Wheelchair-Bound Superman Soars to Great Heights on ‘Australia’s Got Talent’ SHARE: Tweet The title of show doesn’t lie: This dude’s got serious talent. Paul Nunnari is a former Paralympic athlete who bills himself as “The Other Superman.” Clad in the iconic Man of Steel get-up, watch the wheelchair-bound Nunnari shimmy straight up a giant ribbon high above the stage using only his upper body to perform a spin routine that had every judge and audience member on the edge of their seats. Insane. There’s probably a Christopher Reeve joke here, if you want to be a heartless jerk about it. We’re taking the day off from that role. SEE ALSO: • Watch This Mind-Blowing Table Tennis Shot at the Paralympics • India’s Got Talent: Craziest Act You’ll See This Week Nunnari’s story is pretty amazing. More from News.com.au: Nunnari was hit by a car at the age of 11 but he hasn’t let that accident stop him. He competed in wheelchair athletics events in three Paralympic Games – Atlanta, Sydney and Athens. He won a silver medal at the 2000 Sydney Games in the men’s 4 x 100m relay T54 event. Nunnari turned to the sky in November 2011 after seeing his sister Carmelina, an aerialist, in action. Nunnari got inspired, saw a challenge and hired Carmelina’s coach Melise Avion to instruct him. Want some more Superman goodness? Watch his highlight reel: MOST RECENT BY Slade Sohmer:Bad Words: Manchild Jason Bateman Forces His Way Into a Kids' Spelling BeeMountain Goats Escape an Avalanche by the Hairs on Their Chinny Chin ChinsU.S. President Shakes Hands With Commie Dictator (Not a Repeat From 1972) Slade Sohmer Slade Sohmer is editor-in-chief of HyperVocal and co-host of SiriusXM's daily "Politics Powered By Twitter" program. Tweet him at @SladeHV.