Former Massillon Tiger wrestler Zion Clark will be featured on Tuesday night's episode of "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" on HBO.
The show airs originally at 10 p.m. on HBO. It will be available to stream on Max, which is what HBO Max is transitioning to be called on Tuesday.
The segment goes over the life of Clark, the 2016 Washington High School graduate who was born with no lower body due to a condition called caudal regression syndrome. Despite the condition, while in high school, he won a pair of state track and field championships in the seated division, advanced within two wins of the state wrestling tournament and was a member of the Tiger Swing Band.
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Since graduating, Clark has gained a national profile through his continued accomplishments, including a Netflix documentary and an MMA career. He set the Guinness Book of World Records mark for fastest human on two hands in a 20-meter run (4.78 seconds) in 2021.
Clark, who later wrestled at Kent State University's Tuscarawas campus, also published a book, "Zion Unmatched," aimed at younger readers. The book features a photo essay of Clark training to participate in the Paralympic Games, as well as family photos of his early life and athletic career in Massillon.
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This article originally appeared on The Independent: Massillon's Zion Clark to be on HBO's 'Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel'