Day 3 Atmavir Shines; Surasa Excells

By | Jun 21, 2016

On a mostly sunny day in the mid-eighties, Czech Republican Atmavir Peter Spacil separated himself from first-day leader Ananda-Lahari Zuscin by running 73.53 miles. The Slovakian could only muster 67.5 to hold on to second place. Yuri Trostenyuk was the only other runner to reach 70 miles today, yet nine of the dozen stayed above […]

Day 2: Two Men at the Top

By | Jun 20, 2016

After trailing Slovakian Ananda-Lahari Zuscin by a scant lap after one day, Atmavir Petr Spacil reversed the favor and tied Mr Zuscin with the same number laps after two days. Both men stand at 159.70 miles, just shy of 80 miles a day. Vasu Duzhiy remained in third with another 72+ mile day. Yuri Trostenyuk […]

Day 1 The start

By | Jun 19, 2016

Twelve courageous runners stepped up to the start line and moved forward precisely at 6:00am as a crowd of 200 people watched the beginning of the 20th Annual Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race today. The setting is the same .5488 mile(883.2079 meters) concrete sidewalk near a vocational school, playground and athletic field used for […]

Day 52

By | Aug 5, 2014

Thirty-three year old Jayasalini Olga Abramovskikh reached the 3100 mile finish line in 51 days+12:30:32 to become second woman and eighth finisher in the race. The tall Russian was gracious for her inspired handlers, friends and well-wishers. The remaining six athletes stayed the course to see what they could do before midnight. Thanks, friends for […]

Day 51: Two More Make It In

By | Aug 5, 2014

Sarah Barnett from Adelaide Australia finished first woman and sixth place overall in the 3100 mile race today for a personal best distance(3100=50 days+03:55:08). Sarah averaged 61.802 miles per day(99.46 km). She is now second-ranked woman in race history. Nearly 12 hours later William Sichel from Sanday,Orkney Islands Scotland reached perhaps the pinnacle of his […]

Day 50: Two At The Rail

By | Aug 3, 2014

With only 27 laps to go Australian Sarah Barnett stands to win the ladies crown and sixth place overall on Monday morning. She has had a very good race to this point and is averaging 61.71 miles per day(99.30 km). Probably 12 hours later, Scotsman William Sichel will glide past 3100 miles and into the […]

Day 49: A Tireless Pioneer

By | Aug 2, 2014

Stutisheel Lebedyev finished his eighth 3100 mile race in ten attempts with a personal best of 48 days+03:57:19, which averages to 64.36 miles per day(103.58 km). He moved from 20th ranked up to 16th with this fine effort. He was the fifth finisher so far in the world’s longest, continuous ultra marathon. Sarah Barnett moved […]

Day 48: Two More In

By | Aug 1, 2014

Forty-nine year old Vasu Duzhiy of St. Petersburg Russia finished 3100 miles in a time of 47 days+04:24:27. This was his third consecutive finish and second podium position, and a personal best as well, by over an hour. Later in the evening Pranjal Milovnik, the Iron Man with the heart of a lion, finished his […]

Day 47:Second Finisher In

By | Jul 31, 2014

Yuri Trostenyuk from Vinnitsa, Ukraine finished second overall in the Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race. He took over four and a half days off his previous time to reach the goal in 46 days+14:16:05, an average of 66.535 miles per day(107.078 km). He moves up the rankings from 27th place to ninth place as a result […]

Day 46: Getting Closer

By | Jul 30, 2014

Stutisheel Lebedyev led the terrific thirteen through their paces with 70.79 miles today as Day leader. Yuri Trostenyuk needs only 56.5 more miles(103 laps) to bag his second 3100 Mile finish on Thursday evening. This one will be worth seeing as he is primed to slice several days off of his finish time from last […]

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