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We congratulate our heroes and will simply sketch the top 5 sports achievements of Roobar’s athletes. We just know that 2018 will be even more interesting and exciting, especially as we’ll be supplying plenty of nutritious fuel.
Boyan Petrov Conquered his 10th Eight-thousander
In September this year, on a second attempt, Boyan conquered his 10th eight-thousander — Dhaulagiri (8 167 m). This was part of his plan to become one of a handful of mountaineers who have climbed all 14 eight-thousanders on Earth.
A little earlier in the year, Boyan conquered his 9th eight-thousander — Gasherbrum II (8 035 m).
For Boyan, there are only 4 eight-thousanders left to go. The next goals of the mountaineer are Shishapangma and Everest.
Krasi Georgiev completed Badwater
During the summer of 2017, Krasi Georgiev completed Badwater — the most difficult ultramarathon in the world. Its name derives from the Bad Water depression situated 86 metres below the sea level where the competition starts. The final point is Whitley Peak (2 548 m). The total length of the route is 135 miles.
Peter Ivanov — Sports Climbing European Youth champion and Olympic Games quota
Peter became the first sports climbing youth champion in the Czech Republic. This year, he became the first Bulgarian to win a quota for the Youth Olympic Games in 2018.
Lyubomir Kostov — pro golfer
This year Lyubo became the first Bulgarian professional golf player. He is currently practicing in Spain in order to prepare for conquering new heights in 2018. Our fingers are crossed! We have every faith in him!
Ilko Iliev – Big Prize at the New York City Drone Film Festival
This year Ilko and the photography director Marin Kafedzhiyski won the biggest prize at the Drone Film Festival with their film 2D Run. With his film, Ilko inspired us all to take a new look at parkour - one of the most progressive and fast developing city sports.