Bowling was a part of Patrick Davis’s life for about 40 years, until a tragedy struck. But he is knocking down the pins once again by defying what others might call a disability. On May 2015, the father of two was taken to hospital after he told his sister that he wasn’t feeling well. After being in a coma for one month, Davis woke up to his wife and received a terrifying news that doctors were going to amputate his arms and legs. He was diagnosed with pneumococcal pneumonia, a disease caused by bacteria infecting the lungs and doctors confirmed Davis had only only percentage chance of survival. However, he defeated all odds with his positive attitude towards life. He started walking on two prosthetic limbs. Then his brother encouraged him to return to his favorite sport – bowling.