Differently abled man creates record for walking fastest 20 m on hands
A video shared by Guinness World Records (GWR) on Instagram showcasing a record created by a differently abled man named Zion Clark has amazed people – and inspired them too. The video showcases Clark creating a record for walking fastest 20 m on hands in 4.78 secs.
“Fastest 20 m walking on hands: 4.78 secs by @big_z_2020, USA,” they wrote while sharing the video. In a comment, on their own post, the organization also shared more about Clark and his goals. “Zion Clark from Ohio, USA was born with Caudal Regression Syndrome. He's a wrestler and wheelchair racer and stars in our new book. Zion's goal is to become the first American athlete to compete in both the @olympics (wrestling) and @paralympics (wheelchair racing) games in 2024,” they wrote.
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The clip, since being shared, has gathered more than 30,000 likes and counting. It has also accumulated appreciative comments from people.
“Mad respect,” wrote an Instagram user. “Wow! The specially gifted one,” expressed another. “It’s fabulous,” posted a third.
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