RailWorks’ Glenn Hartrick inspires with his “windshield” view

When Glenn Hartrick joined RailWorks – North America’s leading track and transit system experts – in 2010, he immediately convinced his colleagues to enter a team in the annual J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in Central Park. He certainly brought running bona fides, having competed in 175 marathons, triathlons and other distance events in a five-year period, earning Ironman All-World Athlete status and a Runner’s World cover photo.

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Craig Brace
Hartrick Triumphs at Rutgers Unite Half Marathon

Glenn Hartrick's first comeback race is in the books! Since being paralyzed in June 2014 - he was hit by a car while on bike training for an Ironman competition - Hartrick quickly realized he needed to get acclimated to a hand cycle to get back to the sport and races he loves. He did just that on Sunday at the Rutgers Unite Half Marathon, which he finished in under an hour and 15 minutes.

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Craig Brace
Crossing the Finish Line with Whatever It Takes

What can you accomplish in ten months? Maybe you can learn a new language; complete a year of college; and even train for and run a marathon. Ten months is a decent amount of time to accomplish something. For NJ avid runner Glenn Hartrick, 10 months holds an added significance. It marks the time he went from the top of his game -- logging 157 races since 2006, completing several Ironman competitions and even gracing the cover of Runner's World in December 2012 -- to being paralyzed from the waist down.

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Craig Brace