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Skier Ustyugov wins the 50km race in classic style as part of the Russian Championship

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Olympic champion Sergey Ustyugov At the Russian Ski Championships in Tyumen, he won the 50 km collective ascent in classic style.

The athlete, who created a space for himself from the first kilometers of the distance, gave himself a one-minute advantage at the end of the race. Despite changing skis several times, Ustyugov covered the distance in 2 hours 14 minutes 16.3 seconds.

Olympic champion placed second Alexey Chervotkin With a delay of 1 minute 21.5 seconds. Top three closed three-time Olympic champion Alexander Bolshakov, He lost 2 minutes 42.2 seconds to Ustyugov.

It was previously reported that Russian biathlete Eduard Latypov won the 12.5km pursuit race. The competition was held in Tyumen as part of the Sixth round of the Commonwealth Cup.

Source: Riafan

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