If you were to ask Bobby Martin if he has a disability he would boldly say, “No.” Despite the fact that Bobby does not have legs, due to a severe condition of Caudal Regression Syndrome, he continues to tackle life like a six foot tall man with a passion for the game of football. Bobby’s goal oriented attitude is what propelled him to win an ESPY award in 2005 for “Best Male Athlete with a Disability”.
Bobby began his athletic career early in life as a wrestler. He then progressed to football and found he had an advantage over other players. Above average upper body strength coupled with being closer to the field gives Bobby a different perspective, both on and off the field. He has been through some major challenges in life, but he looks at them as goals to conquer.
Season 2. 22 minutes.