Self-Transcendence Six and Ten Day Races

19-29 April
Flushing Meadows Corona Park New York

In this extreme race, an international field of runners come to test their endurance, skill with pacing, and ability to recover.

About the event

The Twentieth Annual Self-Transcendence Ten-Day Race starts on Sunday, April 19 at 12:00 noon, EDT and finishes at 12:00 noon on Wednesday, April 29, 2015. This race is held concurrently with the  Eighteenth Annual Self-Transcendence Six-Day Race which starts at 12:00 noon, EDT on Thursday, April 23. Both races end on April 29 at 12 noon, EDT.

These races feature an international field of runners who come to test their endurance, skill with pacing, and ability to recover from the stress of constantly moving. The competitors run with minimal sleep, all the while trying to accumulate as many miles as possible.

The course is a very flat, scenic, 1 mile loop (Certification Code NY11008JG) in a pleasant park setting near the famous areas of the World’s Fair of 1964 and close to the USTA facility, home of the US Open. There are many patches of green and trees, as well as close proximity to Meadow Lake. Temperatures in April in New York generally vary between 52º and 71º with extremes at 33º and 90º. In other words, plan for any conceivable weather condition, including rain and windy conditions.

Race videos

Local station NY! takes a look at the race.

Events

10 Days

    • 12 Noon Apr 19

6 Days

    • 12 Noon Apr 23

Contact

Sahishnu Szczesiul
718-297-2556 (also fax)
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Award categories

  • Trophies: under 50 first 7 male and female.
  • 50-59 first 3 male and female.
  • 60-69 first 2 male and female.
  • Over 70, first male and female.
  • Medals to all finishers.

Certification

  • US Track and Field Certification Code NY11008JG

Services

The staff members of the Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team hope to serve the runners as best they can. They are there for the general support of all of the runners, as well as for the administration of the race. As such, they can not serve as individual helpers to any runner. By all means, runners are encouraged to have dedicated helpers during the race, who can service their specific needs. Except in rare instances, a Race Director is always present on the race course. Should any special problems or needs arise, kindly contact the on- duty Race Director.

Counting forms the heart of the race and accuracy is of utmost importance. With each lap, the runner should hear his name called and make visual contact with his assigned lap counter. Your race number must be worn and visible at all times.

  • There is a new counting shift approximately every 6 hours. At shift changes, your new counter should make his responsibility known to you.
  • Absolutely no pacing beyond 200 meters of the counting station by anyone.

Cutting the course at any point will result in immediate disqualification.

  • Any anticipated time off the course, (medical, rest stop, food) which may last longer than 4 minutes should be reported to your counter, as these are recorded and must be part of the official record keeping.
  • Runners will be responsible for their own wakeup.
  • The score board is NOT official. Your lap counter maintains the official records. Any issues should be directed to the on-duty race director and not the lap counter for resolution.
  • There is a backup scoring system via video.

The official race telephone is for race administration business only. We are requesting all runners/helpers to provide their own cellular phone for their personal usage. Unfortunately, in the United States cellular charges accrue when making a phone call and receiving a phone call. Therefore, the race number should not to be used for personal calls. In the extreme case, should the race telephone need to be used, by all means, it must not leave the counting station. It must not be taken on the course "for a lap." Again, should the race phone be required for personal usage, the runners must provide a phone card for all long distance and international calling. Phone cards will be available for sale at the counting trailer.

FOOD SERVICE AND KITCHENS:

There are two kitchens on the course: a dedicated Runners' only kitchen and a general Camp kitchen. The Runners' kitchen is for the exclusive use of the runners, and only the runners. Three healthy, tasty vegetarian meals are provided for runners on a daily basis. Meals are provided cafeteria style. Coffee, tea, sodas, water and mineral replacement drinks are also available. Snacks are available all day long. The Runners' kitchen is accessible for the runners around the clock. However, the morning, afternoon and evening meals will be served at approximately the following times:

Morning: 6:30 am; Afternoon: 12 noon; Evening: 7:00 pm.

