Oksana Stefanishina from Russia and Andrea De Alessandri from Italy are recognized as the fastest runners at altitude!
The Monte Rosa SkyMarathon, Europe’s highest race, joined forces with the SkyMarathon® - Mt. Elbrus, the highest race in Russia this year. Both races take place at the height of more than 4000 m and are part of the new Sky Summit Trophy series.
Sky Summit Trophy is awarded to the man and woman with the fastest time of the sum of two races. Oksana Stefanishina became the absolute winner of Sky Summit Trophy with total result 12 hours 38 minutes 15 seconds. The final result of Andrea is 15 hours 8 minutes 13 seconds.
Oksana is numerous winner of SkyMarathon® - Mt. Elbrus, previous holder of female world record Azau's glade (2350 m) – Elbrus (5642 m) - Azau (2350 m) within the Red Fox Elbrus Race 2015. This year she overcome a distance of SkyMarathon® - Mt. Elbrus (2350-5642 m) in 4 hours 47 minutes 35 seconds and took the 3rd place. And she took the 5th place on Monte Rosa SkyMarathon with her partner Nadezhda Ermakova with result 7 hours 50 minutes and 40 seconds.
Andrea’s result in SkyMarathon® - Mt. Elbrus - 5 hours 43 minutes 32 seconds, in Monte Rosa SkyMarathon – 9 hours 24 minutes 41 seconds.