Sergey Ustyugov won the 50 km freestyle race at the Yugra Ski Marathon
Khanty-Mansiysk, April 8, 2023, 13:17 — REGNUM On April 8, in Khanty-Mansiysk, a 50-kilometer race was held as part of the Yugra ski marathon. The Olympic champion won Sergey Ustyugov.
Ustyugov covered the distance in 1 hour 49 minutes 44 seconds. The second place was taken by the three-time bronze medalist of the Olympic Games in biathlon. Eduard Latypov, he showed a result of 1 hour 52 minutes 2 seconds. The bronze medalist of the 2019 Biathlon World Championship came third to the finish line Nikita Porshnev with a result of 1 hour 54 minutes 10 seconds.
It is noteworthy that today, April 8, Ustyugov turned 31 years old. He is the champion of the Beijing Games in the relay, and in 2017 he won two world championship golds. He also has four silver and one bronze medals at the world championships.
As reported IA REGNUM26 March Ustyugov became the winner of the mass start at a distance of 50 kilometers in the classical style at the Russian championship in cross-country skiing. The Russian championship was held in Tyumen. On March 18, at the same championship, Ustyugov won the classic sprint.