Helpers may purchase food on a per day basis or per meal basis, should they wish. Purchased meals should be pre-arranged with the Race Director. Purchased helpers' meals will be served separately from the competitors' meals, in the Camp kitchen. As mentioned, the meals provided are vegetarian. Meat is certainly allowed on the course for our non- vegetarian guest runners, but must be self-provided and cooked in the Camp kitchen. Alcohol of any sort is expressly forbidden both by our race regulations and by those of the New York City Park Department. A second kitchen, the Camp kitchen, is for the convenience of handlers, race helpers (and the runners if they wish). Special foods brought to the race by participants may be stored here. Tables, a stove, toaster, microwave, blender and a hot water urn for preparation of foods are available. In addition, there are many snack foods available for all authorized helpers and race volunteers. As with the Runners' kitchen, if you use this facility, please be considerate of others by cleaning up after yourself. This includes washing anything you use...pans, blenders or whatever; wiping off tables; and removing any trash.

The dugout is a long covered area with an open front adjacent to the race course. It is located directly across from the kitchens. The dugout area is provided to give runners quick and easy access to their gear. However, space is limited and we must adhere to the following guidelines.

  • Two runners per table.
  • No beds or reclining chairs are permitted in the dugout area.
  • One chair per runner. Handlers must use their runner's chair if they choose to sit there.
  • All food and gear which does not fit on your half of the table must be stored in your personal tent or dormitory space.

Directions, Security, Rules . . .

FROM LA GUARDIA AIRPORT:

Exit LaGuardia Airport following signs for the Grand Central Parkway (G.C.P) East. Take exit 9E Whitestone Expressway/Flushing Meadow Corona Park. Travel about 1/2 mile and take the Kennedy Airport Van Wyck Expressway South exit. Travel approx. 1 mile and get off at exit 11 Flushing Meadow Corona Park. Stay right and exit at Flushing Corona Park Meadow Lake. See directions to race site within Flushing Meadow Corona Park. (see map)

FROM KENNEDY AIRPORT:

Exit Kennedy Airport to Van Wyck Expressway North. Drive approx. 5 miles to exit 12A East L.I. Expressway. Immediately on the left you will see a brown road sign announcing Meadow Lake. Turn left about 100 meters past this sign. This is a U-turn under the expressway which places you on the access road for the Van Wyck Expressway going South. Stay to your right and take the first exit you come to marked Flushing Meadow Corona Park/ Meadow Lake. See directions to race site within Flushing Meadow Corona Park. (see map)

DIRECTIONS TO RACE SITE WITHIN FLUSHING MEADOW CORONA PARK:

After exiting the Van Wyck Expressway, make a right at the end of the exit. You are now in the Park and must obey the 5 mph speed limit. Continue approximately 1/2 mile keeping to the right. Cross over the small bridge (proceeding through a "Do Not Enter" sign) and stay left on the other side. Continue on the main road keeping Meadow Lake in sight. The race site is 400 meters from the bridge by the brick Park Comfort Station. You will see numerous large tents and the race setup area. (see map)

SECURITY AND PARK RULES:

Please remember at all times that we are being hosted by the NYC Parks Department to whom we are very grateful. Their rules will be enforced.

  • There is absolutely no alcohol allowed in the park.
  • No parking or driving in restricted areas. Where driving is allowed, do not exceed 5 mph. Cars should be parked in designated lots. That being said, the Park Department kindly allows us to bring in race support vehicles to park near the race. This is an unofficial courtesy that the Park offers us. However, should an official direct you that you are not allowed to park or drive in a particular area, by all means, that instruction must be strictly honored.
  • No hanging of laundry in public to dry. During darkness, the Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team will provide as many guards as possible to watch the course. However, all runners should be vigilant and anything suspicious should be immediately reported to the on-duty Race Director.

Shopping

Four blocks of shops with most everything one might need is located within 1 km. If walking, take the pedestrian walkway over the Grand Central Parkway west of the race course. On the other side, turn left and follow the service road three blocks to 63rd Ave. Make a right and go 2 blocks to 108th Street where there is all sorts of shopping.

