Robert Karaś has become world champion in the triple ironman distance – swimming 11.4, cycling 540 km, running 126.6 km (three marathons). He has also set the globe record in the German Lensahn with a result of 30 hours 48 minutes and 57 seconds.
There were 50 participants who took part in the race. The Pole was faster by nearly an hour compared to the old recordholder. In 2017 he set the world record in the double triathlon with a result of 19:44:33.
Before the start, Lensahn Karaś cited the Catalonian long-distance runner, high altitude skier (SC alpinist), mountain cyclist, duathlonist Kilian Jornet Burgada on his Facebook: “The time to suffer has come, the time to fight has come, the time to win has come.”
Robert dedicated his start to the weakest and most needy, encouraging to help charity foundations.