– I don't have any recollection. The doctors said that my heart stopped and practically died.
This comment Kemoy Campbell the BBC World Service.
Campbell, 28, collapsed in February the track between 3,000-meter competition.
When I woke up in the hospital on Monday (two days after the race), I don't know where I was or how I had got there.
Campbell spent in the hospital in the end of 17 days. He underwent numerous tests and was installed in the ICD-pacemaker.
I think I should go back to the track. The doctor says I should take it easy, take additional tests, and only then start with easy return, Campbell told the BBC.
– If I can't do it, my career is over.