Ultramarathon runner's visit: how Aleksandr Kaper visits Kazan on his way from Moscow to Beijing

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Russian runner and traveller Aleksandr Kaper who is performing a marathon of 8,000 km en route Moscow-Beijing became a participant of a press conference in Kazan on 28 March and went to Naberezhnye Chelny. The athlete is going to arrive there on 3 April.

Kaper started the marathon in the Red Square in Moscow on 4 March. The traveller is going to be in Beijing on 19 September. So, the marathon will take 200 days/ One can follow the movement of the runner online and find photos and videos from the distance on Moscow-Beijing: Towards Future's website.

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