Schrack Seconet supports world record project
From Moscow to Vladivostok by bike within 24 hours non-stop: Race across Russia 2014.
RARU 2014 is a World Record Project, a race against the time, non-stop, 24 hours per day. At RARU 2014 two Triathletes, one Austrian and one Russian will manage the 9200 km, each of them 12 hours per day.
Schrack Seconet is happy to support this exciting project as technology partner.
Race across Russia 2014 - ein neuer Weltrekord.
After the successful project RARU 2013, when 4 Austrian bikers drove the 9208 km non-stop from Moscow Red Square to Vladivostok to the FEFU University on Russky Island in 13 days 2 hours and 59 minutes, this year the next challenge will be taken.
RARU 2014 is a World Record Project, a race against the time, non-stop, 24 hours per day. At RARU 2014 two Triathletes, the Austrian Andreas Fuchs and the Russian Anatoly Nesterov, will manage the 9200 km within 14 days, each of them 12 hours per day.
They will start on July 22nd at 6:00 a.m. at Red Square in Moscow.
You can find more information about this project under the following link:
At the successful press conference in Hotel Nikolskaya in Moscow the head of our representative office in Russia Larissa Kirsch took part as well and was happy to present Schrack Seconet as a partner of the project. Numerous representatives of TV and press, interesting interviews, many questions as well as the highly motivated Anatly Nesterov characterised the successful event.
In the big docu "Race across Russia" on July 8th at 8:45 p.m. on ORF Sport+ you will get more information about the race and the two athletes.
As well on ORF TVthek: http://tvthek.orf.at/live/Dokumentation-Race-Across-Russia/8149836
Anatoly Nesterov at the Press Conference in Moscow
Head of the Russian representative office of Schrack Seconet: Larissa Kirsch