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Introduction for inspirational speaker John Tartaglio

Long biography:

Professional motivational speaker John Tartaglio inspires and empowers people with his positive attitude and courage. He is a published author, Ted Talk closing keynote speaker, and consultant. John’s story has been featured in various news outlets including The Oprah Winfrey Show and The Sean Hannity Show.

In 2004, John was 17 years old and diagnosed with a rare bacterial infection that only affected 35 people in medical history. To save his life, doctors had no choice but to amputate his legs and left bicep over the span of one night. John survived while only given a 20% chance to live. He went from being told he would never walk again to the first and only person in history to run a marathon without legs.

Through rigorous workouts John is able to compete in triathlons, road races, and cycling events. John is a cum laude graduate of Fairfield University. During that time, John also became the first person in history to run and complete a 5k and 10k road race without legs. After graduating college, John ran the 26.2 mile New York City marathon.

John’s background is in sales and consulting through strategy driven data analysis for a global company. John is an MBA graduate from the University of Connecticut. He still competes in various triathlons, cycling events, and running events to show that “How far you fall doesn’t determine who you are, it’s how hard you work to get back up.”

Short biography:

In 2004, John was 17 years old and diagnosed with a rare bacterial infection that only affected 35 people in medical history. To save his life doctors had no choice but to amputate his legs and left bicep that night. John survived while only given a 20% chance to live. He went from being told he would never walk again to becoming the first and only person in history to run a marathon without legs.