Robert Karaś

Robert Karas

Champion and world record holder in the Triple Ironman Triathlon

Robert Karas is the current world champion in the Triple Ironman distance – swimming 11.4 km, cycling 540 km, running 126.6 km (three marathons). He’s also set the world record in the German Lensahn with a result of 30 hours, 48 minutes and 57 seconds. There were 50 participants who took part in that race, and Robert beat the previous record by nearly an hour.

Before the Lensahn competition, Robert quoted Catalonian long-distance runner, high altitude skier, mountain cyclist, and duathlonist Kilian Jornet Burgada on his Facebook: “ The time to suffer has come, the time to fight has come, the time to win has come.”

Robert dedicated that competition to the most needy and encouraged his supporters to donate to various charity organizations.

In 2019, Robert set the world record in the double ironman triathlon with a result of 18:44:38.

Robert’s Achievements

,,Dare to be great, be powerful, beyond measure.” - Marianne Williamson
  • 1st place IUTA World Championship Panevezys Ultra Triathlon, Lithuania 2019 (7,6-320-84,4) 18:44:38 – world record

  • 1st place Ironcat l’Ampolla, Spain 2019 (3.8-180-42,2) – 8:13:43 Poland’s record

  • 1st place World Championship Triple Ultra Triathlon Lensahn, Germany 2018 (11.4-540-126,6) 30:48:57  – world record

  • 1st place Catalan Championship Ironcat l’Ampolla, Spain 2017 (3.8-180-42,2) – course record

  • 1st place World Cup Double Ironman, Emsdetten, Germany 2017 (7.6-360-84,4) 19:44:42 – world record

  • 1st place Cologne Triathlon Weekend, Cologne, Germany 2017 (3.8-180-42,2)

  • 1st place Ocean Lava Tri Santa Cruz, Tenerife 2016 (1.9-90-21,1) 3:48:57 – course record

  • 1st place Polskaman Triathlon Wolsztyn 2015 (3.8-180-42,2) – Poland’s record

  • 1st place Firefighter World Championship Challenge Roth Germany 2015 (3.8-180-42,2)

  • 1st place Polish Senior Championship in Bydgoszcz 2014 (3.8-180-42,2)