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Chris Nikic Entry in Guinness Book of World Records

Chris Nikic poses beside his planning board.
Chris Nikic stands beside his IRONMAN planning board.

The following is an excerpt from the article, First Person with Down’s Syndrome to finish an Ironman: Chris Nikic’s Story, published by guinessworldrecords.com.

"Just seeing our boy in that book is just one of the greatest joys we’ve ever experienced. Boy did he do some amazing things and we are so proud of him."

After breaking a record at his first IRONMAN®, appearing in the Guinness World Records book, winning countless awards, medals and many other accomplishments, what are Chris’s plans for the future?

"My future goal is to get married, have my own business and to take care of my family."

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