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Pokémon GO Player Earns 400 Triathlete Badges in Impressive Seven-Day Streak Feat

Pokémon GO isn’t just about catching Pokémon; it’s also about consistency and dedication. A clear example of this is the Triathlete badge, a symbol of commitment for many trainers. Recently, a player shared their achievement on X, showcasing that they’ve earned the Triathlete badge by completing a Pokémon catch streak and/or PokeStop spin streak of seven days, 100 times. But here’s the catch, they’ve actually achieved this staggering feat 404 times.

The mechanics behind the Triathlete badge are unique. Both catch streaks and spin streaks count toward this medal. So, if you manage to maintain both in a single week, it counts as two towards the medal. It’s a clever way to encourage players to engage with the game daily.

Now, what’s truly remarkable is the dedication within the Pokémon GO community. Some players in the comments have shared their numbers, and they’re impressive, going above 400 times, missing only 2-3 days since the release of the game back in 2016.

Why the Triathlete Badge Matters?

Earning the Triathlete badge isn’t just about bragging rights, it’s about setting and achieving long-term goals. This badge rewards consistent play and encourages daily engagement with Pokémon GO. It’s a way to challenge yourself and see how dedicated you can be. Whether you’re a casual player or a hardcore trainer, the Triathlete badge is a fun and rewarding goal to strive for.

How to Earn the Triathlete Badge?

To earn the Triathlete badge, you need to complete a Pokémon catch streak and/or PokeStop spin streak of seven days. Remember, doing both in a single week will count as two towards the medal. This requires daily engagement with the game, making it a true test of persistence and consistency.

We’ve seen some incredible numbers, like the inspiring trainer who reached this feat 342 times, and others surpassing 400. Now, we turn to you, how many times have you achieved the Triathlete badge? Share your count in the comments below.

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Dejan Kacurov

Hello everyone! My name is Dejan, but you can call me Mr.D. I enjoy all video games, especially Apex Legends, Pokemon Go, and Spider-Man. A husband and father of two who also goes to the gym often and does Crossfit. I got inspiration for gaming exactly 8 years ago, and I've been writing gaming news for 7 years. I hope that you will find all the answers to your questions regarding gaming on our site. Stay healthy, and love each other!

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