Athletes compete in North Dakota Paragames

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BISMARCK, N.D. - More than a dozen athletes from across the Midwest hit the field this weekend for the North Dakota Paragames.

Dreams in Motion held track and field games Saturday at the Sanford Sports Complex in Bismarck. From shot-put and discus to javelin and thirty yard dash. Some athletes even qualified for national competition.

"Kinda leveled the playing field for everyone that, any kid, adult, or anybody that ever had a disability is able to come here and compete," said Dayton Farley, athlete.

Archers with disabilities will be competing at Nishu Bowmen Archery Range as part of the games.