Differently abled Zion Clark recently ran 20 meters in 4.78 seconds on his hands, to earn a Guinness record. Without legs, the 23-year-old lionheart previously distinguished himself in high-school by regularly competing against and defeating full-bodied athletes.
As Clark continues training for and enjoying a life accentuated by high achievements, he powerfully demonstrates that success is largely governed by mind-set. By cultivating a champion mind, anyone—including Black folks differently abled—can and do accomplish against tremendous odds. No wonder the message “No Excuses,” is tattooed in large letters across Zion’s back.
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