Dutch marines take world record speed march | Inland

The world record of the Royal Marines was changed considerably by the Dutch team. The British ran the marathon in 2016 in the record time of 4.16.48. The (former) marines took more than fifteen minutes from that. They came in at 3.58.55.

The team of 21 (former) Marines, ranging in age from 22 to 54 years old, had trained for a year and a half before the competition. The participants carried, among other things, a backpack weighing 18.1 kilos and soldier boxes.

During the marathon, money was collected for the Doe wel wel, and don’t look back! This helps (former) colleagues who suffer from cancer.

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