Hotels most used by runners:

LaGuardia Airport Clarion Hotel, 400 Ditmar Ave East Elmhurst, NY 718-335-1200

Courtyard Marriot, 90-10 Grand Central East Elmhurst, NY 718-446-4800

Best Western Hotel, 11310 Horace Harding Expy Flushing, NY 718-699-4400

Points of Interest

These New York, NY Points of Interest include information on various attractions, churches, convention centers & airports, dining and nightlife, museums and art galleries, national and city parks, famous neighborhoods and districts, shopping and sightseeing, theaters, universities and colleges, venues and sports arenas.

  • Bipin Larkin: 8 am - 6 pm
  • Sahishnu Szczesiul:6 pm - 1 am
  • Sandhani Fitch: 6 pm - 1am
  • Rupantar LaRusso: 1 am - 8am

Sleeping arrangements

Community dorms are provided for men and women. Please note that dormitories are strictly segregated by gender. Because they are communal in nature, please be considerate to your dorm mates with regards to cleanliness of the area and clothing. As much as possible, try to honor one another's personal space, needs and resting habits.

While the race organizers would love to provide tents, tent flies and ground cloths for everyone it is just not possible to do. Year by year race volunteers have increasingly been called on to shore up, repair and even rebuild participant's personal accommodations. The exra time required to do those fixes is stressful and very time consuming. For that reason we ask all runners and helpers who are not staying in the dormitories but who are bringing tents either for storage or accommodation, to be so kind as to adhere to the following guidelines regarding their race preparations.

1. For a tent to remain dry during the seemingly inevitable rain storms it must have a waterproof fly.

2. Flys must go all the way to the ground plus completely around the parameter of the tent for the fly to work properly and prevent rain or wind from entering. A fly that does not cover all the way to the ground undoubtedly will leak water or flood the tent floor.

3. Tent height not to exceed 1.5 meters (or 4 feet).

4. Each tent requires a plastic ground cloth under it. This is a simple prevention for flooding. Be careful not to set your tent up in a low lying area. It will flood in heavy downpours. The plastic cloth must remain completly out of sight under the tent floor. In other words you should not see the plastic even in the slighest. Often people extend ground cloths well beyond the tent footprint assuming the fly wil prevent water from collecting. Inevitably water collects on this and travels under the tent and floods the tent floor inside.

5. Blankets. There is a good possibilty that this year we will not have enough blankets for everyone. The Race has a limited blanket supply available for runner use. Please bring your own sleeping pads, extra blankets or sleeping bag suitable for temperatures as cold as 32F/1C. Race blankets should not be used as chair cushions or foot rests. We do not have enough.

6. Tents best suited to the various wind and rain weather combinations in New York's early spring conditions should lean toward the small one or two person size.The popular family size 6-8 person, stand up tents often brought to the race are not at all suited for the extreme wet and strong winds typically found in Flushing Meadows Park during April. They sway in the wind, loosening pegs and covers. Please avoid bringing these monsters to the race. Inevitably, a handful are flattened, torn and in a couple of instances, even blown into the nearby lake.

Medical Services

  • A medical tent is provided for massage and specific treatment of injury. Please be aware that medical is provided in large part by volunteers who may not be professionals but are very good at general massage and kindness. Therefore, it may not always be possible to receive immediate professional help for specific injury.
  • Medical support will be provided for as many hours a day as possible, including evenings and night if staff is available. However, because it is supported by volunteers, it may not be available 24 hours a day. Medical hours will be posted.
  • The medical tent is divided into 3 areas: men's; women's; and a mixed area for husbands and wives. The men's/women's area is exclusively for men/women respectively.
  • The medical area is dedicated to medical services and is not intended as a rest area. Please rest in your tent or dorm space. Generally no more than 15 minutes is allowed per runner per medical break, and no more than 2 medical breaks per runner per day is a good guideline.
  • Nutritional supplements may be provided to runners on a per need basis. These supplements must be administered by the medical staff only. Under no circumstances should "bottles" of any supplement or medication be taken from the medical area.
  • Ice packs are generally available.

