Aleksandr Sorokin after winning Spartathlon, a 246km race from Athens to the location of ancient Sparta, in 2017. Photo: Spartathlon Aleksandr Sorokin after winning Spartathlon, a 246km race from Athens to the location of ancient Sparta, in 2017. Photo: Spartathlon
Aleksandr Sorokin after winning Spartathlon, a 246km race from Athens to the location of ancient Sparta, in 2017. Photo: Spartathlon

Meet Aleksandr Sorokin, the Lithuanian breaking world records on the lunatic fringes of ultra running

  • They said the 24-hour running record was unbreakable, before Sorokin attempted it
  • Lithuanian holds distance and time records throughout extreme ultra running

Topic |   Extreme fitness
Aleksandr Sorokin after winning Spartathlon, a 246km race from Athens to the location of ancient Sparta, in 2017. Photo: Spartathlon Aleksandr Sorokin after winning Spartathlon, a 246km race from Athens to the location of ancient Sparta, in 2017. Photo: Spartathlon
Aleksandr Sorokin after winning Spartathlon, a 246km race from Athens to the location of ancient Sparta, in 2017. Photo: Spartathlon
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