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Saturday, April 14, 2018

Swimming In St. Petersburg

Courtesy of Global Swim Series, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Kotlin Race (Swimming Marathon St. Petersburg - Kronstadt) is a 25 km marathon swim in Russia that offers a unique time trial format.

The Global Swim Series event takes place in the historic and cultural capital of Russia, Saint Petersburg and starts in St. Petersburg in the Gulf of Finland and finishes in the port city of Kronstadt on Kotlin Island.

The format is a series of time trial solo swims throughout the summer season from May 15th to September 15th that are compared and ranked at the end of the season.

The record-holder is 30-year-old Dmitri Evsjukov who set the record of 6 hours 5 minutes in 2015.

For more information, visit here and here.

The finishers include:

June 28th 2017: Albert Zaripov (25, Russia) + Victoria Vasilyeva (30, Russia) in 8 hours 41 minutes 54 seconds

September 9th 2016: Marco Henrik (41, Germany) 7 hours 45 minutes 0 seconds

September 5th 2016: Denis Demenkov (26, Russia) + Irina Lisichkina (40, Russia) + Yuri Kuporov (53, Russia) 12 hours 37 minutes 43 seconds

September 2nd 2016: Anna Terekhina (36, Russia) + Ilham Mamedov (42, Russia) + Ekaterina Shcherbenko (42, Russia) 11 hours 16 minutes 21 seconds

August 14th 2016: Maxim Maltsev (35, Russia) 10 hours 14 minutes 4 seconds

July 26th 2016: Andrey Borodin (41, Russia) 10 hours 20 minutes 5 seconds

July 18th 2016: Oleg Dmitriev (53, Russia) 8 hours 38 minutes 35 seconds

August 24th 2015: Aleksej Serjodkin (33, Russia) 8 hours 14 minutes 44 seconds

August 21st 2015: Aleksandr Detkovskiy (26, Russia) 8 hours 8 minutes 21 seconds

August 21st 2015: Sergej Kikonov (25, Russia) 8 hours 6 minutes 56 seconds

August 19th 2015: Oleg Dmitriev (53, Russia) + Anton Tychkin (38, Russia) + Yulia Osipova (30, Russia) 9 hours 34 minutes 30 seconds

August 15th 2015: Valery Leschanov (36, Russia) + Ilya Evdakimov + Denis Sokolov 8 hours 36 minutes 17 seconds

August 14th 2015: Maxim Maltsev (35, Russia) + Anton Platunov (33, Russia) 10 hours 39 minutes 13 seconds

August 7th 2015: Aleksej Mikhajlusov (21, Russia) 7 hours 50 minutes 17 seconds

August 7th 2015: Marina Ivanova (27, Russia) + Anna Striganova (20, Russia) + Tatiana Stolyarenko (24, Russia) 7 hours 49 minutes 59 seconds

July 17th 2015: Dmitri Petrov (31, Russia) 9 hours 59 minutes 17 seconds

July 17th 2015: Valerija Birilko (24, Russia) 10 hours 0 minutes 13 seconds

July 17th 2015: Aleksandra Romanina (28, Russia) 9 hours 58 minutes 25 seconds

July 16th 2015: Vladimir Kostecki (54, Russia) + Alexander Vorobyov (23, Russia) + Timofey Rodchenko (34, Russia) 9 hours 51 minutes 25 seconds

July 11th 2015: Leonid Korobejnikov (27, Russia) 7 hours 25 minutes 33 seconds

July 10th 2015: Dmitri Evsjukov (30, Russia) 6 hours 5 minutes 24 seconds

July 25th 2014: Dzmitry Yahorau (27, Russia) 9 hours 23 minutes 43 seconds

July 25th 2014: Sergej Kikonov (25, Russia) + Maria Shirokikh (27, Russia) + Alexander Levchuk (29, Russia) 9 hours 23 minutes 15 seconds

July 25th 2014: Mikhail Galuzin (26, Russia) + Andrei Grachev (28, Russia) + Kirill Smirnov (43, Russia) 9 hours 23 minutes 15 seconds

July 8th 2014: Dmitri Petrov (31, Russia) + Maxim Maltsev (35, Russia) + Aleksey Gavrilov (39, Russia) 9 hours 23 minutes 15 seconds

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