Inner Vision

Inner Vision

The Story Of The World's Greatest Blind Athlete

eBook - 1998
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Craig MacFarlane is undoubtedly the World's Greatest Blind Athlete. The question, as always in Craig's life: Why limit him with the word "blind?"

Inner Vision begins with Craig being blinded in an accident at age 2. It goes through his becoming a champion sprinter, internationally acclaimed wrestler, downhill skier and as a regular in the water skiing spectacular at world famous Cypress Gardens. He's shot a 91 in golf. "I've always said my playing golf blows the theory of keeping your eye on the ball", he says. Craig now makes over 200 appearances a year-everything from children in a classroom setting to 3-time speaker at the Republican National Convention.

Treating his blindness as "just a minor inconvenience", as he calls it, MacFarlane set a world's speed record for a blind person in downhill skiing, participated in the famous Cypress Gardens, Florida, water skiing show and has won more than 100 medals in eight different countries as a champion wrestler.

Publisher: Lenexa, Kan. : Addax Pub. Group, 1998.
ISBN: 9780585223629
Characteristics: 255 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Twyman, Gib
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