World's Fastest Pint: Former Sheffield Covid-19 intensive care nurse breaks world record at London Marathon
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The successful world record attempt was to raise money for the Ashgate Hospice in Derbyshire, and so far over £4,800 has been raised.
Joan Pons Laplana, aged 47, ran the London Marathon last weekend dressed as a pint of beer.
In a video Joan shared with The Star, he said: “I’ve done it. I am the world’s fastest pint.
“It was the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life. Never again. But I am the fastest pint in the world.”
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This was Joan’s second attempt at the record, for which there was no time set, but Guinness World Records required Joan finish the marathon in under four hours.
The now World’s Fastest Pint finished the London Marathon in around three hours and 58 minutes.
Joan worked on intensive care units in the Royal Hallamshire Hospital during the pandemic.