Tehran (IP) - Suzan Dolatabadi, the founder of indoor cycling, set a record on Tuesday with the RPM110 (Revolutions per minute) for 3 hours.

Iran PressIran News: "I am very happy that I was able to set this record for the first time and I want to launch a challenge for anyone who can break my record," the Iranian athlete said of her success.

"My goal is to be listed in the Guinness Book of World’s Records as the first Iranian woman in the sport to make known Iran's name on the indoor cycling," she added.

Morvarid Javaherian, the judge of Iran's record registration, said about Suzan Dolatabadi's record in indoor cycling: "It is the first time that a woman has set such a record for 3 hours in Iran and her name will be included in the record book of Iran."


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