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Dmitry Erokhin was born on 1 November, 1979 in Novokuznetsk, Russia, is a Lawyer. At 41 years old, Dmitry Erokhin height is 6 ft 4 in (193.0 cm).

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Occupation Lawyer
Dmitry Erokhin Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 1 November 1979
Birthday 1 November
Birthplace Novokuznetsk, Russia
Nationality Moscow

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Dmitry Erokhin Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Dmitry Erokhin worth at the age of 43 years old? Dmitry Erokhin’s income source is mostly from being a successful Lawyer. He is from Moscow. We have estimated Dmitry Erokhin's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

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In the spring of 2019, Dmitry plans to run an ultra-marathon across Bashkortostan, Russia. The planned route lies from the northernmost point of this region (the village of Baysarovo, Yanaulsky District) to its southernmost point (the village of Kuzhanak, Zianchurinsky District) — a total of 677 km. This event will be timed to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Bashkortostan. Bashkortostan's Ministry of Sport plays an active role in planning this event.


As for the end of 2016, Dmitry Erokhin took part in 46 marathons and a number of ultramarathons. On January 1, 2017 he took part in a Moscow parkrun and the III Moscow New Year Marathon under the motto "Feel the most senseless day of the year with the sense". He has been keeping the custom of the New Year celebration in running since 2009 and popularizing road running as the alternative to copious dinners.

The main goals of 2017 for Erokhin are the Sakhara race (accomplished in March), Everest race (accomplished in May), 1200-km Sakhalin race (August) and an ultramarathon across Golden Ring of Russia which passed through eight cities.


On July 1, 2016 Erokhin moved by ferry from the village Listvyanka, Irkutskiy District to Port Baika,l where he began his race. He had consultants, financial support and an escorting group with a cat and catamaran. Another extreme sportsman, Alexander Soldatov, took part similarly with Erokhin, using a kayak. However, most of his race Erokhin spent alone with a map, compass and satellite phone. He had a snack only once a day and he could meet the group only in the evenings. He spent nights at touristic bases or camping places. The progress of Erokhin's expedition was available on the Internet at the site Iridium360.

The Baikal Ultramarathon of 2016 was positioned by Erokhin as a Wiki-expedition. Multiple images were made during this expedition and uploaded to the Wikimedia Commons, and different articles on the theme of Baikal were created and completed. In September 2016 Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales at his meeting with Moscow Wikipedians told about Erokhin's expedition to the Baikal Lake and invited him for the round table of the visit's organizers. In August 2017 Erokhin took part in a Wiki-expedition through Sakhalin Island (from the north to the south, 1200 km in 19 days).


In 2015 Erokihn created the idea of the summer Three Sisters Ultramarathon and took part in it. The idea of the marathon is the similar start of Russian, Ukrainian and Belorussian athletes from Moscow, Kiev and Minsk respectively to reach the Three Sisters Memorial located in the tripoint of three states' borders. The next race took part in 2016, but without Erokhin, who was preparing for his next ambitious project, running around the Baikal Lake. The distance was from 1400 to 2000 km (regarding from occasions), the term was 50 days.


Dmitry Erokhin took part in a charity race before the start of the 2014 Winter Olympics. This race from Moscow to Sochi was dedicated to the fight against stroke, and its main goal was to collect 100 roubles for a social commercial for ORBI foundation, whose president Darya Lisichenko is also fond of marathon running. The race was announced by the biggest media agencies, and crowdfunding platform began gathering the finances:

Erokhin started on January 7, 2014 in 10:00 (Moscow time) at the road sign of Zero kilometre on the Red Square. Everyone might support him, and some runners joined him at the very beginning of the race. During the whole distance Erokhin was escorted by his friend Alexey Merkulov who drove the car. Other runners joined Erokhin and Merkulov, and some of them ran dozens of kilometres.

