Time is guaranteed to no person. It's sad how many of us take our health or relationships for granted, without considering the cold harsh truth: we could die at any time. In this episode, Grant Lottering was given a second chance, and with that second chance, he's made the best of it.
Since the age of 12, Grant Lottering had a passion for cycling and would eventually start racing as a professional at 21.
On July 21, 2013, as Grant prepared for the World Championship in Trento, Italy, he crashed. Grant’s accident was so severe that as he lay on the mountain road, he resigned himself to the reality that he would die – yet he lived. The doctors told him that he survived death, and in the hospital, Grant received a vision of a blank page, a message from God saying, “you’ve got a new story to tell.” Grant would then do the impossible by conquering the French Alps in under 50 hours, the French Pyrenees in less than 72 hours and the entire length of South Africa, despite having undergone 11 surgeries, including emergency cancer surgery. As an international motivational speaker and Laureus Sport for Good Ambassador, Grant’s commitment to God has taken his story to over 11 countries and 40 million people.