Jonas Deichmann, world-renowned adventurer and extreme athlete, has set himself a new challenge that challenges the limits of human endurance: completing 120 long-distance triathlons in 120 consecutive days.
This challenge, called “120“, will begin on May 9, 2024 and promises to redefine what is considered possible in the world of extreme sports.
The scenario chosen for this challenge is none other than Challenge Roth, the largest long-distance triathlon in the world, which will serve as the halfway point of this odyssey.
Deichmann You will face 3.8 km of swimming, 180 km of cycling and 42 km of running daily, adding up to a total of 456 km of swimming, 21,000 km of cycling and 5,063 km of running at the end of the challenge.
The choice of Challenge Roth is no coincidence.
This event not only represents one of the greatest challenges in the world of triathlon, but also symbolizes the spirit of community and improvement that Deichmann seeks to embody.
"SI will always be an adventurer. With the 'Challenge 120', I want to explore the limits of what is possible, and what better place to do it than at the legendary DATEV Challenge Roth", it states Deichmann.
Supporting Deichmann it has not been long in coming.
The triathlon community, including organizers, athletes and volunteers, has gone out of its way to show their enthusiasm for this challenge. Felix Walchshöfer, race director of Challenge Roth, has expressed his admiration: “Jonas is an absolute inspiration. “We are proud to have chosen Roth to attempt such a record.”
Beyond the physical challenge, Deichmann seeks to inspire and motivate others to overcome their own barriers.
Their project is not only an endurance test, but also a charity initiative that will raise funds for the youth of the Roth firefighters and the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation.
With a book and a movie in the works, the story of Deichmann promises to leave an indelible mark on the world of sports and beyond.
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