Canadian Running editor Michael Doyle, speaking from Los Angeles, web editor Sinead Mulhern and staff writer Tim Huebsch chat with Adam Campbell in the latest episode of the Shakeout Podcast. Campbell is coming off a finish at the Hardrock 100, one of the toughest 100-mile races in the United States, after a near-fatal climbing accident last August.
In this must-listen episode, Campbell discusses the accident that nearly took his life in the Selkirk Mountains in British Columbia, his recovery and everything to know from his 2017 Hardrock 100. In case you’re curious, he finished 31st overall in 33:17:57.
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I am still coming to terms with the last 48-hours, thank you to my incredible crew (Aaron Heidt, @nicksethelson @thatdakotajones @am.madden @irving_matthew & @nomadikmotion) for your company, patience and support on the course; thank you and congratulations to every Hardrocker out there, you are a truly special breed of runner. Your solidarity, support, love, words and energy gave me strength when I didn't think I had anything left; to the volunteers, you are the unsung heroes of an event and we wouldn't be able to have races without you. Thank you for giving up your weekends to help us chase our dreams; to the organizing committee, thank you for maintaining the soul and integrity of Hardrock and for all of your work organizing this monumental and iconic run; to all the spectators, photographers and people on the trail, thank you for your words, high fives, hugs and back pats, you truly are Trail angels; to my support network, sponsors, work colleagues and friends back home, thank you for helping me get back on my feet and for the incredible times, laughs, shared tears and memories; to my family, especially @laurakos thank you for your unconditional ❤️I owe everything to you. Thank you all for helping me set wild and ambitious goals and chase my dreams. Love and thanks to you all 📸by @fmarmsaterphoto
— iRunFar (@iRunFar) July 15, 2017