The Adrenaline Junkie and You

Fromatz, Samuel
September 2001
Inc.;Sep2001, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p64
Features athlete and adventurer Ian Adamson, who won the Eco-Challenge in Borneo and founder of Adamson and Colorado Adventure Training. Difficulties faced by Adamson and his team during the Eco-Challenge competition; Information on Adamson's career; Reason military teams do not win in adventure races.


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