Previous Results

  • 2015 Jul
    In the Mind of Martin Fryer – The Beautiful Point of Surrendering to a Simple State of Pure Awareness

    About the author:

    Rupantar has been the race director of the Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team since 1985, having been asked by Sri Chinmoy to serve in that capacity. As well as working on the big races the US Marathon Team organise each year - the 3100 Mile Race and the Six and 10 Day Race - he also spends a considerable amount of time archiving the Marathon Team's 40 year history on this website.

    fryer_2013.jpgThe following article appeared in the online website Ultra168 and is about Australian ultra runner Martin Fryer's experience in the 2013 Self-Transcendence 6 and 10 Day Races held in Flushing, New York. Ultra168 is a group of Sydney-based ultra marathon runners who share a passion for running on trails, as well as reporting on what’s happening in the world of trail and ultra running.

    Martin Fryer is for me, and for many others one of the Godfather’s of Australian ultra-running. The respect I have for this man is huge. He gets on with his business with little or no fanfare on Facebook, and delivers time and time again with quite staggering results that you really do have to read twice to get a grasp of what he’s just achieved. None more so than his recent effort at the Sri Chinmoy 10 Day race that was recently held in New York where he amassed over 1,100kms over 10 days!

    For the complete article...

  • 2015 Apr 30th
    Self-Transcendence 6 and 10 Day Races: Final

    About the author:

    Medur is our go-to person for many of the essential tasks involved in putting on our races: race setup, our lap counting system and our website. An enthusiastic runner himself, he has participated in many editions of the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run in Canada and the US.

    Here are the Final results for the six and ten day races.

    You can read daily updates of what happened during the race by Utpal Marshall on perfectionjourney.org. Race photos by Prabhakar.

    Race videos

    More videos by Utpall Marshall here...

     

     

    2015 Ten Day Race: Final - Women

      Runner Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Day 8 Day 9 Day 10
    1 Sarah Barnett 77 140 207 264 334 400 469 524 576 641
      day total 77 63 67 57 70 66 69 55 52 65
    2 Shamita Achenbach-Konig 81 141 203 263 323 383 445 507 570 641
      day total 81 60 62 60 60 60 62 62 63 71
    3 Harita Davies 82 139 192 242 284 328 379 433 485 540
      day total 82 57 53 50 42 44 51 54 52 55
    4 Manoshri Sykorova 67 116 157 205 253 296 348 406 467 530
      day total 67 49 41 48 48 43 52 58 61 63
    5 Giribhu Muhs 70 117 162 208 256 303 351 403 453 508
      day total 70 47 45 46 48 47 48 52 50 55
    6 Elena Kareva 72 126 180 229 278 330 369 418 458 503
      day total 72 54 54 49 49 52 39 49 40 45
    7 Yashasvati Plyavinskaya 56 95 140 190 244 297 347 400 442 496
      day total 56 39 45 50 54 53 50 53 42 54
    8 Tatjana Jauk 70 120 172 220 268 313 358 400 446 485
      day total 70 50 52 48 48 45 45 42 46 39
    9 Larisa Psiukalova 67 117 161 203 243 293 335 390 434 480
      day total 67 50 44 42 40 50 42 55 44 46
    10 Gundega Gaile 68 113 156 202 250 300 351 393 430 476
      day total 68 45 43 46 48 50 51 42 37 46
    11 Karnayati Morison 66 113 159 202 250 298 338 381 420 464
      day total 66 47 46 43 48 48 40 43 39 44
    12 Gudrun Freier 62 112 163 206 250 291 329 368 414 462
      day total 62 50 51 43 44 41 38 39 46 48
    13 Pati Ibinova 90 143 202 245 302 340 399 420 429 450
      day total 90 53 59 43 57 38 59 21 9 21
    14 Suparna Pustogowa 57 98 143 178 222 265 310 353 396 446
      day total 57 41 45 35 44 43 45 43 43 50
    15 Niribili File 59 98 141 179 224 267 312 351 388 433
      day total 59 39 43 38 45 43 45 39 37 45
    16 Anna Khimchinskaia 60 111 157 202 244 285 322 357 389 423
      day total 60 51 46 45 42 41 37 35 32 34
    17 Sara Schmidt 73 118 152 179 219 261 298 340 383 420
      day total 73 45 34 27 40 42 37 42 43 37
    18 Shraddha Kurzemniece 65 102 142 176 217 258 302 341 379 417
      day total 65 37 40 34 41 41 44 39 38 38
    19 Vasuprada Funk 82 129 166 185 203 226 260 282 301 337
      day total 82 47 37 19 18 23 34 22 19 36
    20 Vismaya Fischer 62 108 146 167 180 204 212 212 212 212
      day total 62 46 38 21 13 24 8 0 0 0

