Milind Soman Is Now Ultraman – Completes the 517.5 Km Race at Florida, Run Barefoot!

At 51, the runner redefined fitness goals by participating in the Florida Ultraman and completing the race.

His Twitter and Instagram handles read @milindrunner, and he is often seen participating in various marathons. But Milind Soman just took his love for running a notch higher by completing the Florida Ultraman – in which he covered 10 kilometres swimming, 424 kilometres cycling and 84.4 kilometres running, over a period of three days!

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That’s not all. As the 51-year-old ran all that distance barefoot – becoming the only one to do so. Now, that is quite a feat.

The runner had his mother by his side, with whom he even posted a picture on his Instagram account titled ‘Aai at #UltramanFlorida Day 3!!! 🙂 #MilindUshaSoman’.

The international-level athlete is also closely associated with Pinkathon, India’s biggest women’s run. In 2015, the actor-model successfully completed the ‘Ironman Triathlon,’ in which participants have to cover a 2.4-mile (3.86 km) swim, a 112-mile (180.25 km) bicycle ride and a marathon 26.2-mile (42.2 km) run, without a break.

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The 51-year-old had four other Indians – Abhishek Mishra, Kaustubh Radkar, Prithviraj Patil and Manmadh Rebba – as co-participants. The runner has proved that age is just a number.

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After his successful run, Milind took to Facebook and even added a life event to his page, in which he said “Dear World, Say hello to Ultraman Milind Soman. Each of the 5 Indians, Milind, Abhishek Mishra, Kaustubh Radkar, Prithviraj Patil and Manmadh Rebba who decided to take up this challenge completed it by covering a total distance of 517.5 km under harsh conditions.”

He celebrated his success at the finish line with his mother – who is always seen by his side.

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