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3100 Mile Race 2018
The 20th edition of the world's longest certified road race starts on 17 June. Go to event page »
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Dispatches from race directors Sahishnu Szcsesiul and Rupantar LaRusso.
Day 3: Let's Go
With picture postcard summer weather in the area, but few clouds, the stalwart ten runners continued their journey. Kobi Oren sliced two laps off the four–lap lead of Vasu Duzhiy with a fine 72.99 mile day. This was Kobi’s first Day leader appearance. Vasu was not too shabby himself, reaching 71.89 miles. This little competitive jousting at the top of the leaderboard has helped the other runners. Smarana Puntigam ran 64.21 miles to remain in third place, Surasa Mairer widened her lead in the women’s list with 62.56 miles, and Ananda-Lahari Zuscin ran another solid outing with 65.85 miles. After three days, eight of the ten runners are still on pace to finish. Of course, this extremely small sample size forgets that seven full weeks remain in the race. But hope springs eternal for the multi-day runner. ‘You Gotta Believe’.
Race director Rupantar LaRusso captures some of the atmosphere of this unique race.View all videos on our Vimeo page
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