     

    2015 Ten Day Race: Final - Men

      Runner Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Day 8 Day 9 Day 10
    1 Aidas Ardzijauskas 86 131 195 244 304 366 436 513 591 667
      day total 86 45 64 49 60 62 70 77 78 76
    2 Baladev Saraz 77 149 215 277 340 397 459 521 578 650
      day total 77 72 66 62 63 57 62 62 57 72
    3 Ushika Muckenhumer 75 140 202 258 318 368 428 490 556 625
      day total 75 65 62 56 60 50 60 62 66 69
    4 Sergey Kuzmin 64 102 169 215 277 338 401 463 522 589
      day total 64 38 67 46 62 61 63 62 59 67
    5 Oleksandr Kharko 76 133 198 255 311 370 411 471 533 588
      day total 76 57 65 57 56 59 41 60 62 55
    6 George Biondic 68 123 182 234 291 344 401 458 512 587
      day total 68 55 59 52 57 53 57 57 54 75
    7 Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 67 140 189 241 295 350 414 467 534 587
      day total 67 73 49 52 54 55 64 53 67 53
    8 Kalpa Lazarev 70 130 183 241 298 354 415 463 507 564
      day total 70 60 53 58 57 56 61 48 44 57
    9 Andrey Andreev 70 122 182 244 294 351 411 454 510 543
      day total 70 52 60 62 50 57 60 43 56 33
    10 Sergei Komelkov 73 115 168 213 271 323 369 421 472 531
      day total 73 42 53 45 58 52 46 52 51 59
    11 Sergey Leshchenko 70 121 175 230 279 315 350 408 458 515
      day total 70 51 54 55 49 36 35 58 50 57
    12 Michel Gouin 60 105 159 209 258 309 358 408 458 514
      day total 60 45 54 50 49 51 49 50 50 56
    13 Mikhail Vasilchenko 62 117 172 226 280 330 370 414 455 514
      day total 62 55 55 54 54 50 40 44 41 59
    14 Georgs Jermolajevs 87 144 192 245 299 349 387 428 476 508
      day total 87 57 48 53 54 50 38 41 48 32
    15 Budjargal Byambaa 81 106 161 211 264 303 346 404 429 487
      day total 81 25 55 50 53 39 43 58 25 58
    16 Janos Derekas 63 116 171 216 256 302 347 394 444 480
      day total 63 53 55 45 40 46 45 47 50 36
    17 Ales Pliva 73 134 175 216 257 300 341 383 425 475
      day total 73 61 41 41 41 43 41 42 42 50
    18 Chris Mak 61 100 155 188 240 300 326 366 406 471
      day total 61 39 55 33 52 60 26 40 40 65
    19 Atmavir Spacil 91 166 230 283 347 359 392 425 440 468
      day total 91 75 64 53 64 12 33 33 15 28
    20 Karteek Clarke 67 114 158 204 250 291 329 365 405 451
      day total 67 47 44 46 46 41 38 36 40 46
    21 Adrian MacDermott 56 92 136 200 221 272 308 340 395 450
      day total 56 36 44 64 21 51 36 32 55 55
    22 Padyatra Komak 60 110 157 196 237 278 318 356 393 440
      day total 60 50 47 39 41 41 40 38 37 47
    23 Andrei Somov 58 100 141 184 225 266 303 343 383 429
      day total 58 42 41 43 41 41 37 40 40 46
    24 Patanga Cordeiro 61 101 137 171 206 246 284 319 360 407
      day total 61 40 36 34 35 40 38 35 41 47
    25 Sandro Zincarini 54 96 130 162 195 237 270 308 347 382
      day total 54 42 34 32 33 42 33 38 39 35
    26 Pedro Gaspar 40 67 106 132 169 201 225 253 280 317
      day total 40 27 39 26 37 32 24 28 27 37
    27 Kumar Limbu 65 91 124 150 177 204 228 245 276 313
      day total 65 26 33 26 27 27 24 17 31 37
    28 Fred Davis III 58 67 133 183 194 236 267 268 270 310
      day total 58 9 66 50 11 42 31 1 2 40
    29 Marius Lacasse 58 96 141 176 209 232 260 280 295 305
      day total 58 38 45 35 33 23 28 20 15 10
    30 Francesco Murianni 71 103 135 154 174 174 174 174 174 174
      day total 71 32 32 19 20 0 0 0 0 0

