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Supermarathon of Peter Naumov

Supermarathon of Peter Naumov

The Yakut runner is a disabled person in group I in sight, Peter Naumov completed in Sevastopol a single marathon in Russia about 3850 km in length. The race champion of Yakutia dedicated to the memory of the Yakut soldiers who fell in battles on Lake Ilmen in 1943.

“This race was helped to organize me by people who are not indifferent to the history and feat of our fathers and grandfathers, and it is dedicated primarily to the 70th anniversary of the Great Victory,” P. Naumov told Rossiyskaya Gazeta. - I took the start of the single track and field race from the monument to the Yakut soldiers on Lake Ilmen, on the fourth of August.

From the Novgorod region the marathon runner’s route went through Veliky Novgorod, Rzhev, Moscow, Tula, Novorossiysk, and Kerch. Finally, the final point is Nakhimov Square in Sevastopol. In each city - a mandatory visit to places of military glory, a kind of memorial ceremony.

"The hardest part," the sportsman shared in an interview, "is to run along the road, stuffed with vehicles with a stroller weighing 70 kilograms." On the way P. Naumov adhered to the principle of healthy sleep and nutrition.

He also recalled that he beat the record for the number of worn pairs of sneakers during the long-distance run on the Kaliningrad-Vladivostok route, which was dedicated to the 65 anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War.

"Then for 209 days of the marathon overcame 12 thousand 900 kilometers and wore six pairs of sneakers," the runner specified. - Starting in Kaliningrad on April 1 2009 year, finished in October 2010 year in Vladivostok. "

Peter Naumov has been running for 25 years. His sports career began in 40 years - when the majority of it is already over. In 50 years he performed a master's degree in athletics.

In 2003, Peter Naumov took part in the European Athletics Championships at 100 kilometers and took second place. In 2005, I took part in competitions in the daily race at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow and won first place in the team competition. In 2007, I ran a distance from Lake Baikal to Yakutsk with a length of 3175 kilometers in 75 days. In 2010, he ran a distance from the Baltic Sea (Kaliningrad) to the Sea of ​​Japan (Vladivostok) with a length of 12 900 kilometers (this mileage is recorded in the Russian Book of Records).

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