Razorback track all-star and double amputee appears on the Ellen show

LOS ANGELES — Hunter Woodhall, a junior track athlete at the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville made an appearance on the Ellen Show after going viral on TikTok.

Woodhall was the first double amputee to earn an NCAA Division I scholarship when he made his debut in Fayetteville, where he has earned First-Team All-American honors at the NCAA Outdoor Championships two years in a row.

Also a Paralympian, Woodhall shared his story on the popular social video app TikTok of being born with a rare condition that led to the amputation of both of his legs. The video has since reached over six-million views and counting.

He spoke about what motivates him to pursue track and the power in embracing what makes people different.

Then, Ellen and Woodhall recorded a TikTok together, where the talk show host surprised him with $20,000 towards his Paralympics dreams, courtesy of Shutterfly.

To watch Woodhall’s interview, click here.

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