Whitney Foster has found a fit with the Manual bowling team. 

The 17-year-old senior bowls despite being born with Arthrogryposis, a congenital disorder marked by lack of muscle and tendon development.  She has very limited use of her hands and fingers and cannot straighten her arms.

Foster has defied the odds, using her unique style to improve from an average in the 60's a couple of years ago to an average of 145 this year.  She has inspired others with her performances along the way and has used her increased confidence from the bowling alley to expand her horizons in life.

In striving for the ordinary, Foster has become extraordinary.  Enjoy her story.