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Eric LeMarque is one of the most famous survivors in history and seeks to share his experiences to inspire others to make the best choices in life. He is an international best-selling author, inspirational speaker, entrepreneur, volunteer, and former Olympic and professional ice hockey player.
During his struggle on the mountains without food and escaping wild animals, he overcame his methamphetamine addiction and found inner strength to fight for his life. In the end, Eric was blessed with a second chance, but something was taken from him forever. The former professional athlete and avid sports enthusiast had lost both of his legs to frostbite. Despite this painful episode, he has re-learned to walk and snowboard with prosthetics.
His incredible world record survival story of perseverance and faith is shared in the books “Crystal Clear” and “6-Below”, which inspired a movie of the same name. Release in the United States in October 2017 and later in eight other countries, “6 Below, Miracle on The Mountain” stars Josh Hartnett and Mira Sorvino. Eric has appeared on hundreds of national news and network programs, and has been quoted in thousands of publications worldwide.
Theoren Fleury is a former NHL All-Star, Stanley Cup winner and Olympic Gold Medalist that has played for internationally known teams such as the Calgary Flames, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, and Colorado Avalanche. Fleury is a two-time best selling author of Playing with Fire and Conversations with a Rattlesnake.
While Theo does enjoy his hockey memories and accolades, he feels
honored and blessed in what he does today. His mission statement is to help as many people get to where they want to go. He loves people, their stories and their journeys.
Over the years, Theo has been awarded:
• The Canadian Humanitarian Award.
• The Queen’s Jubilee Medallion.
• Honorary Chief and recipient of the Aboriginal Indspire Award.
• An honorary doctorate from the University of Guelph-Humber for outstanding contributions to the Mental Health of Canadians.
• A second honorary doctorate from Brandon University in recognition for his contributions combating child sexual abuse and for his outstanding efforts to promote healing and recovery.