A former British Army paratrooper has added another two to his lengthy list of fitness titles.
Paddy Doyle, from Solihull, picked up the world Non-Stop, One- hour Speed Fitness record in Flensburg, Germany, at the weekend, as well as the record for the highest number of punches in one minute.
The two titles take the 40-year-old's world record tally to 132, in a career spanning 18 years.
Mr Doyle, who works as the military access co-ordinator at Solihull College, said he was delighted with the performance.
"I'm more mentally tired. I was carrying injuries going into these world records. But I've had great support from my two team members - David Chubb and Wayne Ferguson - and they prepared me well," he said.
For the non-stop record, Mr Doyle completed: n
* 2,070m rowing
* 5.8km cycling
* 1.29km running carrying a 40lb backpack
* 1,008 step on a climbing machine carrying a 40lb backpack
* 5, 520kg of 20kg dumbbell lifts
* 2,230 boxing punches.
All the activities had ten-minute time limits.
The previous one-minute punch record was 374, held by Australian Anthony Kelly. Mr Doyle added 96 on to the benchmark with 470.