The Ironman Triathlon of Hawaii, believed to be the most difficult one-day sporting event in the world, starts with a 2.4-mile ocean swim, followed by 112 miles of cycling, and finishes with a 26.2-mile marathon.
After his first six attempts at the event, where casualties ranged from flat tires to internal bleeding, Mark Allen allowed each defeat to galvanize his commitment to fulfilling his dream of becoming the Ironman Champion. On his seventh attempt, Mark won.
He then went on to win a total of six Ironman titles in six attempts. He completed a 15-year career in the world of elite athletics with a 90% top-three finish record. He was named “Triathlete of the Year” six times, and in 2012, was voted “The Greatest Endurance Athlete of All Time” in a worldwide poll conducted by ESPN.
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