3100 Mile Race 2016

The 20th edition of the world's longest certified road race finished on 9 August. Go to event page »

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3100 Mile Race ( Week 8 )
Show Week: 12345678
Men
Name Day 50 Day 51 Day 52
1 Yuri Trostenyuk 3100.1 3100.1 3100.1
day total 0 0 0
2 Ashprihanal Aalto 3100.1 3100.1 3100.1
day total 0 0 0
3 Atmavir Petr Spacil 3100.1 3100.1 3100.1
day total 0 0 0
4 Vasu Duzhiy 3100.1 3100.1 3100.1
day total 0 0 0
5 Baladev Pavol Saraz 2712.7 2763.7 2811.5
day total 47.7 51 47.7
6 Sopan Tsekov 2616.1 2658.9 2700
day total 43.3 42.8 41.1
7 Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 2522.2 2565 2608.9
day total 43.9 42.8 43.9
8 Stutisheel Lebedyev 2514.6 2560.7 2604
day total 36.7 46 43.3
9 Volodymyr Hlushchuk 919.2 919.2 919.2
day total 0 0 0
Women
Name Day 50 Day 51 Day 52
1 Kaneenika Janakova 3017.3 3073.2 3100.1
day total 56.5 55.9 26.8
2 Surasa Mairer 2921.2 2972.8 3021.6
day total 51 51.5 48.8
3 Shamita Achenbach-Konig 1139.3 1139.3 1139.3
day total 0 0 0

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9 August

Day 52: End of the Road

Kaneenika Janakova fulfilled a long-held dream to finish the 3100 Mile race today, crossing the line in 51 days+07:31:07. A smile etched on her face, the 46 year old Slovakian managed to average 60.416 miles per day /97.231 km. She became the sixth woman to finish 3100 miles. 

Surasa Mairer continued on to reach 3021.69 miles before midnight brought  endgame to the race. The former champ and still record holder was as gracious as ever.

Baladev Pavol Saraz made it to 2811.5 miles, including running a 3:33 lap in a beautiful clear evening. 

Sopan Tsekov walked for several weeks until he reached 2700 miles, injuries forcing him to dawn the cloak of pedestrian. He smiled and said walking was much harder than running.

Ananda-Lahari Zuscin held it together until he finished at midnight with 2608.99 miles. 

Stutisheel Lebedyev was still grateful and thankful for all the support he received, enroute to 2604.05 miles.

Thanks for following the longest race for the last 20 years,folks. We hope to be back next June for Chapter 21. Until then, may you have a smile on your face at least once a day.!

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