20 thousand people take part in the Moscow 5-kilometer Marathon race 20 thousand people take part in the Moscow 5-kilometer Marathon race

20 thousand people take part in the Moscow 5-kilometer Marathon race

20 thousand people take part in the Moscow 5-kilometer Marathon race  About 20,000 people participated in the ninth edition of the Moscow Marathon, which was hosted by the Russian capital for the first time over two days.  Today, Sunday, a relay race was held for companies, in addition to a 21.1-kilometer race, while yesterday, Saturday, there was a 5-kilometer race, and another for children.  “In just two days, about 20,000 runners took part in the Moscow Half Marathon,” said Dmitry Tarasov, director of the Moscow Half Marathon. Among them are experienced athletes and amateurs, for whom the “half marathon” is a time of sporting achievements and an opportunity to update their personal record, as well as Beginners, and participation in the Moscow Half Marathon is the first chapter in the history of their participation in the sport of running.         American fighter Brian Battle wins an additional reward of $ 50,000 for a knockout in 13 seconds  American fighter Brian Battle received a financial reward after defeating compatriot Gabriel Green, in the match that brought them together on Saturday evening, in the "UFC on ABC 4" mixed martial arts "MMA" tournament.  Brian Battle needed only 13 seconds to knockout his compatriot on the grounds of the fight, which took place between them in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, in the middle weight category under 77 kg.  Battle received an additional prize of $50,000 for the distinctive knockout that ended the confrontation, in addition to his entitlements from participating in the fight.   Brian Battle, 30, has achieved his tenth victory so far in his professional career, in exchange for two defeats.  On the other hand, Gabriel Green (28 years old) suffered the fifth defeat in his professional career so far, compared to 11 victories.          Russian boxers receive invitations to the European qualifiers for the Olympic Games through Asia  The head of the coaching council of the Russian Boxing Federation Eduard Kravtsov stated that it is easier for Russians to get to the Olympics through Europe than through Asia.  This came in Kravtsov's statements to "TASS" agency today, Monday, where he continued: "Invitations were sent to Albert Patergaziev in the 57 kg weight category, and to Vsevolod Shumkov, and I think they also sent an invitation to Muslim Gadzhimmuhamedov to compete in the qualifiers."  Kravtsov added that the team will wait for the decision to compete in the Asian Games, but at the same time noted that it will be more difficult for Russian boxers to reach the Olympic Games through Asia because the level of competition is higher than in Europe.  The International Olympic Committee had recommended, in February 2022, that Russian and Belarusian athletes not be allowed to compete due to the situation around Ukraine. And on March 4, the International Boxing Federation (IBA) banned Russian athletes from participating in international tournaments under the auspices of the local federation. On October 5, the International Boxing Federation lifted the suspension of Russian and Belarusian boxers, allowing them to compete in the international arena with national symbols.          The former Minister of Sports expresses his opinion on the possibility of allowing Russia to participate in the 2024 Olympics  The former Russian Minister of Sports, Pavel Kolobkov, said that the decision to allow Russia to participate in the 2024 Summer Olympics in the French capital, Paris, cannot be predicted.  "I try not to speculate far into the future. There were a lot of different statements. It was not the first time that Bach spoke about considering the participation of Russian athletes. Let's see what happens. Many, from In principle, they cannot participate, because he will make the choice. Honestly, I don't want to deceive myself. Let's live and see."  It is noteworthy that the Executive Committee of the International Olympic Committee recommended that the international federations allow the Russians who did not support the military operation in Ukraine, as neutral athletes.

About 20,000 people participated in the ninth edition of the Moscow Marathon, which was hosted by the Russian capital for the first time over two days.

Today, Sunday, a relay race was held for companies, in addition to a 21.1-kilometer race, while yesterday, Saturday, there was a 5-kilometer race, and another for children.

“In just two days, about 20,000 runners took part in the Moscow Half Marathon,” said Dmitry Tarasov, director of the Moscow Half Marathon. Among them are experienced athletes and amateurs, for whom the “half marathon” is a time of sporting achievements and an opportunity to update their personal record, as well as Beginners, and participation in the Moscow Half Marathon is the first chapter in the history of their participation in the sport of running. 


American fighter Brian Battle wins an additional reward of $ 50,000 for a knockout in 13 seconds

American fighter Brian Battle received a financial reward after defeating compatriot Gabriel Green, in the match that brought them together on Saturday evening, in the "UFC on ABC 4" mixed martial arts "MMA" tournament.

Brian Battle needed only 13 seconds to knockout his compatriot on the grounds of the fight, which took place between them in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, in the middle weight category under 77 kg.

Battle received an additional prize of $50,000 for the distinctive knockout that ended the confrontation, in addition to his entitlements from participating in the fight. 

Brian Battle, 30, has achieved his tenth victory so far in his professional career, in exchange for two defeats.

On the other hand, Gabriel Green (28 years old) suffered the fifth defeat in his professional career so far, compared to 11 victories.

Russian boxers receive invitations to the European qualifiers for the Olympic Games through Asia

The head of the coaching council of the Russian Boxing Federation Eduard Kravtsov stated that it is easier for Russians to get to the Olympics through Europe than through Asia.

This came in Kravtsov's statements to "TASS" agency today, Monday, where he continued: "Invitations were sent to Albert Patergaziev in the 57 kg weight category, and to Vsevolod Shumkov, and I think they also sent an invitation to Muslim Gadzhimmuhamedov to compete in the qualifiers."

Kravtsov added that the team will wait for the decision to compete in the Asian Games, but at the same time noted that it will be more difficult for Russian boxers to reach the Olympic Games through Asia because the level of competition is higher than in Europe.

The International Olympic Committee had recommended, in February 2022, that Russian and Belarusian athletes not be allowed to compete due to the situation around Ukraine. And on March 4, the International Boxing Federation (IBA) banned Russian athletes from participating in international tournaments under the auspices of the local federation. On October 5, the International Boxing Federation lifted the suspension of Russian and Belarusian boxers, allowing them to compete in the international arena with national symbols.


The former Minister of Sports expresses his opinion on the possibility of allowing Russia to participate in the 2024 Olympics

The former Russian Minister of Sports, Pavel Kolobkov, said that the decision to allow Russia to participate in the 2024 Summer Olympics in the French capital, Paris, cannot be predicted.

"I try not to speculate far into the future. There were a lot of different statements. It was not the first time that Bach spoke about considering the participation of Russian athletes. Let's see what happens. Many, from In principle, they cannot participate, because he will make the choice. Honestly, I don't want to deceive myself. Let's live and see."

It is noteworthy that the Executive Committee of the International Olympic Committee recommended that the international federations allow the Russians who did not support the military operation in Ukraine, as neutral athletes.
 

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