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.
The inaugural event will entail a unique, two-day race that puts a select group of pro triathletes head-to-head in the Bahamas.
Great Britian’s Jonathan Brownlee finally ended the reign of Spain's Javier Gomez in Auckland today.
Gwen Jorgensen continued her ITU dominance today at the ITU World Triathlon Series Auckland race.
The last American to win in Kona gives an honest answer to why American men are struggling in the sport's biggest race.
The Super Bowl is the last place you might expect to see exposure for triathlon, but that's exactly what happened on Sunday night.
The Men of Triathlon are back and the 2015 calendars are available for pre-order now.
Alistair Brownlee (GBR) said he was relieved afterwards to be back to his "old self."
The American continued her dominance of the World Triathlon Series circuit with a win Saturday in Hamburg.
Spain's Javier Gomez extended his lead in the World Triathlon Series rankings with a victory in Chicago.
The American came back from a deficit off of the bike to claim the win on home soil.