Man completes triathlon - juggling
A US man completed a triathlon in less than two hours - while juggling three balls the entire time.
Joe Salter, 31, from Pensacola, Florida, swam a quarter of a mile, biked 16.2 miles and ran four miles.
Mr Salter, who has been juggling since he was eight years old, said it had been a long-standing ambition.
"For a long time, it's been a joke among the joggling community," he said. "About 10 months ago, I started training to do it."
He said the swimming part of the triathlon had been the hardest part of the challenge.
"It's difficult and complex," he said. "It takes a lot of work and you're basically just using your legs. Plus, swimming in open water makes it harder. It's not like in a pool.
"I dropped balls three times while I was in the water and I was wondering if I should count them as 'dropped balls' since they just floated on the surface and didn't actually drop.
"It would have been worse if I had dropped them while biking because it would have been time-consuming to go back and pick them up."