Fran Trujillo wins UltraKing, the first Ultraman 'non stop' in the world

The test consisted of traveling 515 kilometers in less than 36 hours.  

The tour of an Ultraman is divided into three segments: 10km of swimming, 421km of cycling without drafting with more than 4.000 meters of accumulated altitude to finish with a double marathon 84,4 km of foot race

The test, which has a non-competitive character, It took place in Siberia Extremadura on October 5 and 6, 2018 with 20 participants.


According to the newspaper La Laguna Ahora, Fran Trujillo, was the first to cross the finish line, finishing ahead of the Galician Manuel Dominguez, who was second, and the Jaen José Padilla, third.

"I am very tired but very happy to have achieved this victory and get this award for AMATE. I fought today for 30 hours to win here, but they do it every day the 365 days of the year and they deserve this recognition and many more because they are the real champions, "said Fran Trujillo as soon as he crossed the finish line.

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