Zion Unmatched

August 3, 2021|
Zion Unmatched by Zion Clark
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An extraordinary, deeply inspirational photo essay traces the path of wrestler and wheelchair racer Zion Clark to become the first American man to compete in both the Olympics and Paralympics.

This stunning photographic essay showcases Zion Clark’s ferocious athleticism and undaunted spirit. It features striking, visually arresting images and an approachable and engaging text cowritten by New York Times best-selling journalist James S. Hirsch, including pieces of advice that have motivated Zion toward excellence and passages from Zion himself. The book explores Zion’s journey from a childhood lost in the foster care system to his hard-fought rise as a high school wrestler to his current rigorous training to prepare as an elite athlete on the world stage. Included are a biography and a note from Zion.

This first in a trilogy of books to be written by Zion Clark, subject of an award-winning Netflix short documentary, focuses on his quest for Olympic and Paralympic gold and is publishing in time for the 2021 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic games.
Zion Clark is an elite athlete, motivational speaker, and entrepreneur. He is working to be the first person to ever compete in both the Olympic and Paralympic games in wrestling and wheelchair racing, respectively. Zion Clark lives in Los Angeles, CA.James S. Hirsch is a New York Times best-selling author of several books, including H...
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Title:Zion Unmatched
Format:Picture Books
Product dimensions:32 pages, 10 X 10 X 0.98 in
Shipping dimensions:32 pages, 10 X 10 X 0.98 in
Published:August 3, 2021
Publisher:Candlewick Press
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781536224184

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