A former professional footballer, Luke Tyburski now takes on some of the world’s most extreme ultra-endurance challenges. Luke created and completed a world first 2000km in 12 day Ultimate Triathlon from Morocco to Monaco, with an award winning documentary made about this inspirational feat.
Constantly looking to challenge himself, Luke has ran through the Sahara desert, down Mt Everest, across a tropical forest in China without food, money, water, and with a plane to catch. He has took on mountainous double Ironman triathlons taking him 35 non-stop hours to finish, completed multiple 250km ultra-marathons, ran 800 kilometres in a calendar month, and completed numerous 400km+ non-stop bike rides – to name just a few of his accomplishments.
Luke Tyburski’s entire life has been about performance, overcoming obstacles while dealing with setbacks to achieve his daily best.
With over 15 years experience in the health, fitness, & sports performance industries, Luke has not only been an athlete himself, but coached many to achieve their physical performance goals as well.
Luke has translated his unique experiences as an extreme-endurance athlete, former professional footballer, and overcoming his dark personal battle with depression, binge eating, and suicidal tendencies into informative, engaging, and highly entertaining presentations.
A published Author of Chasing Extreme, Luke has shared his inspirational story to audiences around the globe, alongside the mental framework he has created to be one of the world’s leading endurance athletes.
Luke wants to inspire others to live outside their comfort zone, so they can catch a glimpse of their true potential.
- Star of award winning adventure documentaries – The Ultimate Triathlon & The 500 Man.
- Mentioned in Forever Sports Magazine’s “50 greatest athletes in the world right now” in 2016.
- Featured in Triathlete Magazine, Outdoor Fitness Magazine, 220Triathlon, Running Fitness, Forever Sport Magazine, Triathlon Plus, Sport Magazine, Triatlón Magazine, and Multisport Magazine.