The Arctic Marathon is one of the world’s most remote competitions, and try to complete 26.2 mi (42.2km ) at zero.
On April 13th, the 17th annual marathon of Arctic will further meet the marathon, fresh earth. Marathon Bill’s Arctic and Russian Real Estate Rafting Camp of Arctic Ice Screens, located in Arctic floating.
The athletes must be resistant to the average temperature of -25c to -30c along the irregular soil of the solid ice, to complete the 4.2 km of circular route, must be replaced 10 times to end the game.
The first competition of the Arctic Marathon was held on April 5, 2002. At that time, the Irish Taoist Charde Donoumban covered 26 miles (42 km) standard marathon from 3:48:12.
So far, 552 people from 55 countries have completed this event. The record of men was held by the Irish corridor Thomas Maquer, who completed 3:36:10 in 2007.
In 2014, the woman engraved by Germany Anne-Mary Flamsfield, 4:52:45 at the time of the game.
The oldest person completes the marathon competition is Michel Ringet, who has been executed at the 2016 2016 Arctic Marathon Contest.
What did the marathon do to your body?
During the marathon, a person has experienced some physiological changes. Ordinary people burn approximately 2,600 calories, approximately 40,000 steps, and decreased between three and six liters of sweat during the game.
With the heat generated from the muscles, the body temperature of a person will also increase.
According to the International Medical Research Magazine, during the marathon, the excessive tension on the disk of the spinal spine is temporarily lost to a height of about 1.25 cm or half inch.
But not desperate, running also increases the release of endorphin and serotonin, which can increase emotions and well-being.
The Arctic Marathon is particularly challenging and gives extreme temperatures.
Based on the racing organizers, the best way to prepare for this activity is to train under cold and snow.
At a cold temperature, the flow path performance will be affected by the decrease in muscle strength and increased heart rate.
The fastest marathon athlete
in the world In 2018, Kenyan Runners Eliud Kipchoge recorded the world record for the marathon competition, completed the Marathon in Berlin 2 hours, 1 minute and 39 seconds.
Among the five fastest male marathon athletes, three from Ethiopia and Kenya.
Kenya Brigid Kosgei organized the fastest woman completed, in 2019 at 02:14:04 Hold Chicago Marathon.
This 25-year-old advance, British Marathon Runner Paula Radcliffes 2003 02:15:25 Register the London Marathon Competition.
Among the five fastest marathon athletes, four are Kenya, one is a Briton.
Marath paid attention to 2022
About 800 marathon maintained around the world. The largest and most recognized marathon competition is six in the Marathon World Series, composed of Tokyo, Boston, London, Berlin, Chicago and New York Marathon.
Thousands of people run the challenge of the marathon every year, but the challenge of commanding a marathon at the top of the world is for some choices.