Volha Mazuronak survived a horrendous nose bleed and a wrong turn at the finish to win a thrilling European Championship women’s marathon. Jakob Ingebrigtsen, 17, wins 5,000m gold less than a
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After nose bleeds and a wrong turn, Volha Mazuronak pulls off an incredible win in the marathon at the European Championships
His time, after all, was just 100sec from the holy grail of distance running: the sub-two-hour marathon. Suddenly the pipe dream did not look so potty.
Belarus’ gold medal winner Volha Mazuronak is stained with blood after nosebleed which started just 30 minutes into the European Championship women’s marathon in Berlin, Germany.
Mazuronak almost took a wrong turn with less than a mile to go but held on to win She also nearly took a wrong turn with less than a mile to go in the race but held on for victory.
Volha Mazuronak overcomes nosebleed to win European marathon Mazuronak took the wrong direction at a sharp turn and had to belatedly readjust, allowing the Frenchwoman to get back on terms
Volha Mazuronak, a 29-year-old runner from Belarus, was 30 minutes into the Berlin-based race when a nosebleed broke out, according to The Guardian. Blood covered her face, hands, and torso. Blood
Running more than 42 kilometres to win a marathon at a major championships is challenging enough, but Volha Mazuronak did so while covered in blood from a bleeding nose.
Belarusian Volha Mazuronak overcame a nasty nosebleed and almost getting lost to win a thrilling women’s marathon at the European athletics championships in Berlin on Sunday.
Belarussian Volha Mazuronak wins the marathon at the European Championships despite brutal nosebleeds and almost taking a wrong turn hundreds of metres from the finish.
Aug 13, 2018 · Mazuronak, who finished fifth in the women’s marathon at the 2016 Rio Olympics, recorded a time of two hours, 26 minutes and 22 seconds to claim gold in Berlin. Category Sports
Volha Mazuronak (Belarusian: Вольга Мазуронак; born 14 April 1989) is a Belarusian long-distance runner and former racewalker. She is a three-time national champion.  She had a marathon best of 2:23:54 and was fourth at the London Marathon in 2016.
Volha Mazuronak was crowned European marathon champion after surviving a severe nosebleed and a wrong turn at the finish. The Belarusian, who was fifth in the Rio Olympics, took part in the thrilling race along with fifty-six women from 20 countries.