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Rostec Demino ski marathon FIS/Worldloppet 2020 -


* The biggest ski marathon in Russia


* 3rd Free Technique ski marathon in the world by number of finishers


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Максим Московский RUS 18.01
Максим Суняев RUS 18.01
Алексей Тропин RUS 18.01
Никита Нестеров RUS 18.01
Андрей Савкин RUS 18.01
Владимир Гаврилов RUS 18.01
Никита Синицын RUS 18.01
Николай Басай RUS 18.01
Надежда Белкина RUS 18.01
Марк Кихтенко RUS 18.01
Валентина Терехова RUS 18.01
Андрей Дашин RUS 18.01
Кристина Корчажкина RUS 18.01
Дарья Мусенова RUS 18.01
Артур Сергеев RUS 18.01
Илья Соколов RUS 18.01
Сергей Жигалов RUS 18.01
Виталий Назаров RUS 18.01
Игорь Леоненко RUS 18.01
Александр Григорьев RUS 18.01
Татьяна Заболотная RUS 18.01
Никита Полозов RUS 18.01
Полина Смирнова RUS 18.01
Дмитрий Самойлов RUS 18.01
Евгений Шмойлов RUS 18.01


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    Running half marathon

    XI Traditional Demino cross-country running half-marathon 2020.

    1st stage of Demino marathons Super Cup Powerup 2020-2021

    Light Trail cross

    III Salomon Demino running trail.

    2nd stage of Demino marathons Super Cup Powerup 2020-2021
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    XIV Traditional International DEMINO SKI MARATHON FIS/ WORLDLOPPET 2021.

    Registration for Rostec Demino ski marathon Worldloppet will start on November 1, 2020

    Marathon Cup

    Demino marathons Super Cup Powerup 2020-2021.
    21/08/2012 Over half a metre of new snow late last week has set up very good conditions for next Saturday's Kangaroo Hoppet

    The 2012 Australian Open and Junior Championships for cross country skiing finished up this weekend August 18-19 at Falls Creek.The races were also part of the FIS Australia – New Zealand Cup (ANC) and a high quality international field was in attendance, with athletes competing from Russia, Czech, Sweden and Venezuela.In the open men’s events Russian athletes filled the podium on both days, lead by world #5 Alexander Legkov. In the women’s open events local Mt Beauty skier Esther Bottomley won the Sprint on Saturday, then took third place in the 10km Freestyle on Sunday behind Maria Graefnings from Sweden and Marina Chernousova from Russia.

    Over half a metre of snow fell at Falls Creek in the week leading into the races, but then the weather eased up on the weekend to provide great racing conditions. The races were organised by the local Birkebeiner Nordic Ski Club, who also run the Kangaroo Hoppet international ski marathon on at Falls Creek next Saturday August 25.

    The A-final of men’s Classic Sprint on Saturday was an all international affair, with Legkov winning ahead of team-mates Ilia Chernousov and Ivan Alypov after a close battle with Dusan Kozicek from the Czech Republic. The Australian title was determined
    in the B-Final; Callum Watson from Sydney claiming the line honours ahead of Mark van der Ploeg from Canberra.Two-time Winter Olympian Bottomley won the Sprint qualifying time trial convincingly, then held on in the A-final ahead of Graefnings and another Mt Beauty local Anna Trnka. As the highest ranked U20 junior in the open final Trnka was the Australian Junior Champion. The male Australian Junior Champion was Alasdair Tutt from Wangaratta.

    In the 15km Freestyle on Sunday Legkov and Chernousov blew the men’s field away, Legkov finishing 30 seconds ahead of his team-mate but over three minutes ahead of the first Australian Alex Almoukov from Berridale. Similarly Graefnings dominated
    the women’s 10km Freestyle, nearly two minutes ahead of second placed Marina Chernousova of Russia and three minutes up on Bottomley.In the junior classes Damon Morton from Marlo was the first U20 junior in the 15km and Lucy Glanville from Sydney the first U20 junior in the 10km.
    A small Russian team of five athletes and three support staff have been training at Falls Creek since the start of August, and stay through until the Kangaroo Hoppet.

    Over half a metre of new snow late last week has set up very good conditions for next Saturday"s Kangaroo Hoppet, with a metre of packed snow in the start/ finish area and very good cover around the course. Skiers on the start line will be representing 26 nations across six continents.Falls Creek Nordic Bowl, the home of the Kangaroo Hoppet, hosted the Australian 10/15km (free technique) Championships last Sunday, giving spectators a preview of next weekend"s Hoppet action with Russian Alexander Legkov and Swede Maria Graefnings now strong favourites to win next weekend.