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Dan Lemoto could be Tassie's fittest man

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1 Dan Lemoto could be Tassie's fittest man on Sat Oct 18, 2014 3:55 pm



Is this Tassie’s fittest man?

OCTOBER 18, 2014

Super-fit Dan Lemoto finished runner up at the Australian Obstacle Racing Championships in Sydney last weekend.

Lemoto is off to the world championships in Cincinnati next weekend.

HE used to be a soldier, and now Dan Lemoto is a spartan warrior and possibly Tasmania’s fittest man.

The 38-year-old obstacle racer from Hobart was unlucky not to come home with the gold medal from the Australian obstacle racing championships in Sydney last weekend.

He took a wrong turn while leading the 7km run, climb, swing, jump, traverse and crawl around a tortuous 20-obstacle course in the Spartan Elite category of the national titles.

The former soldier turned martial arts black belt, 100m sprint champion and fitness trainer claimed second and that was good enough to book his ticket to the world championships in Cincinnati, USA, next weekend.

Nicknamed “Dragon”, Lemoto was disappointed not to strike gold in Sydney.

“I was gutted because I worked so hard for it. I went there to do my best and it just didn’t happen on the day.”

"Let's Go While We're Young"

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