The country’s IPS officer Krishna Prakash has achieved a great achievement and has elevated India’s name to the world. He has become the first officer of the Indian Armed Forces to register as an ‘Iron Man’ in the World Book of Records. Let us know that he is the first government employee of the country to get this title. Let me tell you that IPS Krishna Prakash completed the Iron Man Triathlon, the world’s toughest one-day sports competition in 2017.
In one day in Iron Man Triathlon, the participant has to complete 3.8 km swimming competition, 180.2 km long cycle competition and 42.2 km long running competition. All these competitions have to be completed in 16 to 17 hours.
On Wednesday morning, IPS officer Krishna Prakash shared the information of acquiring this title in the World Book of Records with people on his Twitter account. He is currently the Police Commissioner of Pimpri Chinchwad. He shared 3 photos on Twitter. In this, he is being given a certificate to complete the Iron Man Triathlon as First Indian Government Servant, Civil Servant and Uniformed Services Officer.
Honored to become a part of ‘World Book of Record Holders’ 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! 4
Jai Hind 😊🇮🇳#IronMan#WednesdayMotivationpic.twitter.com/ytk7MvxPRv
– Krishna Prakash (@Krishnapips) January 20, 2021
On his tweet, many big personalities have also congratulated him for achieving this achievement. Bollywood actor Sunil Shetty congratulated him and said, ‘Good luck sir, I am very happy for your success. This is your time to shine.’ IPS Sanjay Kumar said, “Congratulations KP. Proud of you.”
According to the website, the World Book of Records is one of the leading organizations in international certification. This organization lists and confirms world records from all over the world.
Explain that actor Milind Soman, IPS officer Ravindrakumar Singhal and former Indian National Champion Kaustubh Radhakar are also some of the Indians who have completed a very difficult triathlon.