     

    2015 Six Day Race: Final - Women

      Runner Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6
    1 Dipali Cunningham 103 178 250 317 383 451
      day total 103 75 72 67 66 68
    2 Nataliya Hlushchuk 80 140 200 256 318 378
      day total 80 60 60 56 62 60
    3 Vera Kalishmanova 73 134 193 253 310 371
      day total 73 61 59 60 57 61
    4 Divyata Kryuchkova 72 125 180 250 302 362
      day total 72 53 55 70 52 60
    5 Gautami Sykorova 67 122 176 235 286 345
      day total 67 55 54 59 51 59
    6 Oyungerel Seded 67 121 181 234 286 344
      day total 67 54 60 53 52 58
    7 Anna Eliseeva 66 122 173 224 276 326
      day total 66 56 51 51 52 50
    8 Ratuja Zub 55 108 169 230 279 307
      day total 55 53 61 61 49 28
    9 Bayarsaikhan Dorjpagma 76 125 176 217 256 296
      day total 76 49 51 41 39 40
    10 Pratishruti Khisamoutdinova 70 118 164 213 257 282
      day total 70 48 46 49 44 25
    11 Sylvie Boisvert 67 112 150 190 230 270
      day total 67 45 38 40 40 40
    12 Mattali Stebneva 55 94 140 178 217 260
      day total 55 39 46 38 39 43
    13 Albena Margaritova 50 97 135 170 200 239
      day total 50 47 38 35 30 39
    14 Shirley Kolakovich 63 101 134 170 196 211
      day total 63 38 33 36 26 15

     

    2015 Six Day Race: Final - Men

      Runner Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6
    1 John Geesler 106 170 237 305 374 423
      day total 106 64 67 68 69 49
    2 Mark McCaslin 71 130 188 253 322 400
      day total 71 59 58 65 69 78
    3 Rimas Jakelaitis 97 147 200 275 311 381
      day total 97 50 53 75 36 70
    4 Steven Battle 80 135 184 236 288 360
      day total 80 55 49 52 52 72
    5 Don Winkley 78 122 179 240 295 357
      day total 78 44 57 61 55 62
    6 Michael Korol 80 134 186 243 298 342
      day total 80 54 52 57 55 44
    7 Mark Dorion 77 129 179 231 284 341
      day total 77 52 50 52 53 57
    8 Wai Law 78 134 176 226 271 330
      day total 78 56 42 50 45 59
    9 Milan Javornicky 71 125 178 223 273 327
      day total 71 54 53 45 50 54
    10 Ed Rousseau 75 118 170 214 265 323
      day total 75 43 52 44 51 58
    11 Priyavadin Reisecker 65 125 165 205 251 305
      day total 65 60 40 40 46 54
    12 Mahasatya Janczak 54 98 141 191 240 304
      day total 54 44 43 50 49 64
    13 Nikolai Egorov 70 118 169 196 234 286
      day total 70 48 51 27 38 52
    14 Konstantin Rybin 72 117 157 198 235 276
      day total 72 45 40 41 37 41
    15 Sanjay Rawal 54 80 112 145 176 240
      day total 54 26 32 33 31 64
    16 Gregg Ellis 71 121 128 128 128 128
      day total 71 50 7 0 0 0
    17 Jesse Itzler 28 28 28 28 28 28
      day total 28 0 0 0 0 0
  • 2015 Apr 29th
    2015 Self-Transcendence 10 Day Race: Category Place

