This 2017 film follows trafficking survivor Norma Bastidas as she breaks the Guinness World Record for longest Triathlon.
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In May of 2014 Norma Bastidas - a survivor of human trafficking and modern-day abolitionist - swam, biked, and ran over 3,000 miles (4,828 kilometers) from Cancun, Mexico to Washington, DC. In doing so she shattered the World Record for Longest Triathlon. "Be Relentless," a bilingual film taking place in two countries, tells the story of this remarkable woman. Click the button above to learn more about Bastidas' journey of athletic endurance and awareness-raising.
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