Grigory Korneev has long been known in the world as an excellent freestyler and freerider. He has many victories behind him. Gregory is an excellent instructor who trained a large number of professional athletes. Friends speak of him as a great friend, alpine skiing colleagues as a professional in his field, the family considers him a real family man. All this characterizes Gregory as a good person and professional.
He is from Yekaterinburg. Born September 17, 1984. He studied at a regular secondary school. His parents were fond of mountain sports, and involved their son in this sport. Already at the age of 6, Gregory began to ski. Together with his friend, they rode a small hill in Yekaterinburg. This was his every weekend, until at one moment Gregory became interested in freestyle, thanks to his friend Stas. The athlete realized that the mountains in the Urals had already exhausted themselves, and then he began to be interested in the mountains of the Caucasus and Siberia. But before fully devoting himself to sport, he graduated from the Ural State Pedagogical University in the field of physical geography. Parents fully supported their son in all endeavors and are his loyal fans, and often go with him to the mountains to ski. Continue reading
The path to success from the very beginning was full of difficulties and setbacks, rather it resembled an “obstacle course”, but this did not stop Denis, who continued on his way to the dream, despite all the obstacles.
The beginning of the way.
Denis Leontyev was born in St. Petersburg near the metro station Prospekt Prosvescheniya, at that moment it was the outskirts of the city, he was raised by his mother, who tried to give her son the best. Since childhood, friends called the guy Bonus, a nickname attached to him after winning the machines. Continue reading
For Lizzy Hawker, athletes from Britain, long races can be called the meaning of her life. In this sport, she is considered one of the best in the history of running. Imagine how you can run without stopping for three days. That’s how much and even slightly longer one of the athlete’s marathons lasted when she ran 199 miles, starting from a mountain camp located on Everest (5361 m above sea level) and ending in Kathmandu.
Lizzy Hawker is a multiple award-winning long distance runner. The athlete believed that if something has already begun, then it must be brought to the end, and to do it better than others. So she won the most difficult races, leaving behind her the most famous world athletes. Continue reading