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Ken Glah, the super man who gets his classification for the Ironman of Hawaii by 35 consecutive time

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Ken was involved in what was surely the most rushed ending competition in IRONMAN history

The last weekend, Ken Glah 53-year-old returned to compete in IRONMAN New Zealand in what was his 21st participation, winning in his category with almost 23 minutes of advantage finishing the test in a time of 10:11:46. Thanks to this result it has achieved its 35th consecutive classification to compete in the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii

Ken is one of the Original pros of the Ironman, where he has won several tests at a professional level (Brazil three times, New Zealand twice, Canada) and where he was involved in what was surely the competition with the Closest end in IRONMAN history. It was in the year 1990 - ironically, also in IRONMAN New Zealand, where he finished second behind the Finn Pauli Kiuri

He also stood out at the IRONMAN World Championship in Kona, finishing in the top 10 a total of 10 times between 1986 and 2000, with a best of third in 1988. With a best time of 8:24:01 in 1993, finishing fourth this year.

Also in this test we could see how Cameron Brown climbed the podium for the twentieth consecutive time

Information and photo via tri247.com

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