17th Annual Self-Transcendence Six-Day Race, April 23-29, 2014
Welcome to the 17th Annual Self-Transcendence Six-Day Race, April 23-29, 2014. This race is run concurrently with the 10-Day Race, and both races finish on the same day, April 29.
In this extreme race, an international field of runners come to test their endurance, skill with pacing, and ability to recover from the stress of constantly moving. The Six-Day Race starts on Wednesday, April 23 at 12:00 noon, EDT and finishes at 12:00 noon on Tuesday, April 29, 2013. This race is held concurrently with The Self Transcendence Ten-Day Race. 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.
Enjoy a slideshow of the 2012 Six and Ten-Day Races
- How to choose the right tent for the race.
- Directions to Race Site (including map)
- Course and Events Records
- Security and Park Rules
- Services and Guidelines
- History of the Self-Transcendence Six and Ten Day Races
- Points of Interest
- About Sri Chinmoy, Race Founder
- About the Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team
- Meet our Race Directors