Pune cop sets a new records, earns’ Iron Man’ title

Pune:  An IPS officer and Pimpri police Commissioner Krishna Prakash has made it to the World Book of Records for his achievements.
Prakash has made it to the World Book of Records for being the first Indian Government Servant, Civil Servant and Uniformed Services Officer, including Armed Forces and Para Military Forces, to earn the Iron Man title.
In 2017, Prakash had completed the Ironman Triathlon – which is widely considered one of the most difficult one-day sporting events in the world. The triathlon participants are required to complete a 3.8 kilometre swim, a 180.2 kilometre-long bicycle ride, and a 42.2-kilometre run – all within a set time frame of 16 to 17 hours.
The Commissioner announced on his Twitter account that he had made it to the World Book of Records.
The IPS Officer shared three photographs which show him being awarded a certificate for being the first Indian Government Servant, Civil Servant and Uniformed Services Officer to complete the Ironman Triathlon.

The London Secretary of world of world book of records Anurag Pandey and Dr Pradip Mishra has presented the certificate to Prakash.

He also received congratulations message from the members of the British parliament Virendra Sharma, Alok Sharma, the chairman of world book record London Dr Divakar Sukul and Indian President of World Book of Records England Santosh Shukla and others.

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