In Bulgaria, the marathoner Kras Georgiev will live for 17 days, severing any contact with the world, in a three-sided glass cage erected in front of the National Palace of Culture (NDK) in Sofia, as part of the scientific experiment called “One-on-one with time in the heart of the city”.
Georgiev has nothing but a jogging track and a bed to sleep in in his 2.5-meter-high cube cage in front of the National Palace of Culture in Sofia.
Within the scope of the scientific experiment called “Encounter with Time in the Heart of the City,” experts will examine Georgiev’s health and psychological changes.
The main purpose of the experiment was identified as examining the obsessions of alienation and isolation in society after the Kovid-19 pandemic and the phobias that followed.
Georgiev’s time in the cage can be watched live at”.
The funds raised from sponsors and donations within the scope of the scientific experiment will be invested in a project aimed at preventing drug addiction, virtual games and gambling.
Marathoner Georgiev voluntarily entered the glass cage on April 27 and will be launched on May 14.
Marathon runner, nutritionist, sports coach and academic lecturer, Georgiev is known as an athlete who achieves successful results on routes of more than 200 km, known as the “ultra marathon”.
In his continuous sports career, Georgiev has participated in 60 marathons with a length of 42 km and 30 marathons with runs longer than 100 km in different countries.
After successfully completing a different format of 36 hours on a running track, Georgiev ran 1,200 km in a super marathon on a route that ran through 3 countries in 15 days.
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