What is Zion Clark doing?

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asked Nov 19, 2021 in Celebrities by pompamompa (740 points)
What is Zion Clark doing?

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answered Nov 19, 2021 by Varticusfarticus (3,530 points)

Zion Clark is still wrestling today and is also a business management student.

Zion Clark does still wrestle today.

Zion Clark grew up in foster care and was bullied, beaten, and underfed, he told Insider.

Zion Clark is now a successful wrestler and world record holding athlete.

Zion Clark is an African-American wrestler and a university student without legs.

Clark the wrestler is also currently a Business Management student at Kent State University in Tuscarawas, New Philadelphia.

He wrestles for the school's wrestling team, plays the drums at church and video games at home with his best friend.

Zion Clark the wrestler without legs did not pass away or die.

There was another black guy who was 20 years old named Zion Clark who did pass away but it's not the same Zion Clark the wrestler.

The Zion Clark the wrestler is still alive today.

The way Zion Clark pees is through a tube that is inserted into his bladder and then the pee goes into a collection bag.

Zion Clark is an amateur wrestler and track star born without legs due to a condition called Caudal Regression Syndrome.

Zion Clark pees through a tube that is inserted through the lower body into the bladder and then his urine drains through the tube into a collection bag.

However since Zion Clark is only missing his legs he likely can pee or poop normally but uses the tube or other collection bag for pee or poop to make it easier.

How does a person with no legs go to the bathroom?

If they are wearing the prosthetic, then they go to the bathroom the same as a person with two flesh and bone legs would.

If they are wearing the prosthetic, then they go to the bathroom the same as a person with two flesh and bone legs would.

They walk in, pull their pants down, and use the toilet.

Zion Clark was born on September 29, 1997 in Columbus, OH.

Due to his condition (Caudal Regression Syndrome...born with no legs), and his birth mother's inability to care for him, Zion was immediately thrust into the foster care system. 

Thus, his journey to find a permanent home and a someone to call "mom" began.

Over the course of the next 16 years Zion moved numerous times and found himself in a variety of circumstances and environments...many of them unfavorable.

There were situations when Zion was mentally abused, physically bullied, and underfed...but he remained optimistic (faith in God).  

Being physically different from others didn't help, but Zion used a positive mindset, gracious demeanor, and diligent study habits to make friends and excel academically.  

Zion was introduced to the sport of wrestling while in elementary school, but initially didn't fare very well...in fact, he didn't win a match for several years.

Upon entering Massillon High School, Zion Clark met Coach Gil Donahue who recognized his passion for the sport and relentless work ethic.

A wonderful friendship and bond was forged.

Over the next 3 years Zion improved his wrestling technique and hit the weight room like a man possessed.

An amazing transformation followed!

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