    About the author:

    Medur is our go-to person for many of the essential tasks involved in putting on our races: race setup, our lap counting system and our website. An enthusiastic runner himself, he has participated in many editions of the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run in Canada and the US.

    Here the 10 day race final results  by category

    Place Name Age M F   Total Miles Under 50 50 - 59 60 - 69 Over 70
                M F M F M F M F
    1 Sarah Barnett 39 F Adelaide, Australia 641   1            
    2 Shamita Achenbach-Konig 50 F Vienna, Austria 641       1        
    3 Harita Davies 40 F Christchurch, NZ 540   2            
    4 Manoshri Sykorova 36 F Ottawa Ont, Canada 530   3            
    5 Giribhu Muhs 44 F Berlin, Germany 508   4            
    6 Elena Kareva 39 F Volgograd, Russia 503   5            
    7 Yashasvati Plyavinskaya 49 F StPetersburg, Russia 496   6            
    8 Tatjana Jauk 44 F Maribor, Slovenia 485   7            
    9 Larisa Psiukalova 52 F Chelyabinsk, Russia 480       2        
    10 Gundega Gaile 38 F Latvia 476   8            
    11 Karnayati Morison 68 F Ottawa, Canada 464           1    
    12 Gudrun freier 43 F Winterthur SUI, Germany 462   9            
    13 Pati Ibinova 50 F Irkutsk, Russia 450       3        
    14 Suparna Pustogowa 51 F Munich, Germany 446       4        
    15 Niribili File 69 F Auckland, New Zealand 433           2    
    16 Anna Khimchinskaia 37 F Moscow, Russia 423   10            
    17 Sara Schmidt 35 F Den Haag, Netherlands 420   11            
    18 Shraddha Kurzemniece 49 F Oslo, Norway 417   12            
    19 Vasuprada Funk 34 F Ehrendingen, Switzerland 337   13            
    20 Vismaya Fischer 44 F Birchwil, Switzerland 212   14            
                               
    1 Aidas Ardzijauskas 43 M Vilnius, Lithuania 667 1              
    2 Baladev Saraz 38 M Komjatice, Slovakia 650 2              
    3 Ushika Muckenhumer 47 M Salzburg, Austria 625 3              
    4 Sergey Kuzmin 42 M NizhniyNovgorod, Russia 589 4              
    5 Oleksandr Kharko 51 M Kiev, Ukraine 588     1          
    6 George Biondic 62 M Aurora, Ontario, Canada 587         1      
    7 Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 39 M Kosice, Slovakia 587 5              
    8 Kalpa Lazarev 43 M Moscow, Russia 564 6              
    9 Andrey Andreev 49 M St Petersburg, Russia 543 7              
    10 Sergei Komelkov 54 M Chelyabinsk, Russia 531     2          
    11 Sergey Leshchenko 41 M Chelyabinsk, Russia 515 8              
    12 Michel Gouin 54 M Drummondville, QC, Canada 514     3          
    13 Mikhail Vasilchenko 48 M Omsk, Russia 514 9              
    14 Georgs Jermolajevs 72 M Riga, Latvia 508             1  
    15 Budjargal Byambaa 33 M Ulaan Baatar , Mongolia 487 10              
    16 Janos Derekas 33 M OsloNorway, Hungary 480 11              
    17 Ales Pliva 36 M Prague, CzechRepublic 475 12              
    18 Chris Mak 54 M HongKong, China 471     4          
    19 Atmavir Spacil 36 M Kyjov , CzechRepublic 468 13              
    20 Karteek Clarke 48 M Edinburgh, Scotland UK 451 14              
    21 Adrian MacDermott 41 M London, England 450 15              
    22 Padyatra Komak 39 M Stupava, Slovakia 440 16              
    23 Andrei Somov 35 M StPetersburg, Russia 429 17              
    24 Patanga Cordeiro 31 M Sao Paulo, Brazil 407 18              
    25 Sandro Zincarini 29 M PortoSant'Elpidio, Italy 382 19              
    26 Pedro Gaspar 43 M Coimbra, Portugal 317 20              
    27 Kumar Limbu 40 M FlushingNY, Nepal 313 21              
    28 Fred Davis III 67 M Cleveland OH, USA 310         2      
    29 Marius Lacasse 55 M GatineauQue, Canada 305     5          
    30 Francesco Murianni 43 M Milano, Italy 174 22              
  • 2015 Apr 29th
    2015 Self-Transcendence 6 Day Race: Category Place

