Kathryn Interviewed gymnast Aly Raisman live on Dec. 3rd at University at Albany
Episode #4904
May 16th, 2018
After starting a family and flourishing in his career, Tim Hague was struck by misfortune. The irritating tremor in his foot turned out to be early onset Parkinson's disease. He was only 46 years old. But what seemed to be an end became a new beginning. Just three years later, Hague won the inaugural The Amazing Race Canada (with his son, Tim Jr., as his teammate). Orphaned by a teen mother his remarkable life story shows that perseverance is not just a matter of willpower: it's a skill that can be learned and honed. Hague, a public speaker and educator, has dedicated his life to educating and helping others through his charitable work.
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