By Sara Malm for MailOnline. Despite only being 4ft5in, Jahmani Swanson plays basketball better than many athletes several feet taller. The year-old from New York, has not let his short stature stand in his way of fulfilling his dream of playing professional basketball. Jahmani Swanson, who was born with a form of dwarfism, plays pro-league with a team of dwarfs, but has not problem taking on players almost twice his size. Big player: Jahmani Swanson, who is just 4ft5in, takes on one of his friends on the court in New York. Jahmani, who has been dubbed the 'Michael Jordan of dwarf basketball', astounds crowds and opponents with his strength, speed and scoring record. He plays for the New York Towers, a team comprised entirely of individuals with short stature, and has amassed a legion of fans on Instagram. It's been something I've been facing since I was one or two years old.
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Welcome to DAAA! The Dwarf Athletic Association of America is a nonprofit organization created in to develop, promote, and provide quality amateur level athletic competition opportunities for dwarf athletes in the United States. DAAA is a self-sustaining organization that models fair competition and competitive excellence. Whether recreational, developmental or elite competitions, DAAA provides the context for each athlete's potential to be taken seriously and provides an opportunity for each athlete to be their best. You will find information about athletic events, competition records, contacts and more information about dwarfism, sports resources, and how you can participate with and support our athletes and our organization.
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