Justine Clark, has made history as the first contestant in a wheelchair to compete in the Miss World Australia pageant’s South Australian state final in Adelaide.
When the world seems over for a handicapped model, her positive outlook on life made her turn her situation around and still fight to achieve her goals. For people like Justine Clark, the sky is the limit.
For this year’s Miss Australia pageant, Justin who is bound to a wheel chair participated in the contest. The 26-year-old model made history as the first contestant to compete in the Miss World Australia pageant in a wheelchair.
The 26-year-old model, didn’t win the competition but her participation is laudable and has everyone wishing that her dreams will be achieved one day.
According to Gist Market sources, there is a possibility for her to still climb the national stage if she forges on with Beauty with a Purpose campaign, which raises money for local charities.
Justine Clarke has been in a wheelchair for two years but didn’t open up about the incident that led to her disability but has a strong conviction to be a role model and empower young women.
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