Brice Bonneviale’s Enduroman
From June 22nd to 25th, our champion Brice Bonneviale finished the Enduroman in 75h45mn, thus becoming the 37th person to complete this extreme triathlon!
On June 22nd at 8 p.m., Brice and his team took advantage of a favourable weather window to tackle the Enduroman. First step: running from London to Dover, 140km that Brice travelled in 16h55mn. The second step was the crossing of the Channel, which took him 21h51mn during which he had to fight the cold and the strong currents. After landing on French soil, he had a short night of rest and then set off again on his bike towards Paris. After pedalling for 14h37mn, he arrived on the Champs- Elysées at 11:45 p.m. on Tuesday, June 25th.
But not satisfied with his achievement, Brice left Paris the following day on his bike reaching Marseille on Saturday June 28th! The Pure Ocean team, as well as Brice’s fans, were there to welcome their champion home.
Brice Bonneviale took advantage of this athletic challenge to affirm his ecological commitment: throughout the race, his team followed him and picked up the rubbish they found on the way. In the end, they collected over 300 litres of trash – mostly plastic bottles and food wrappers. Thanks to this challenge, Brice also raised 5000 € for Pure Ocean, affirming his commitment to protecting fragile marine ecosystems.