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Mark Crear's Autobiography entitled - Why My Silver is Gold is a powerful and inspirational story of a two-time Olympian who won the 1996 Olympic Silver Medal with a Broken Arm and the 2000 Olympic Bronze Medal with a Double Hernia.

Mark Crear's Autobiography entitled - Why My Silver is Gold is a powerful and inspirational story of a two-time Olympian who won the 1996 Olympic Silver Medal with a Broken Arm and the 2000 Olympic Bronze Medal with a Double Hernia. Why My Silver is Gold is about overcoming the inevitable hurdles that we face throughout life. His in-depth story will tug at the very strings of your emotions as he takes you through his life of abuse, abandonment, rejection and disappointments.

Why My Silver is Gold is a powerful and inspirational story of a Two-time Olympian who won the 1996 Olympic Silver Medal with a Broken Arm and the 2000 Olympic Bronze Medal with a Double Hernia. Why My Silver is Gold is about overcoming the inevitable hurdles that we face throughout life

Mark Crear is a two-time Olympic medalist, counselor, trainer, speaker, and ordained minister. Scaling high hurdles and jumping through life s hoops are second nature to Dr. Crear

Mark Crear is a two-time Olympic medalist, counselor, trainer, speaker, and ordained minister. Crear. His unique way of drawing on his Olympic experience helps him illustrate how to overcome obstacles and stay in the zone. His audience describes his speaking as encouraging, motivating, educational, and relevant. Mark lives in Northridge, California.

His in-depth story will tug at the very strings of your emotions as he takes you thr %Why My Silver is Gold is a powerful and inspirational story of a Two-time Olympian who won the 1996 Olympic Silver Medal with a Broken Arm and the 2000 Olympic Bronze Medal with a Double Hernia. His in-depth story will tug at the very strings of your emotions as he takes you through his life of abuse, abandonment, rejection, disappointments and forgiveness.

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Why My Silver is Gold: Autobiography of Mark Crear Mark Crear's Autobiography entitled - Why My Silver is Gold is a powerful and inspirational story of a two-time Olympian who won the 1996 Olympic Silver Medal with a Broken Arm and the 2000 Olympic Bronze Medal with a Double Hernia. Why My Silver is Gold. ENG.

Why My Silver is Gold: Autobiography of Mark Crear: ISBN 9781438970899 (978-1-4389-7089-9) Hardcover, AuthorHouse, 2009. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.

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Mark James Crear (born October 2, 1968) is a double Olympic medalist in the 110 m hurdles from the United States. In 1996 he was second behind Allen Johnson. Four years later he came in third behind Anier Garcia and silver medalist Terrence Trammell. Mark's personal best was 1. 8 seconds.

Mark Crear's Autobiography entitled - Why My Silver is Gold is a powerful and inspirational story of a two-time Olympian who won the 1996 Olympic Silver Medal with a Broken Arm and the 2000 Olympic Bronze Medal with a Double Hernia. Why My Silver is Gold is about overcoming the inevitable hurdles that we face throughout life. His in-depth story will tug at the very strings of your emotions as he takes you through his life of abuse, abandonment, rejection and disappointments. So, lace up your spikes...Get set...Go...get this must read autobiography and step into the shoes of Mark Crear as he guides you through his life journey of ups, downs, defeats - to the victory of standing on the podium at the Summer Olympic Games.
Why My Silver is Gold: Autobiography of Mark Crear download epub
Leaders & Notable People
Author: PhD,Mark Crear
ISBN: 1438970897
Category: Biographies & Memoris
Subcategory: Leaders & Notable People
Language: English
Publisher: AuthorHouse; Revised ed. edition (May 5, 2009)
Pages: 120 pages