    About the author:

    Medur is our go-to person for many of the essential tasks involved in putting on our races: race setup, our lap counting system and our website. An enthusiastic runner himself, he has participated in many editions of the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run in Canada and the US.

    Here are the final results for the 2015 Self-Transcendence 6 Day Race by Category

    Place Name Age M F   Total Miles Under 50 50 - 59 60 - 69 Over 70
                M F M F M F M F
    1 Dipali Cunningham 56 F Jamaica NY, USA 451       1        
    2 Nataliya Hlushchuk 39 F Vinnitsa, Ukraine 378   1            
    3 Vera Kalishmanova 59 F Volgograd, Russia 371       2        
    4 Divyata Kryuchkova 37 F Tambov, Russia 362   2            
    5 Gautami Sykorova 35 F Ottawa, Canada 345   3            
    6 Oyungerel Seded 45 F Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 344   4            
    7 Anna Eliseeva 51 F Perm , Russia 326       3        
    8 Ratuja Zub 36 F Minsk, Belarus 307   5            
    9 Bayarsaikhan Dorjpagma 52 F Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 296       4        
    10 Pratishruti Khisamoutdinova 71 F Smolensk, Russia 282               1
    11 Sylvie Boisvert 52 F Quebec, Canada 270       5        
    12 Mattali Stebneva 58 F StPetersburg, Russia 260       6        
    13 Albena Margaritova 38 F Edinburgh, Scotland UK 239   6            
    14 Shirley Kolakovich 43 F WhiteLake MI, USA 211   7            
                               
    1 John Geesler 56 M St Johnsville NY, USA 423     1          
    2 Mark McCaslin 45 M CantonMI, USA 400 1              
    3 Rimas Jakelaitis 60 M Brooklyn, NY, USA 381         1      
    4 Steven Battle 51 M Worksopt, England 360     2          
    5 Don Winkley 77 M Corpus Christ iTX, USA 357             1  
    6 Michael Korol 56 M Syosset.NY, USA 342     3          
    7 Mark Dorion 55 M El Paso, TX, USA 341     4          
    8 Wai Law 48 M Bethpage NY, USA 330 2              
    9 Milan Javornicky 40 M Celakovice, Czech Republic 327 3              
    10 Ed Rousseau 75 M Minneapolis, USA 323             2  
    11 Priyavadin Reisecker 45 M Salzburg, Austria 305 4              
    12 Mahasatya Janczak 40 M Jzbica Lublin, Poland 304 5              
    13 Nikolai Egorov 54 M Dzerzhinsk, Russia 286     5          
    14 Konstantin Rybin 41 M Perm, Russia 276 6              
    15 Sanjay Rawal 40 M Jamaica NY, USA 240 7              
    16 Gregg Ellis 44 M Calhoun Georgia, USA 128 8              
    17 Jesse Itzler 46 M New York,NY, USA 28 9