‘Contrast’ Design principle of Graphic Design Ep9/45 [Beginners guide to Graphic Design]

Colorful race: distance of contrasts

Colorful race: distance of contrasts

Photo: Georgy Nikanorov

The route of the 2017 Colorful Race passed around the Luzhniki Olympic Complex along Novoluzhnetskiy Proyezd and Luzhnetskaya embankment.

Participants covered 5 km through four colorful zones.

Colorful race: distance of contrasts

Photo: Georgy Nikanorov

This is an entertaining race where joyful emotions are more important than the finish time. This is why the participants' results were not measured. And the finish of the first three men and the first three women was recorded manually by the judges, - explained the organizers of the race.

Colorful race: distance of contrasts

Photo: Georgy Nikanorov

Stanislav Mokin became the winner of the Colorful Race with a result of 14.35. The second was Pavel Adyshkin -15.19. Third place went to Sergey Konyakin - 15.22.

Colorful race: distance of contrasts

Photo: Georgy Nikanorov

The first among the girls to come to the finish line was Yulia Konyakina with a result of 16.46. The second was Alexandra Pavlyutenkova - 17.24. The third place was taken by Olga Tarantinova - 17.35.

Colorful race: distance of contrasts

Photo: Georgy Nikanorov

Very soon the runners will be able to find their photos in the official gallery. In order to easily find the frames with your participation, you will need to drive in the number with which you entered the start.

Colorful race: distance of contrasts

Photo: Georgy Nikanorov

The event itself became part of a series of races from the organizers of Promsvyazbank of the Moscow Marathon.

Colorful race: distance of contrasts

Photo: Georgy Nikanorov

Nearest races in which you can take part:

Night run - July 15
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Luzhniki Half Marathon - August 13
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Promsvyazbank Moscow Marathon - September 22
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