Ironman, 86, Attracts the World's Attention: Triathlete Hiromu Inada
Hiromu Inada is attracting global attention with his continued participation in the annual IRONMAN World Championship, which has been called the world's toughest race, in his eighties. Participants are required to complete a 226-kilometer course consisting of swim, bike and run sections in 17 hours. Inada has come out on top among competitors in their 80s several times. On this program, we focus on the secrets behind his superhuman power.
Inada on the bike course at the 2018 IRONMAN World Championship in Hawaii
Inada crossing the finish line at the 2018 IRONMAN World Championship in Hawaii
Inada (left) with his coach Junichi Yamamoto during swim practice