With two sets of gold and silver, Poles began the tournament in Berlin on a high.
Wheelchair-bound adventurers Michał Woroch, photographer and filmmaker, and Maciej Kamiński, online poker player, started in Buenos Aires, drove down to Ushuaia and then all the way up to the town of Deadhorse.
Started in 1928, the race took place five times before WWII broke out. It resumed in 1947 and is now part of the UCI World Ranking and one of the most important races in Eastern Europe.
Karaś stormed to victory after a grueling 11.4km swim, 540km cycle, and 126.6km run - WITHOUT any breaks.
The boxing champ, who has an interest in Polish history, part-wrote and edited the film himself.
Zmarzlik displayed his skill and dominance by leading from start to finish.
Last year, the seasoned mountain skier was forced to abandon his K2 challenge. This year he nailed it.
The diving centre will boast a 45-metre-deep diving centre, while the water park will have 3km-long waterslides, and a 3,500sqm swimming pool.
Successes in hammer throwing, 1500m run, triple jump and shot put ensured Poland’s brilliant achievement.
It took nearly-blind Marcin two weeks to cycle 700km from his hometown in Nowy Targ to Zagreb.