By Bryan Clay
About the Book
This is the story of the most unlikely Olympic decathlete in history. Despite size and stature, Bryan Clay is the defending champion of the 2008 Olympic gold medal and winner of the 2004 silver Olympic medal in the decathlon. His journey is as inspiring as it is gritty, as troubled as it is triumphant. Far more than just a sports memoir, Redemption details the drudgery devastation and ultimate conversion that led Bryan to become a world champion. "God had a plan when I believed that dreams never came true, because in my life they never did," says Bryan. Through a remarkable series of events and devoted prayers of his mother, Bryan's life was turned around into a victorious narrative of truly being redeemed.
About the Author
Bryan Clay counts it an honor and a privilege to coach and inspire children to make wise decisions. He enjoys hunting, fishing, and the beach. He and his wife, Sarah, have three children.
Joel Kilpatrick is an award-winning journalist, author, and humorist. He lives in southern California with his wife and five children.
I think that this book can be an inspiration for anyone having a hard time in their life. Looking through what Bryan Clay achieved (the impossible) and seeing how he got there is a real eye opener for anyone, and is very motivational.