THIS IS EPISODE 337 OF THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
Brad Hurtig was a student-athlete in a small town in Northwest Ohio. Only days after finishing his sophomore year of high school, a devastating accident resulted in the amputation of both of his hands.
Through hard work and determination, Hurtig soon rejoined his high school football team. In his senior year, he led his team defense, recording 111 tackles and receiving all-state honors — all while playing with no hands.
Hurtig’s inspirational story of triumph quickly captured national headlines. Now, he is taking his life-changing message to students across the nation.
On this episode of the podcast, Hurtig shares his incredible story of having both of his hands amputated, how Christ has helped guide him, what “if you’re thirsty, you’ll find a way” means to him in his life, and why he’s so passionate about sharing his story to help others.
I had a great time at Clear Fork HS today. I wish I had a picture to show it but a dude totally crushed his water bottle during the water bottle challenge with a flying elbow drop. It was AMAZING. It blew the cap off and doused the first couple of rows 😯 #FindAWay 📷: @jon316__ pic.twitter.com/zdfp1SO3pM
— Brad Hurtig (@TheBradHurtig) April 25, 2019
– NEW PODCAST: Steven Elliott – Author of ‘War Story,’ Former Army Ranger
– NEW PODCAST: David Pollack, ESPN College Football Analyst
– NEW PODCAST: Johnny Quinn, Former U.S. Olympic Bobsledder, Author/Speaker
– NEW PODCAST: Mark Schlereth, 3-time Super Bowl Champion