Famous Belarusian athlete Vyacheslav Khoroneko set three world records at a run at Mogilev State Kuleshov University on October 25. He raised a 16-kg weight for 520 times in ten minutes. By the way, the previous record - 508 times - was set on June 22 in a live television broadcast of "Kontury" on ONT.
Mogilev strongman Vitaly Sitnikov set new world record in extreme weight-lifting during celebrations held on December 13 to mark the 40th birthday of JSC "Mogotex". The information was provided by a representative of the Russian Committee on world records registration and Interstrong International Club of record holders, the Guinness Book record holder Alexander Bendikov.
Mogilev strongman Vitaly Sitnikov is going to beat several world records on December 13, sports and tourism department of Mogilev region executive committee informed.
October, 8-13 Mogilev hosts the International Music Festival “Golden Hit”. The festival is going to sell over 16 thousand tickets. The number sets the record of all the festival’s history. The information is announced by the deputy chairman of Mogilev regional executive committee Valery Malashko at the press-conference.
Absolute temperature record (+27.6 degrees Celsius) was registered on May 12 in Mogilev region. The previous record (+26 degrees Celsius) was witnessed on May 12 in 1975.
The Belarusian strongman Vyacheslav Khoroneko dedicated his new extreme record to the 20th anniversary of the Border Services Institute. Within two minutes he pushed a 24-kg dumbbell while doing the splits. This time he beat his previous record set on June 14, 2011 by 1 push. The record was registered by specialists of the International Gira Sport Federation.
For an hour Vitaly Sitnikov lifted a weight with a free change of hands. The weight was of 24 kg. The sportsmen lifted it 1,723 times. The result exceeds the world’s record set by him in 2006 when he lifted a weight 85 times.
Belarus’ temperature record-2012 of minus 34.8 degrees was fixed in February in Klichev. The information is provided by Dmitry Ryabov, the head of meteorological forecast service of the National Meteorology Centre.
Oxana Menkova, an Olympic champion of Beijing-2008, set a new Belarus record for hammer throwing (78.69 m) during International track-and-field championship held in Minsk to commemorate the Belarusian athletes. This year it has been the second time when the sportswoman renewed the national record.
June, 12 Oksana Menkova, the winner of the Olympics-2008, took part in the athletics tournament for Olympic champions’ prizes to repeat her record in hammer throwing. The result she showed at the Staiki tournament is 78 m 19 cm repeats her achievement dated by April, 29. Elena Matoshko got a silver medal (76 m 56 cm), Olga Tsander – a bronze medal (70 m 33 cm).
During the 22nd specialized exposition “Belagro-2012”a new extreme record was set up by a Bobruisk strongman Vyacheslav Khoroneko. According to the sportsman, within three minutes he made 11 backflips holding a 24-kg weight.
Oxana Menkova from Mogilev, Olympic champion of 2008, set new Belarus’ record in hammer throwing. At the tournament for the prizes of the USSR Merited Coach Eugenie Shukevich Oxana Menkova threw the hummer to 78.19 m. This is the world’s best result of the season.
A six-hour marathon in weight lifting will be held on September 25 at the stage of “Mogilev metallurgic plant”; it’s dedicated to Vitali Sitnikov’s attempt to set a new record. The repeated world record-holder from Mogilev will be lifting a 24-kg weight non-stop during six hours.