Independence, Missouri (PressExposure) March 14, 2012 -- The catalyst for Tim's new book and speaking ministry was a memorable 50 yd freestyle swim in just 43 seconds at the Kansas City Corporate Challenge. His time just happened to beat 165 able bodied swimmers and was only 4 seconds slower than Shaquille O'Neal when he took on Michael Phelps.
Tim Clark's other achievements include wrestling varsity in high school, running a 10k on his knees in under 1.5 hours, and becoming a table tennis champion. He placed second in the United States for the Standing Disabled Doubles Table Tennis National Championship in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tim has made four local television appearances and was recently featured as a Kansas City "Hometown Hero" on Time Warner Cable's Metro Sports. Check out his youtube channel timclarkinspires.
Tim Clark has also launched his new book named 'With God All Things Are Possible.' This book speaks about a triple amputee athlete whose achievements are remarkable by any standard. With several disabilities, he did not let any weakness come in his way of achieving whatever he wanted. His attitude reflects something that will definitely inspire a lot of people around the world. Tim has also become a keynote speaker who speaks about his trust and faith in God.
Tim Clark's book, With God All Things Are Possible is one of the best reads for individuals seeking motivation to move ahead in life. The book of the renowned keynote disabled speaker also includes inspirational quotes from some of the most popular figures from around the world. Purchasing this book will definitely motivate readers to achieve all the different goals in life. Individuals can be assured that this investment in book will not be regretted. By visiting http://www.timclarkinspires.com over the internet, this book can be purchased easily. It is a must read for people who require inspiration to move ahead in life. Find more information about http://www.timclarkinspires.com by contacting Tim at email@example.com.
Tim Clark is author of this article on triple amputee athlete.