Im Dong Hyun of Korea (Paul Gilham/Getty Images)
LONDON (AP) - A legally blind archer has helped South Korea set the first world records of the Olympics.
Im Dong-hyun broke the 72-arrow mark with 699 points in men's archery.
He also took part in the team shoot Friday, teaming with Kim Bub-min and Oh Jin-hyek. They broke the world record, scoring 2,087 points with 216 arrows.