LONDON—In his first experience taking a death ride known as the Olympic 10,000 metres, Canada’s Cam Levins hung in tough and long with the world’s best distance runners.
“It got to the last couple of miles, and it … just kept getting faster and faster and faster,” said the 23-year-old Levins, of Black Creek, B.C. “And I was kind of like, ‘Okay, when am I just going to blow up and be thrown off the back of this?’ But it never happened, so I was really happy … I just didn’t have the strength to kick. It’ll come.” .... READ MORE
Updated on May 18, 2013, 10:04am