Too tall, too short, too big: Athletes breaking body stereotypes

How can athletes excel despite having an atypical body for their sport? Kevin Alschuler, a psychologist at the University of Washington School of Medicine, has worked with sports teams and conducted sports-related research on pain, discomfort and adaptation to extreme physical distress. He believes that athletes with atypical body types who succeed at elite levels do so because they have optimized everything else.