From June 22nd to 25th, Brice Bonneviale, confirmed French athlete, completed the Enduroman, an extreme triathlon between London and Paris, in 75h45mn. Dedicated to the environmental cause, he undertook this challenge in support of Pure Ocean.
An unparalleled athletic performance
On June 22nd at 8 p.m., Brice Bonneviale and his team took advantage of a favourable weather window to tackle the Enduroman, a race from Marble Arch (London) to the Arc de Triomphe (Paris). The athlete first ran the 140k between London and Dover in 16h55mn. Then on June 24th at 1 a.m., he began his crossing of the Channel, landing in Sangatte after having defied the cold and strong tides during 21h51mn. After a short night of rest, he got on his bike on Tuesday, June 25th at 9 a.m. to reach Paris. He arrived on the Champs Elysées on this same day at 11:45 p.m. after pedaling for 14h37mn.
The Enduroman was created in 2001 by Edgar Ette, a British man who completed it in...