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"Beringia - 2015": official reception of applications for participation is open

The acceptance of applications for participation in the traditional dog sled race "Beringia - 2015" has officially opened - said Alexey Voitov, Deputy Prime Minister of the Kamchatka Territory. head of the organizing committee of the event.

At the end of last week 15 cabbies announced their participation, they are all residents of the Kamchatka region. The organizing committee has already determined the route of the race, the number of stages and the places of the expedition stops: the length of the path will increase by 50 kilometers, it will pass from Esso to Ossora and will amount to one thousand kilometers.

As previously reported in EastRussia, in preparation for the Beringia-2015, in the village of Esso of the Bystrinsky district in early January, the first competitions among young riders took place - “Christmas starts”.

«These races opened up a series of Bering events, - told the deputy chairman - The next sporting event in the framework of the "Beringia-2015" will be a dog sled race, which will be held in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky on the biathlon complex to them. Vitaly Fatyanova 28 February. His working title is “Peter and Paul Sprint”. All mushers who will take part in the main race “Beringia” will take part in it - explained Alexey Voitov.

During the "Petropavlovsk Sprint" it is planned to hold the race-prologue "Beringia-2015" and the children's race "Dulin - Beringia". And the next day, March 1, the traditional “Elizovsky Sprint” will be held. 

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