This page is dedicated to those who have won Celtman or have recorded a fastest time on an individual component of the Celtman Extreme Triathlon. I have tried to be as accurate as possible but if you believe there is an error then please get in touch and I will correct the page. I also wish to acknowledge that conditions play a huge part in such an event and accept that the course has subtly changed each year, however the details below provide an indication of who achieved what and when within the Celtman competition.
Male Super Veterans
In 2013 Craig Dring completed the course in 12:23:49 but this was on the low route as Beinn Eighe was closed for safety reasons after the first ten competitors had passed transit T2a
Bobby Oag is the only Celtman to have broken 40 minutes for the swim. 16 further Celtmen have broken 50 minutes, 14 in 2012 and only 2 in 2013. This gives some idea in the different conditions. 2013 women’s winner, Katherin Muller, is the only women to have broken 50 minutes.
Only three men have gone sub six hours for the cycle in Celtman. Dirk Zangen (winner 2015), Johan Hasselmark (winner 2014 and overall course record holder) and Dyvind Evensen who rode the course in 5:57:47 on his way to third place in the inaugural Celtman 2012.
Fastest RunOnly five Celtmen have broken the 5 hour time for the run.
Red Bull Fastest Time
Kathrin Muller has the fastest women’s Red Bull Run time of 1:14:39
Hall of Fame – Winners
2013 women’s winner ran a shorter route due to weather on the summit of Beinn Eighe
Anyone who completes Celtman has my admiration but when I look the through the results there are a couple who stand out.