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New world Ironman Kona Triathlon record!

While you were sleeping, Gustav Eden from Norway made history at the Ironman Kona World Triathlon Championships, Hawaii.

He swam 3.8 km, rode 180 km and ran 42.2 km in 7 hours 40 minutes 24 seconds. He’s beaten the world record of Jan Frodeno of Germany by more than 10 minutes. Incredible!

By the way, he ran a marathon through the red-hot lava fields of the Big island in 2 hours 36 minutes 15 seconds. Gustav is 26 years old and this is his second full Ironman in his life.