Category Archives: TriathlonDocs

docs who run triathlon

Knut Höhler

Knut Höhler is ToughGuyDoc

Knut Höhler, born in 1983 is extreme sportsman. Living in Göttingen/Germany he was European Champion with Triathlon in the Junior ranking. He is member of the team LG Olympia Dortmund, his best time for 42,195 km is 2 hrs and 36 min. His preference is though extraordinary obstacle runs as Fisherman’s Friends Strongman Run in Weeze which he won 2011 as first stranger. He won the “Tough Guy Challenge a second time (12 km with 21 obstacles)! Continue reading Knut Höhler

Leo Varadkar

Leo Varadkar is PoliticDoc

Leo Varadkar (Irish pronunciation: [ˈlʲoː ˈvˠaɾˠəd̪ˠkəɾˠ]; born 18 January 1979) is an Irish Fine Gael politician. Following the retirement of Enda Kenny, he was elected as Leader of the Fine Gael Party on 2 June 2017. It is expected that he will be appointed as Taoiseach later in June following the approval of Dáil Éireann. He has been a Teachta Dála (TD) for the Dublin West constituency since 2007. He held the ministries of Transport, Tourism and Sport from 2011 to 2014, Health from 2014 to 2016, and Social Protection since 2016. During the 2015 Irish Marriage referendum he became the first openly gay Irish government minister. Continue reading Leo Varadkar

Bernd Holstiege

Bernd Holstiege is MarathonDoc, TriathlonDoc and more

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Bernd Holstiege (left/links) with Joachim Fischer (middle/Mitte) – TriathlonDocs

Long distance running was my passion: about 50 marathon, 15 times 100 km-runs, 19 times IronMan-distance (once in Hawaii) and many Triathlons even double and triple Triathlons. Continue reading Bernd Holstiege

Markus Merk

Markus Merk was  titled the WORLD-BEST REFERREE – a top SoccerDoc!

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Markus Merk (born March 15, 1962 in Kaiserslautern) is a former top-level German football referee. He is a six-time winner of the German Referee of the Year Award and the record holder in games refereed in the Bundesliga. In 2005, Merk was awarded the German Bundesverdienstkreuz (Federal Cross of Merit) in recognition of his service to football and his charity work in India. He ended his career by refereeing the match between Bayern München and Hertha BSC Berlin on the last day of the Bundesliga season 2007/08 on May 17, 2008.

He is considered to be one of the best referees to ever officiate, being ranked 2nd behind Pierluigi Collina, in the all-time rankings.[1]

He is currently a pundit for Sky Deutschland and was the main referee commentator of the Turkish football channel Lig TV (which has the rights of the Turkish Super League) in 2010–2011 season. [1] Continue reading Markus Merk

Elliott Bennett-Guerrero

Elliott Bennett-Guerrero is ThriatlonDoc

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As a professor as well as the vice chair for clinical research at Stony Brook School of Medicine, Elliott Bennett-Guerrero, MD, has more than 20 years of teaching and clinical experience. With research interest in blood transfusion and how it relates to sports performance, Elliott Bennett-Guerrero began doing triathlons. Continue reading Elliott Bennett-Guerrero

MediGames

MediGames is one of the biggest extra-medical events – THE MedOlympics

The world medical and health games are a gathering for healths professionals that allow them to compete in various sports in a congenial and fun atmosphere. Whatever your level or age, come and share with your colleagues your passion for sport ! Continue reading MediGames

Adnan Khera

Adnan Khera is DancingDoc, TriathlonDoc and MarathonDoc, CharityDoc, EventDoc, TaylorDoc, WriterDoc

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Anesthesiologist. Dancer. Ultramarathon runner. Triathlete. Costumer. Writer. Individual.

Dancing in the streets and raising thousands of dollars for different charities. He organises events and can taylor costumes.

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