Ten-foot waves, icy wind and sea sickness turned Peter Stoychev from the Antarctic into a tough test. On Sunday, Bulgaria won the first swimming marathon on the ice continent.
42-year-old Stoychev finished first in the extreme race, surpassing the kilometer distance with advance in advance of his rivals.
However, it turned out that the trials for him were far from over. On the other hand, the Bulgarians must fight not only with fatigue but also with huge waves and marine diseases.
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In an interview with the battleship captain Alexander Dudov, the situation was revealed: "A strong wind came out at midnight and the waves reached ten meters, made us very careful and entertained, literally fought these huge waves."
"I do not advocate predictions, but I hope that if everything is normal, we will soon reach Cape Horn," Dudov added.