Here are some of my PRs:
- Half marathon - 1h21'45" (Paris, 2010)
- Marathon - 2:52:22 (Paris, 2010)
- 100km - 9:08:33 (Millau, 2012)
- 24h - 139 miles (Villenave d'Ornon, 2020)
- 48h - 237 miles, 1st place (Royan, 2015)
- 6-days - 541 miles (Phoenix, 2014)
- Spartathlon - 30:41:51 (2008)
- 24h - 103 miles (St Thibault, 2013)
- 6-days - 441 miles, 1st place (Privas, 2014)
- Diagonale des fous - 32:27:07 (trail with 88 miles, 27 000 ft elevation, 2004)
- Barkley Marathons - DNF, quit on loop 2 (2011)
- Tor des Géants - 117:46:55 (trail with 206 miles, 78 000 ft elevation, 2011)
- Transpyrenea - 381:10:00 (trail with 510 miles, 165 000 ft elevation, 2016)
- Paris-Brest-Paris - 58:?? (765 miles on a bike, 2011)
- Race Around Ireland - 138:42 (1350 miles on a bike, 2013)
- Ironman - 12:06:03 (Nice, 2009)
- Triple-Ironman - 41:58:20 (Lensahn, 2012)
- Deca-Ironman - 199:09:29, 1st place (Monterrey, 2010)
- Double Deca-Ironman - 445:45:15, 1st place (Léon, 2019)
As a side node, you can take a look at the statistics on D-U-V.org, which give a nice third-party view of what I've done up to now. Or, at your options, take a glance at all the ultras I've done .
Those figures mean nothing to you? It does not matter. Figures are not that important. Think about the St Exupéry's Petit Prince. The best race is the one from which you get best experience, it's not necessarily the fastest one.
PS: do not use my times to build up an "equivalent times" table. Depending on the years, the quality of my training, my shape on race day, the mileage varies. Being under 3h on the marathon does not give you a finishing ticket for Spartathlon. And conversely... ;)
PPS: yeah, Barkley is tough, less than 30 miles in 26 hours, that is not even 1.5 mph on an average.