Aleksandr Sorokin wants to become the first man to run 200 miles in 24 hours

After demolishing his previous 24-hour world record at the IAU 24-hour European Championships, the 40-year-old ultrarunner says there’s much more to come

Aleksandr Sorokin breaks 100K world record

Sorokin ran 6:05:41, averaging an insane pace of 3:39 per kilometre

How does Aleksandr Sorokin train for 100-mile world records?

Sorokin’s base mileage sits around 200 kilometres per week, with his peak training weeks hitting 300 kilometres