‘Disqualified’ for secretly riding a car at UK ultramarathon

A Scottish runner Jacqueschi

was disqualified for driving his car around the course at an ultra marathon in England.

According to the British media BBC on the morning of the 19th (Korean time), Scotland’s Joasia Zakseski (47, photo) participated in an ultra marathon running 50 miles (about 80.5 km) from Manchester to Liverpool on the 8th and finished third. occupied However, Zaksesky was disqualified after being caught driving a car for 2.5 miles (4 km). According to GPX data, it was confirmed that Zakseski ran at a speed of 35 miles per hour, which 메이저놀이터exceeded human limits in certain sections. A record that he ran a mile in 1 minute and 40 seconds was also presented as evidence. It is faster than Usain Bolt (Jamaica, retired) of ‘Lightning’, the king of sprints. Adrian Stott, fellow ultramarathon runner, said: “Zaksesky returned home from Australia the night before the race and was very tired, and he is sincerely reflecting on what happened.” The competition started at 6 a.m. local time.

In the Taipei Ultra Marathon held in Taiwan last February, he ran 255 miles (411.5 km) in 48 hours, setting a new world record in this category.

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