Milind Soman completes 517 km Ultraman Marathon at age 51, barefoot Inspirational, News While you were gorging on to that extra cheese pizza and ditching the stairs for the elevator, Milind Soman became the Ultraman. No that’s not a made-up title we just coined, neither are we trying to make you feel miserable, it in fact is Soman’s latest achievement in the direction of becoming a bona fide fitness icon. The unofficial torchbearer of all things fit, Soman has completed the Ultraman Marathon in Florida. Considered to be one of the toughest marathons in the world, the race had him and four other Indians cover a distance of over 500 km in three days. Apart from Soman, Abhishek Mishra, Kaustubh Radkar, Prithviraj Patil and Manmadh Rebba from India also took up the challenge and emerged victorious. The race that was spanned across three days with 10 km swimming and 148 km biking on the first day, 276 km biking on the second and 84 km running on the last day.