Brent Worrall is a multiple trauma and brain injury survivor, avid sports enthusiast, and former top-level motocross racer and hockey player. He collected many colourful achievements in his younger years, including being nominated for his hometown’s athlete of the year, along with finishing tenth in the world motocross championship for his age group. He spent many dark years in places that he is not proud of and credits many of his painful life lessons to his current resolve. He hosted the Canadian Moto Show for four years while reinventing his life following his spinal cord injuries. Throughout this process, he also maintained a position as a senior writer at Motocross Performance Magazine.
In 2017, he shut down everything to write his book, Motocross Saved My Life, as a final gift to the motocross community. He currently devotes his life to a number of causes and activities, all of which are aimed at sharing his love of sports and motocross while also encouraging anyone who is facing adversity that it is never too late to turn your life around and make it count.
He currently lives in Vernon, BC.