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The Fastest Man in the World: Tony Volpentest

  • Broadcast in Self Help
Nancy Brook

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Do you have a dream that you think is impossible to achieve because of the things that limit you and hold you back? It is not really impossible to achieve any goal if you just set your heart, body, and mind to it. Take the example Tony Volpentest. If you see him on the street, you probably wouldn’t think that he can be the fastest man in the world. He was born with no hands and feet, but he can run as fast as the wind, and he has Olympic medals and world records to prove it.

Tony Volpentest is the author of The Fastest Man in the World. Here he shares how he was able to go beyond his physical limitations to achieve his goal of running in the Olympics and becoming a four-time Paralympic Gold Medalist and five-time World Champion in the sprint distances. That is not all. Tony is nominated to be in the Olympic Hall of Fame Class 2012.

Tony’s advice is simple: “If you can dream it, you can achieve it.” With dedication, desire, and self-discipline, you can be whoever you want to be. Learn more about Tony’s story from his website