The media calls Croix Sather the “Marathon Man” because in just two years, he went from a non-runner to a 2x World Record Champion. In 2011, he ran the 2,621-mile Run Across America in just 100 days and then he broke the world
record running unassisted, nonstop 146 miles though Death Valley, CA.
However, to do this Croix had to overcome seemingly insurmountable odds. At fourteen years old he was hit head-on by a drunk driver while riding his bicycle. The neurosurgeon said, “If he survives the night, he will be a vegetable for the rest of his life.” He was in a coma for four days, in casts and rehabilitation for a year, and suffered problematic effects lasting many years. After the accident, life was a cycle of ups-and-downs until he learned the tools and strategies he teaches today.
Croix is an internationally celebrated author and inspirational speaker in the field of personal and business transformation and the psychology of success. He has authored four books, hosted a radio show, and has appeared on TEDx twice, and in hundreds of television, radio and newspaper articles.