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Kseniya Shoygu

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Kseniya Shoygu
BornKseniya Sergeevna Shoygu
(1991-01-10) 10 January 1991 (age 29)
Moscow, Russia
🏳️ Nationality
🎓 Alma materMoscow State Institute of International Relations
💼 Occupation
economist
👴 👵 Parent(s)Sergey Shoygu
Irina Shoygu
🌐 Websitehttps://heroleague.ru/about/ks.php

Kseniya Sergeevna Shoygu (Russian: Ксения Сергеевна Шойгу, born 10 January 1991 in Moscow, Russia) - a founder and head of HeroRace.

Biography[edit]

Kseniya Shoygu was born on January 10th 1991 in Moscow in the family of Sergey Shoygu and businessman Irina Antipina. In 2013, she graduated from Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO). During her education at the MGIMO, Ksenia studied International economic relations[1]. She chose the topic of the dissertation «Foreign direct investment». Kseniya gives a course of lectures for graduate students of MGIMO (U) MFA of Russia.

Kseniya stands at the origins of the OCR movement in Russia[2].

In 2013, Kseniya organized the first obstacle race in Russia HeroRace together with her friends. The race covers two different location types: military training grounds (under the auspices of the Russian Ministry of Defense) and civil locations. Its program also includes special corporate days, encouraging the fee-based participation of business community representatives.

During the leadership of Kseniya Shoygu, the sporting event reached the national and international level: HeroRace was first held in Azerbaijan[3][4] and Germany [5].

Successful holding of the HeroRace led to the creation of the HeroLeague team by Kseniya Shoygu, which is developing and promoting amateur and professional sports in Russia[6]. Among the most popular sporting events are the various formats of HeroRace: the first All-Russian half-marathon with a synchronous start «Zabeg» and obstacle course «Arena of Heroes» [7].

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  1. "Kseniya Shoygu about active rest in Russia. National interests". www.niros.ru. Retrieved 2018-11-06.
  2. Ямайская, Майя (2018-11-06). "Ксения Шойгу. Увлечение, которое стало делом всей жизни" (in русский).
  3. "Азербайджанские "Гонки героев": участники смогут многое узнать о своем организме" (in русский). Sputnik Azerbaijan. 2018-08-31.
  4. "В Баку впервые пройдет экстремальное соревнование "Гонки героев" - ФОТО" (in русский). Day.Az. 2017-08-23.
  5. ""Гонка героев" идет в Евросоюз" (in русский). RIA Novosti. 2018-01-21.
  6. "Лига Героев — это" (in русский). heroleague.ru. 2018-11-06.
  7. "Участникам "Арены Героев" в Москве предстоит освоить подвесные рукоходы и полет на канате". TASS. 2018-11-06.

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