JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- After the Olympics are over, the competition doesn't end there.
Some of the best athletes in the world are headed to London right now to compete in the Paralympics and one of them is from right here in Jacksnonville.
Jerry Shields, 57, is an archer who uses his teeth to shoot his bow. He practices five hours a day, six days a week.
He is one of seven archers representing TEAM USA representing team USA at the Paralympics in London.
After a major stroke 16 years ago and three years of physical therapy, Shields is representing team USA in the archery competition at the Paralympics in London.
Shields relies on the strength of only his left arm and mouth to pull back the 45-pound maximum draw-weight on his bow.
Prior to the stroke, Shields was a crew chief for the Army National Guard and an operation manager for a trucking company.