Florian Neuschwander breaks the world record for 100 kilometers on the treadmill

Has run at an average 3:51 min / km

Today Florian Neuschwander 39 years old has managed to beat the world record of the 100 kilometers on tape of running by completing the distance in a 6 time: 26: 14, which means running at a pace of 3:51 / km.

He has beaten the mark that the American Mario Mendoza had since June 2020 with 6:39:29

Has run at an average 3:51 min / km

From the beginning it was seen that with the strong rhythm that he was carrying he could beat this record, even slowing down a few kilometers to finish the test with a kilometer at 3:20.

Neuschwander had already set the world record for more than 50 kilometers almost a year ago with 2:57:32 hours in February 2020.

Florian Neuschwander breaks the world record for 100 kilometers on the treadmill ,img_601593c66291e
garmin_beatyesterday / Florian Neuschwander at the end of the 100 km treadmill

Patrick Lange accompanied him from kilometer 60

From kilometer 60, Neuschwander had the support of his friend Patrick Lange, although he did not run but accompanied him on the roller.

As soon as possible, they want to go back to training together with a challenge on the horizon, to do an IRONMAN.

You can see the challenge in the following video

Source: tri-mag

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