Have you ever thought walking 515 km that too barefoot? I know, we do not even imagine that but then there is a man, who did that. The man is none other than Milind Soman! This multi-talented guy has always been an inspiration to many others out there. Swimmer, model, actor, athlete, triathlete; you say it Milind has done it. Now this man has one more feather in his cap, ‘Ultra Man Milind Soman.’
Well, Ultra Man Intrusive Challenge is a challenge of its own kind that goes on for 3 long days. This challenge tests a participant in various aspects and a person ends up investing all his strength and patience in this test. Milind has been promoting physical fitness since a long time now and this promotion went to next level when he not only participated in Ultra Man Florida 2017 but also won it.
Milind Soman won the Ironman Challenge 2015, held at Zurich and stunned everyone. This time, he left everyone speechless because this challenge is one of the most intense physical challenges of the world. This win wasn’t easy for him but his determination to challenge his own self-brought him here, to the pinnacle. He had to swim 10 km followed by 421 Km bicycle riding which was again followed by an 84.4 km barefoot running. He has indeed established a phenomenal record for his generations to follow.
Mr. Soman is also the ambassador leading athletic and racing platform for women known as Pickathon which is popular for its fitness training. He is not someone who looks fits or does stunning acts only on sets of the film but he is appreciated for his zeal outside the set. Many Indians congratulated him for bringing glory to the nation by becoming ‘Ultra Man’ from ‘Ironman.’
All in all, it’s a wonderful moment for all of us as this title ‘Ultra Man’ belongs to an Indian. We this win by Milind Soman, we are sure that people will now put in more efforts in physical fitness and will one day make our nation proud as Milind did. We hope that Milind’s contribution as a fitness freak is equally acknowledged as his role as a film producer is acknowledged. Kudos to Milind Soman! Yo, go India!