USA's David Prince, a former drug dealer and dropout, inspired the world by winning bronze in the 400m T44 at London 2012 Paralympic Games.
At 17, Prince dropped out of high school and decided he'd make a living selling drugs. Then he crashed his motorcycle during a street race and his lower right leg was amputated.
Vowing to turn his life around, Prince, changed his ways and has trained to become one of the top Paralympic sprinters in the world.
Now a member of the IMG Academy training stable under the teaching of sprint coach great, Loren Segrave, Prince is addicted to training to be the best win gold in Rio at the 2016 Paralympic games.
On Saturday, April 7th, I have a chance to interview this amazing young man who wants nothing more than to have young people learn from his mistakes as well as his successes. Please tune in and follow the show.
About the Host
John Register is a four-time track and field all-American and graduate of the University of Arkansas. He competed in two Olympic Trials in three different sports. While training for his 3rd Olympic trials as the 8th fastest 400m hurdler in the country, he landed wrong, dislocated his knee, ruptured his artery, and five days later became and amputee. Despite the devastating setback, he hurdled his adversity and won the silver medal in the long jump at the 2000 Paralympic Games in Sydney, Australia and set the American Record in the process.
He now uses his life’s journey to help businesses "Learn SECRETS to Medal Podium Performance! Identify their COMPETITIVE Advantage! Be the CENTER of EXCELLENCE and break into their NEW NORMALS!"
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