3100 Mile Race 2020

Held since 1997 in New York, the 2020 edition of the world's longest certified road race starts 13 September in a new home - the beautiful city of Salzburg, Austria. Go to event page »

Race scoreboard 2020

The race has a 52-day cutoff (November 3)

3100 Mile Race ( Week 1 )
Show Week: 1
Daily Totals (Km)
Name Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6
1 Andrea Marcato 118.9 227.5 342.3 448.7 564.5 666.8
day total 118.9 108.5 114.7 106.4 115.8 102.2
2 Nirbhasa Magee 109.5 211.8 309.9 412.2 511.3 613.6
day total 109.5 102.2 98 102.2 99.1 102.2
3 Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 99.1 206.6 302.6 398.6 484.2 567.7
day total 99.1 107.4 96 96 85.5 83.4
4 Ushika Muckenhumer 108.5 206.6 293.2 383 465.4 553.1
day total 108.5 98 86.6 89.7 82.4 87.6
5 Milan Javornicky 100.1 200.3 294.2 378.8 463.3 548.9
day total 100.1 100.1 93.9 84.5 84.5 85.5

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18 September

Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race Salzburg 2020

Day 6

Today was interview day: a two-man team, friends of Ushika and the Gandharva Loka (music store-he is the manager) came. They wanted to do a report on the 3100 and on Ushika. Tomorrow morning they will film him moving slowly and stiff from his flat to his bike. Another local reporter came. He, for the first time visited our Cafe and got so inspired that he came to the Race site. Here he became even more interested. The inspiration accumulated in him resulted in him inviting me tomorrow morning to fly with him in a small airplane above our course and filming the track. As an extra present, he will fly me me above our mountains later on.

Ushikas daily resume’ : Hot and Cold !

Hot during the day, cold in the evening, very cold at night.

Ushikas’ legs are slowly loosening up and recovering from 'slower than the slowest'. He started to jog again.

He reached 87 km in a good spirit and went home together with Andrea at 24:00.

Andrea after racing the day before with only 10 min break got sore feet, which inspired him to have some leaf treatment

and a longer break today. Luckily our Race director Bipin encouraged him to eat more.

He reached 102 km and went home at 24:00.

Milan seems to be a silent warrior, through working with kids in his regular life!

His legs are cooperating better and his knee problem also seems to be getting slowly better.

At 23:30 he reached 85 km and went home happily.

Nirbhasa reached 102 km at 23:20 and soulfully and cheerfully called it a day.

He feels good and is enjoying the newness of having the Race in Salzburg.

Ananda-Lahiri reached 83 km at 22:30 and asked if somebody can drive him home.

Further more he happily proclaimed 'we are making progress'! He went home at 21:00 yesterday.

As usual he is always smiling, caring about the other runners and helpers. He looks very balanced.


Stats for today:

Ananda-Lahari Zuscin- 500km- 5days+02:32:17

Ushika Muckenhumer- 500km- 5days+07:24;43

Milan Javornicky-         500km- 5days+06:54;26

Six Day Totals:

Andrea Marcato-            666.9048km / 414.3953miles

Nirbhasa Magee-           613.6776km / 381.3201miles

Ananda-Lahari Zuscin   567.7562km / 352.7874miles

Ushika Muckenhumer-  553.1448km / 343.7083miles  

Milan Javornicky-          548.9700km / 340.9278miles

The first three men are on pace to finish the race. The other two need some work, so as they progress and add to their totals,

they will overcome sore muscles and become stronger and fit. Of course, there are many obstacles in the way of all the runners.

Yet they persevere and continue on their journey. As Priyavadin has stated in his observations, the general attitude of the runners

is that they are happy to be at the course, doing their best, and pushing themselves to a greater awareness in mind and body, and beyond.

Good Luck Runners, as you reach your first week completed on Saturday.



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