New World Record at 100 km 06:05:41 by Alexandr Sorokin

Alexandr Sorokin set a new world record for the 100km distance at Centurion Running in the UK.
Robert Hajnal

Alexandr Sorokin from Lithuania sets a new world record for the 100km distance.

He ran this distance in 06:05:41 in the Centurion running event. The old record was 6:09:14 and belonged to Nao Kazami.

About a year ago in CarbonX, Jim Walmsley missed this record by less than 10 seconds.

Alexandr Sorokin is also the world record holder for the 24-hour run, running 309.4 kilometres at the end of August 2021.

Romania’s record holder for the 100 kilometres belongs to Iulian Filipov

He ran the 100-kilometer distance in 06:41. Like Sorokin, Iulian also holds the national 24-hour running record with a distance of 277.47km.

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