Then again, maybe Toad can't.
Triathlon: Florida athlete becomes first with Down's Syndrome to complete Ironman
(Reuters) - Finishing a maiden Ironman is a huge moment for any triathlete but when 21-year-old Florida resident Chris Nikic crossed the line at the weekend he became the first athlete with Down’s Syndrome to achieve the feat.
Nearly 17 hours after embarking on the 2.4 mile swim, 112-mile bike ride and full marathon, Nikic arrived just inside the cut-off point for the Panama City Beach Ironman event.
His effort earned him a place in the Guinness World Records here and thousands of social media followers have been inspired by his determination to tackle one of sport's toughest challenges.
Spectators cheered as Nikic crossed the line on Saturday with his trainer Dan Grieb, who acted as guide, well after dark and with 14 minutes to spare to record a time.