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An inspiring story of beating the odds and learning to overcome--no matter what life hands you.
Born in Texas, raised in Kansas, TIM HAGUE SR. is a public speaker, educator, and advocate for people suffering from Parkinson's disease. At just 46 years old, Hague was diagnosed with young onset Parkinson's disease, which soon ended his career as a registered nurse and health care professional. Three years later he went on to win the inaugural season of The Amazing Race Canada, making him an instant celebrity. Hague has since become a sought-after speaker and has dedicated his life to educating and helping others through his charitable work.
"What a great read for anyone curious about the stories behind The
Amazing Race--and what an insightful look into what it means to
persevere. Tim Hague Sr. has proven what's possible when you refuse
to be sidelined by your limitations." --Jon Montgomery, host of The
Amazing Race Canada "Engaging and inspiring, Tim's well told
journey touches on a full range of human emotion and experiences
and you cannot help but be motivated by his infectious attitude and
--Davis Phinney, former professional road bicycle racer and founder of the Davis Phinney Foundation "Tim writes earnestly about compassion and resilience and rightly elevates vulnerability as an avenue to self-discovery and healing. His approachable and hopeful book helps us to embrace whatever challenge. We at Parkinson Canada applaud Tim's courage and are here to help all Canadians on their journey."
--Judi Richardson, Chair Parkinson Canada "Tim Hague has a truly amazing story to tell. Audiences will be inspired by a life well lived."
--John Brunton, Chairman & CEO Insight Production Company Ltd., Executive Producer of The Amazing Race Canada