According to the schedule, Erokhin was to run from 55 to 60 km a day and finish in Sochi in 30 days on February 7 exactly at the 2014 Winter Olympics opening ceremony. The main part of the distance was run along the M4 Don highway. Erokhin passed 1376 km in 23 days and on 29 January he was in Krasnodar. He managed to visit Lipetsk, Voronezh and Rostov-on-Don while housing in hotels, publishing photos from his route on Instagram and giving interviews to journalists. He took some more days to reach Sochi, the goal of his race. Erokhin sometimes ran 80 or 90 km per day, so he finished on February 2 in the microdistrict Magri, at the administrative border of Sochi, the city of the 2014 Winter Olympics. He ran more than 1700 km, and on February 8 more than 130 thousand Russian roubles were gathered.

In October 2014 Dmitry Erokhin ran 350 km along the shore of the Issyk-Kul Lake for supporting the Kyrgyz foundation for the fight against childhood cancer.


The biggest and the most difficult of Erokhin's challenges in meaning of ambitious task and sports self-realization, from his personal opinion, was Marathon des Sables in Sahara in April 2013. He began his preparations for Marathon des Sables in winter when the temperature was from -10 to -15 °C. The race in Sahara had to take 6 days, the distance was about 230 kilometres (140 mi) and the temperature was from +30 to +50 °C. The competition planners provided all the participants with water, but the other equipment (including food and clothes, sleeping bags or tents) had to be carried in runners' rucksacks.

The minimal goal set by Erokhin was to get into top 100 finishers, and his maximal goal was to get into the top 50. The contents of the rucksack were prepared for six stages, but Erokhin made a serious mistake when he chose lard as the main source of calories. The lard melted on the second day of the race, so he had to finish the distance while being hungry. Fortunately, another Russian participant, Vladimir Voloshin, shared his pack of energy gel and two cereal candy bars with Erokhin. Erokhin finished in 43rd place, and this result became the best among all seven Russian ultramarathon runners of Marathon des Sables 2013. Erokhin commented his result:


In 2012 he was awarded as author of the biggest number of articles (4294 created pages). He has been a Wikipedia popularizer since 2015 thanks to giving comments about free encyclopedia work principles to the media and telling about his participation in Wikipedia.


Thanks to the same book, Erokhin got involved in ultramarathon races: in April 2009 he debuted in the 100 km Running Russian Championship in Pushchino, Moscow Oblast. He came in 8th place and met the champion Vsevolod Hudyakov. Hudyakov has been Erokhin's coach since 2009.

Dmitry Erokhin has been an active Russian Wikipedia user since 2009 (nickname Erokhin). He began more than 5300 articles.


Erokhin realized his propensity to extreme sports and took an interest in trail running. In July 2008 he took part in first cross country running race at the Konzhak-XIII fell running marathon in the Northern Ural. The first ultramarathon distance ran by Erokhin was the Salomon Race Karpatia 2012 in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, Ukraine. He took part in this because there had not been any similar competitions in Russia yet.


In the summer of 2006 Dmitry Erokhin began running. He has said that he became involved in sports thanks to the book Running for Help by Andrey Chirkov. The author described 100 days of preparation for his first marathon:


There is a tradition in the United States and Europe: a sportsman's any serious races must be arranged for supporting charity idea close to his ideals. So I decided to dedicate my race to the fight against the stroke. I know how serious this problem is both in Russia and the whole world. Moreover, any running is very good prophylaxis of stroke, and the foundation helps to people who suffered from this disease. One can compare my race with recovery after the stroke: this is a daily monotonous work when you overcome yourself, do not dare yourself to retreat from your goal and surely believe in your victory.


Dmitry Yurievich Erokhin (Russian: Дмитрий Юрьевич Ерохин , pronounced [ˈdmʲitrʲɪj ˈjurʲjɪvʲɪt͡ɕ jɪˈroxʲɪn] ; born 1 November 1979 in Novokuznetsk) is a Russian ultramarathon and trail runner, amateur sports person and a public figure. He is known as a road running sports popularizer, healthy lifestyle promoter and Russian Wikimedia personality.

Dmitry Erokhin was born in Novokuznetsk, Kemerovo Oblast in 1979. He is currently a resident of Moscow district Golyanovo. He has a degree in law.