While some people might think that catching a ball isn’t a very big deal, it certainly was for Kate Grey.

In a heartwarming video published by Open Bionics, a groundbreaking startup dedicated to creating affordable and efficient bionic limbs for amputees, the Paralympic swimmer can be seen testing out a new 3D-printed bionic arm that she had put on only moments before.

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Grey, who lost her hand to a sausage machine when she was 2 years old, says that she has never been able to catch anything with her left arm before.

The athlete then tosses the ball into the air with her righter arm and manages to catch it with the 3D-printed limb – and she is exuberant.

(WATCH the video below)

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