Ultraman Valentí

78908526--575x404Vanlentí Sanjuan, a young man living in Spain had a vision of life, which has changed his life forever. He goes by this mantra, which is to enjoy every minute of life and fight for what you want. He first started working for TVs and radio stations, advertising, film producers and other brands. He was the director and presenter of the television program Catalan TV3 Etiquetas and VIstolovisto TV channel. But that’s not all!

He decided to take on other hobbies, which are Marathons, Ironman, and even Ultraman. He joined this team called Where’s The Limit, who is created by Josef Ajram plémico. This triathlon team does multistage competitions, which consists of running, swimming and cycling. These triathletes have to swim 2.4 miles (3.86 km), cycle 112 miles (180.25 km) and run 26.2-miles (42.2 km). When doing these competitions triathletes compete for the fastest overall course completion time. Ultraman fascinates athletes who pursue to discover their intensity in physical and psychological capability. It’s a three-day 320-mile (515 km) annual endurance race. This competition is divided into three phases over three days. The first is a 6.2-mile (10-km) ocean swim, followed by a 90-mile (145 –km) cross-country bike ride. Stage two is a 171.4-mile (276-km) bike ride. Stage three is a 52.4-mile (84-km) double marathon. Each of these stages must be completed within 12 hours or less. Competitors who don’t reach the finish lines within the time slots are disqualified.0-1

While doing these outrageous challenges he films and takes pictures and shares it with the public. He has more than 30,000 followers on his YouTube channel. He is truly inspiring. I’m really fascinated by his creativity in all of his work because he started doing something so structured, working on a television and radio station and now brings all that he learned and mixes it with outrageous sports. He’s a great example of how people should follow their dreams and never give up!



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