Twenty-four hours previously, I was navigating my way through ridiculously rocky terrain, in the dark, with bleeding feet, oozing cuts, and an overwhelming feeling of fatigue. I was 17 hours and 30 miles into the race, and my footwear had become pretty much nonexistent. When I could run, I looked more like an extra for the Walking Dead, stumbling after warm blood, than I did an endurance athlete.
— Christian Griffith

A 3-Time Fuego y Agua Nicaragua 100k Finisher, Ultra Junkie and Co-Founder of Obstacle Racing Media, Christian Griffith is no stranger to punishment. However, he took things a bit further when he competed in Survival Run: Hunter Gatherer 2013.