After competing and losing in the Ironman Triathlon Championships six times, Mark Allen emerged victorious in 1989, winning one of the most difficult one-day sporting events in the world.
It would be the first of six Ironman victories for Mark, the last coming in 1995 at age 37.
Over the course of his racing career, which ended in 1996, he maintained a 90% average in top-three finishes. He was named Triathlete of the Year six times by Triathlete magazine, and in 1997 Outside magazine tabbed him The World’s Fittest Man. Mark was inducted into the Ironman Triathlon Hall of Fame in 1997.
Join us for an inspiring and down to earth conversation with the greatest endurance athlete of all time.
Mark shares his thoughts on how to overcome the obstacles that get in our way and what it takes to be achieve any goal that you set for yourself, whether it be health, wealth, or happiness.