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Sam Clear

Adventurer   |   Speaker   |   Producer |   Author      

AN INTERVIEW WITH SAM CLEAR (NOV 2012)

BASIC STATS 

Born:                    February 1979, Tasmania

Education:         Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (UTAS)

Residence:         Mt Roland, TAS, and Sydney, NSW

Publications:    walk4oneGarratt Publishing
                                The Road to Adolfo, Transverb Studios

Employment:   Speaker, Author & Producer

Height:                196cm

Boot Size:           15 (US) / 50 (EU) 

Sports:                AFL Reserves (Western Bulldogs & Collingwood)
                               TAS cricket team for Gillette Cup
                               TAS u/14 Basketball team
                               Runner in Three Peaks endurance race

Favourite Place: Liffey Falls, Tasmania

Who are your heros:  St Francis of Assisi, St Leopold Mandic, Dr Scott Hahn, Patrick Madrid, Bl. Teresa of Calcutta, Gary Ablett, Curtley Ambrose

Strangest food you've eaten:  Cow's blood with sugar and sheep guts on rice. In Brazil it's normal...

Favourite Quote:  "Freedom consists not in doing what we like, but in having the right to do what we ought." JPII


THE WALK4ONE 

15,600km on foot through South America, Central America & North America, across Siberia by train, and on foot again from Moscow to the western most point of Spain. The walk4one, for unity, thrust Sam onto the front page of numerous overseas news services as he persevered despite exceptional adversity.

Having to find food & water every day was the least of his worries: he was threatened at gun point three times, robbed at knife point, beaten up on the side of the road, came face to face with dangerous animals, was hospitalised many times and endured extreme temperatures.

Sam has now presented the lessons from this epic adventure in over 700 businesses and high schools around Australia, New Zealand the United States. His tale is one of extraordinary courage, challenges and love in action under incredible circumstances.

 

 
A carefree childhood out on Flinders Island

A carefree childhood out on Flinders Island

St Patrick's College, Launceston - 12 years old

St Patrick's College, Launceston - 12 years old

Portrait taken mid-walk by a Polish photographer

Portrait taken mid-walk by a Polish photographer

Enjoying the Dead Sea mud while on pilgrimage

Enjoying the Dead Sea mud while on pilgrimage

Engaging a Salvation Army conference in Sydney, NSW

Engaging a Salvation Army conference in Sydney, NSW