Lithuania’s Aleksandr Sorokin broke his personal 100-kilometer global report by means of operating a 6:05:35 (unofficial) on the 2023 International’s Quickest Run tournament in Vilnius, Lithuania, on Might 14, 2023.
Sorokin set the former 100k global report of 6:05:41 on the Centurion Working Monitor 100 Mile in Bedford, United Kingdom, on Saturday, April 23, 2022 (post-race interview).
To place Sorokin’s run into standpoint, that’s 5:53 in keeping with mile or 3:39 in keeping with kilometer tempo for 62.2 miles/100 kilometers.
As well as, that 6-second global report signifies that he ran simply 0.027% underneath his earlier global report. Discuss consistency! (If I’m doing the pre-coffee math appropriately, at his reasonable tempo, he’d have overwhelmed his previous self by means of lower than 30 meters!)
“I’m extraordinarily glad that I controlled to wreck a global report and that I did so in my local town. Vilnius is town the place I began operating and it’s my nice excitement to thank it by means of making historical past proper right here,” stated Sorokin in line with tournament sponsor NORD Safety.
Sorokin additionally owns the global information for operating 100 miles in 10 hours, 51 mins, and 39 seconds, in addition to 12 hours by means of operating 110.24 miles/177.41 kilometers in that point (interview) and the global report for twenty-four hours with a distance of 198.6 miles/319.6 kilometers (interview).