Person of the Week: Tim Howard

U.S. national soccer team goalkeeper uses a childhood diagnosis to inspire others, on and off the field.
1:17 | 06/20/14

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I have all of them 35 so in in the game of football that's. Nearly ancient but as a goalkeeper a pelican LaMont pride. I'm young at heart so. My kids keep me on him and then lively. It's it's good because we have some young kids on the team so -- -- -- on -- -- Millwood goes after. Correctly. Keep demonstrating now so most of the time -- listen. They're being diagnosed with CS. You know age 91011 whenever it was back then. You know executed it didn't it didn't affect me terribly ill in terms of in terms of the diagnosis it was it affected my life because it was -- it was a physical change going on but. -- just that a great upbringing with some tremendous friends -- Who like me because I was good sports and because we we -- -- hanging out you know and have never had. Had anybody you know I was on my friends you know turn their back on me because of -- you know it's. It's been a positive for me. It's -- more resilient it's -- -- it's allowed me to. Kind of persevered through through some tough times. On and off the field.

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