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Winner of Beringia-2014 will get 3 million rubles

The Kamchatka traditional dog sled race "Beringia-2014" finished in the village of Tilichiki. The mushers have forgiven the 20th - the last - stage of the 54-kilometer race between KP "Ust-Vyvenka" - KP "Tilichiki", the press service of the government of the Kamchatka Territory reports.

The judges have yet to sum up the final results of the stage and the race as a whole, but it is already clear that Andrei Semashkin became the winner of the Beringia-2014. He gets the main prize of the race - 3 million rubles. The debutant of the competition Valentin Levkovsky became the second in the overall standings - he will receive 2 million rubles. Bronze and 1 million rubles won Anastasia Semashkina (Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky). Andrei Pritchin (Karaga village) in the total table became the fourth - he won half a million rubles, the fifth in the overall standings was Yevgeny Kutynkovav (Tymlat).

All 12 teams are finished, the race is considered complete. Now the racers and dogs are resting. All festive events, summing up and awarding of winners will be held on Friday, March 28.

Recall that in 2014, the traditional Kamchatka dog sled race "Beringia" took a new route: Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Milkovo - Keys - Ossora - Tilichiki. The initiative to change the route was made by the mussels themselves. The new route is longer than the previous one and is 1300 km, and next year the organizers intend to increase the length of the route to record 2200 km. The prize pool of the race has also grown - almost to 8 million rubles.

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