Joe Salter became the first person to juggle while competing in a triathlon at the Flora-Bama Mullet Man Triathlon in Perdido Key, Fla. on April 21, 2012.
Salter provided the following stats on the YouTube video:
Finish Time: 1hr 57min
Swim: 1/4 Mile (21min 39sec)
Bike: 16.2 Miles (1hr 42sec)
Run: 4 Miles (31min 29 Sec)
Placed 147 out of 246 Participants
-Zero Drops for Bike and Run
-3 drops in water on Swim
Approximate # of Throws and Catches:
During Swim: 4,140
Total # of throws/catches in race: 19,692
Charity Fundraising: Raised over $2200 for Ronald McDonald House Charities of NorthWest Florida.
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