When it comes to taking on ultimate challenges, Gymshark Athlete, Fergus Crawley, is no stranger.
A typical Iron Man distance triathlon consists of a 3.8km swim, 180km bike ride and a 42.2km run – sounds tough, doesn't it? But not to Crawley, instead he aimed to complete two Iron Man Triathlon's back-to-back, in the mountainous region of Snowdonia National Park, Wales.
Coined 'The Double Brutal', Crawley was under no illusion that this challenge would be easy, if at all possible.
The Gymshark team followed him through every step of the way, from training to challenge, documenting each and every moment - as Crawley pushed his body beyond limits for over 40 hours.
Watch Fergus Crawley take on The Double Brutal in this Gymshark Originals series:
Who Is Fergus Crawley?
Fergus Crawley is a hybrid athlete conditioned in strength and ultra-endurance, and is one of only two men to have squatted 500lbs and ran a sub 5-minute-mile in the same day.
Crawley, from Scotland, is an ex-international powerlifter turned hybrid athlete, with a background in sport and a love for all forms of conditioning combining sheer strength with ultra endurance – on land or in water.