Runners of NYC Podcast: Cameron Garrett Erhardt
Cam Erhardt joins the podcast to cap off Pride Month!
He is an Olympic Marathon Trials hopeful who trains with Brooklyn Track Club. He started running as a 12-year-old in Texas, found his groove in the Texas High School scene before continuing his career as an NCAA Division 1 runner at San Diego. After college, he made the spontaneous decision to move to New York and then abandoned running to join the Crossfit scene. Around the same time, he came out as gay and never been more himself and never been happier. We’re 100 percent certain that his positivity and outlook on life will be contagious. He’s totally personable, outgoing, hardworking and driven in all aspects of his life. We hope you enjoy his running story.
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