New Ironman World record.

Germany's Andreas Raelert made his debut this year for the first time at the Challenge-Roth, beating the World record in the Ironman distance with a time of 7:41:33.

 

The ironman record was broken last week by the Belgian Marino Vanhoenacker in the 13th edition of the Ironman Austria with a time 7: 45: 58. (ver noticia)

The German has broken this record thanks to the spectacular race segment covering the distance of 42 km in 2:40:52. In the 3,8 km of swimming he invested a time of 46:18, and in traveling the 180 km of bicycle 4:11:43

 

Right after the test Andreas Raelert stated:"Everyone always says how important is the mood of the public, this is what really took me during the last 15 Kilometers. I am so happy to have set a new world record that I dedicate it to all of you."

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