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Hunter Woodhall was born with a rare bone condition that caused him to have both legs amputated before he was one year old.

But that never held him back from pursuing his dreams. In the sixth grade, he began to run with specially designed blades.

"When I started running, it was amazing," Hunter told "Fox & Friends."

"It was a feeling that I had never felt before. When I started I wasn't really the best but there was still something inside that was amazing for me."

Now, the high school junior has just returned from the IPC Athletics World Championships in Qatar after earning a silver medal in the men’s 400m and a bronze in the 200m.

The 16-year-old is setting his sights on the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio.

He said that qualifying for the U.S. team to Rio would be an amazing way to pay tribute to all the people who've supported him since he was born.

Watch the full interview above.

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