Day 43:

By | Jul 27, 2014

It was a muggy, hot day in New York, the kind we normally see here each summer, the kind that has been scarce for the last six weeks. Our tired but determined runners still kept on, looking forward to life at the beach, eating at a dinner table while seated, or other niceties taken for […]

Day 42: Six Weeks And The Top Spot

By | Jul 26, 2014

Only one man has ever dared to finish on the forty-second day in the 3100 Mile Race- Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk of Germany in 2006. His 41 days and eight hours of work present the gold standard- an average of nearly 75 miles per day(120 km). Even with surprisingly cool weather this summer, still the record […]

Day 41: How Cool Is That

By | Jul 25, 2014

On another remarkably pleasant July day in New York, eight runners made it past 60 miles. Race leader Sarvagata Ukrainskyi has improved to a lead of over 140 miles with a sparkling 76.2 mile day. He has 237.6 miles to cover before reaching the coveted finish line. Vasu Duzhiy has moved to within 17 miles […]

Day 40: Getting Closer

By | Jul 24, 2014

With the weather offering a perfect setting, nine of the 14 made it past 60 miles, and two more were over 59 miles. Sarvagata Ukrainskyi led the group once more with 68+ miles. He needs 313+ miles to finish this journey of five million steps- perhaps next Tuesday afternoon. Meanwhile, Stutisheel Lebedyev and Yuri Trostenyuk […]

Day 39: Instant Replay

By | Jul 23, 2014

A warm sticky day and wet evening could not stop the hero-warriors of the 3100 Mile Race as they approached their appointed rounds. Sarvagata Ukrainskyi assumed the mantle of Day leader again with a fine 70.2 mile effort. He needs another five and a half days to finish this effort. Perhaps Tuesday at noon will […]

Day 38: Two Weeks Left

By | Jul 22, 2014

With only two weeks left there are looks of determination on the runners faces, along with fatigue marks and effort lines that are hard to hide. Yet they manage to go on. Vasu Duzhiy led the group with 66.4 miles, followed closely by Pranjal Milovnik and Yuri Trostenyuk. Although it might seem that the athletes […]

Day 37: Hanging On

By | Jul 21, 2014

A long, difficult race pampers no one. The prodigious distance is difficult to fathom, the daily mileage is hard calculate in the tired brain, the nerve endings must be frazzled. And that is just the helpers and onlookers! The runners keep going, no matter how tired they might appear. Seven of these fearless athletes made […]

Day 36: Forever Young

By | Jul 20, 2014

Today nine runners went past 60 miles on another pleasant, moderate day. Defending champ Vasu Duzhiy led the way with 70.79 miles.One of the tenets of being a good multi-day runner seems to be to forget the past, no matter how good or bad it was. Case in point- William Sichel,60,has climbed from the depths […]

Day 35:Five Weeks-All In

By | Jul 19, 2014

It is hard to imagine five weeks on the block have expired, but the totals of miles and constant movement of the race make the elapse of time seem almost superfluous. One man who managed to utilize nearly every moment of the day was Sarvagata Ukrainskyi, who ran 81.2 miles, the highest total he has […]

Day 34: A Good Day to Run

By | Jul 18, 2014

Slightly cooler temperatures contributed to some fine performances by our weary band of runners. Stutisheel Lebedyev from Kiev, Ukraine made it two straight days over 70+miles to cop Day honors for the men. William Sichel was second best with 68+ miles, and has moved closer to being on pace to finish. Nidhruvi Zimmerman led the […]

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