In this episode, NCAA and Tennis Hall of Fame athlete Roger Crawford talks with Host Tom Loarie about his remarkable journey in tennis and the wisdom he gained — and now shares with others daily — from achieving what most people thought was impossible. Born without hands, and only two fingers at the end of his left arm and one on his right, with three toes on his right foot and losing his left leg at age five, NO ONE imagined Roger Crawford would become the only person in U.S. history to become a U.S. Professional Tennis Association athlete, compete in a Division 1 College Sport with a disability, become a certified tennis professional, win the prestigious International Tennis Association’s prestigious achievement award and earn awards in tennis at the very highest level, including NCAA Division Hall of Fame and Hall of Fame for People with Disabilities, the last distinction which he shares with fellow honorees such as Christopher Reeves, Helen Keller and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Now he dedicates his career to helping others — you and me — achieve success. Find Show Notes here. Listen below. Sign up for FREE podcasts here–Listen on ANY platform, ANY time, ANYwhere!!