Bestival triathlete Steven Diffey, who cycled, swam and ran to the Isle of Wight event in aid of the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
HATS off to Stephen Diffey, who must surely win the prize for the most impressive effort to get to the Isle of Wight for Bestival.
The 31 year old, of West Hampstead, London, decided to ditch the traditional bus and ferry route in favour of his own Triathlon to Bestival yesterday (Wednesday).
Starting with a mammoth cycle ride to Keyhaven, near Lymington, starting at 2.30am, he then jumped in the Solent and swam for 45 minutes to Colwell.
Once there, it was time to lace up his trainers and run around 12 miles across hilly terrain, to Robin Hill for a hero's welcome by the Bestival team.
Steven, who is raising money for the Make-a-Wish foundation, said: "When I arrived on the Isle of Wight, the run was so hard, it is so hilly here. But I had lots of people cheering and honking their car horns as I went past.
"I took a bit of a wrong turn and ended up running through the centre of Newport at about 1.30pm, when everyone was out having their lunch. I got some funny looks."
To support Steven, visit www.justgiving.com/triforbestival