Todd Huston is the World’s Only Disabled Athlete to Hold a World-Record in an Able-Bodied Sport. His story of achievement through adversity blows audiences away! When his legs got caught in the propeller of a boat at age 14, his life was almost ended. He battled to keep his legs with numerous surgeries, but eventuallyread the rest
Todd Huston is The World’s Only Disabled Athlete to Hold a World Record in an Able-Bodied Sport: Mountain Climbing His Story Inspires and Shows How to Overcome Any Challenge!Todd’s Story:Todd Huston has overcome incredible challenges.When his legs got caught in the propeller of a boat at age 14, his life was almost ended. He died twice, but was revived both times. He battled to keep his legs with numerous surgeries, but eventually had one leg amputated.Then, Todd did the unimaginable: he set a world record by climbing the highest elevations in all 50 states with ONLY one leg in one of the most extreme and dangerous sports that exists (mountain climbing). Today, he is the only disabled athlete to hold a world record in an able-bodied sport.Life is full of challenges. When faced with such difficulties in life, each person has to decide how they will embrace and overcome their own challenges, but it is important for people to remember that they are not alone. Todd has been speaking to audiences around the world for 15 years. His inspirational talk, which includes humor, insight, courage and hope will serve as a catalyst for overcoming life challenges.
Todd’s message is so powerful, he has been:
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Todd was selected as one of the 10 Outstanding Young Americans by the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce (Other inductees over the years include: John F. Kennedy, Elvis Presley, Howard Hughes, Chuck Yeager, Gerald Ford, Peyton Manning, and many more)Selected as an Energizer Hall of Fame Top 10 Finalist (An international award given by the Global Energizer Corporation to the individuals most noted for Going and Going and Going) Co-Author of the book: More Than Mountains: The Todd Huston Story.read less