May 16, 2018
A day before the Hawaii Ironman World Championship, Tim Don was hit by a vehicle, breaking his C2 vertebrae...an injury known as the hangman's fracture.
His only option for continuing his athletic career was to wear a halo, something he compares to a "medieval torture device". One look at it and you'd agree. 5 titanium screws were forced into his skull, severely limiting his movement so his neck could heal.
Six months later, he completed the 2018 Boston Marathon in under 2:50.
After such a traumatic injury, how did Tim manage to get back on his feet so quickly? We dive into the determined, strong-willed, and astute mindset of one of the world's greatest triathletes.
In this discussion, you'll discover:
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