How Sania Sorokin broke his own 100 mile and 12 hour world records, by training in Kenya

Sania Sorokin broke two world records in one run by training in Kenya, running 300km a week and credits the professionalism and coronavirus pandemic with giving him more time to train.The Lithuanian runner covered 100 miles (161km) in 10 hours, 51 minutes and 39 seconds. The 40-year-old was running loops of a 1.46km track in Tel Aviv, Israel, during the Spartanion event. After bagging the world record, he continued on and broke another record – the furthest distance run in 12 hours, at 111.24…


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