Bernardo José Mora
Bernardo José Mora from Mallorca, Spain is a walker and world-record holder of multiday events.
1991 Bernardo José Mora walked from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port (France) to Santiago de Compostela (Spain) (750 km) in 12 days, 7 hours and 55 minutes. He broke the Across Aquitania-Galicia World Record and Across French Basque Country-Galicia World Record.
1992, Bernado also walked from Land's End to John o' Groats (Great Britain).
1994, Bernado competed in the 100 miles race in Schiedam, (Netherlands) with time of 20 hours and 14 minutes. He was the first Spanish ‘Continental Centurion.
2004, a walk around Mallorca Island (352 km) in 3 days, 7 hours and 55 minutesn gave Bernado the Around Mallorca Island World Record.
2009 a win at the 6 Jours d’Antibes (FRA)
2010 Bernado qualified as a British Centurion - C1079 in a time of 21:48:31. The first Spanish race walkier to qualify as a British Centurion
2012 and 2013, Bernado also won the 6 Jours de France.
2012 Bernado walked on a treadmill during 172,11 km in 24 hours breaking the Treadmill Walking World Record of 24 hours.
photo shows Bernado at the awards of the British Centurions race in 2010