Weekend Watch: In Constant Motion

One of the top mountain athletes in the world wound up in the hospital with a long road of recovery ahead after a near-fatal fall.
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Ultra runner Adam Campbell’s life revolved around motion until he almost died during a traverse on August 30, 2016, through Roger's Pass in British Columbia. His mantra has been this: "If you’re not moving, you’re dead." Presented by Arc'teryx and directed by Cam Sylvester, In Constant Motion tells his story of recovery in 14 minutes.

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