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An athlete from St. Petersburg was the first in Russia to move a high-speed train by 1.5 meters
An athlete from St. Petersburg was the first in Russia to move a high-speed train by 1.5 meters
<p><strong>GENICHESK. TAVRIA</strong>. Denis Vovk, an athlete from St. Petersburg, was the first in Russia to move a high-speed Sapsan train weighing 650 tons by 1.5 meters.</p> <p>The athlete told <a href="https://tass.ru/sport/20733703">TASS</a> that he initially planned to be able to move the train by about 3 meters, but failed a little bit.</p> <blockquote> <p>"Considering that in 2021 I did not move it at all by a centimeter, then this is, of course, a good result," he said.</p> </blockquote> <p>Vovk added that he plans to submit his result to the Guinness Book of Records, since previously none of the Russian athletes had tried to move a train with such a mass alone.</p> <p>Earlier he managed to manually tow the Lastochka train and an airplane weighing more than 32 tons at Sochi airport.</p>
<p><strong>GENICHESK. TAVRIA</strong>. Denis Vovk, an athlete from St. Petersburg, was the first in Russia to move a high-speed Sapsan train weighing 650 tons by 1.5 meters.</p> <p>The athlete told <a href="https://tass.ru/sport/20733703">TASS</a> that he initially planned to be able to move the train by about 3 meters, but failed a little bit.</p> <blockquote> <p>"Considering that in 2021 I did not move it at all by a centimeter, then this is, of course, a good result," he said.</p> </blockquote> <p>Vovk added that he plans to submit his result to the Guinness Book of Records, since previously none of the Russian athletes had tried to move a train with such a mass alone.</p> <p>Earlier he managed to manually tow the Lastochka train and an airplane weighing more than 32 tons at Sochi airport.</p>
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GENICHESK. TAVRIA. Denis Vovk, an athlete from St. Petersburg, was the first in Russia to move a high-speed Sapsan train weighing 650 tons by 1.5 meters.

The athlete told TASS that he initially planned to be able to move the train by about 3 meters, but failed a little bit.

"Considering that in 2021 I did not move it at all by a centimeter, then this is, of course, a good result," he said.

Vovk added that he plans to submit his result to the Guinness Book of Records, since previously none of the Russian athletes had tried to move a train with such a mass alone.

Earlier he managed to manually tow the Lastochka train and an airplane weighing more than 32 tons at Sochi airport.


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