3100 Mile Race 2018

The 20th edition of the world's longest certified road race starts on 17 June. Go to event page »

Race scoreboard 2018

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3100 Mile Race ( Week 3 )
Show Week: 123
Name Day 15 Day 16 Day 17
1 Vasu Duzhiy 1068.5 1135.4 1202.4
day total 66.9 66.9 66.9
2 Kobi Oren 1067.4 1129.4 1191.4
day total 60.9 62 62
3 Smarana Puntigam 939.5 1003.7 1054.2
day total 55.4 64.2 50.4
4 Sopan Tsekov 900.5 962 1022.4
day total 60.9 61.4 60.3
5 Ushika Muckenhumer 897.2 958.2 1012.5
day total 57.6 60.9 54.3
6 Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 867.1 947.2 992.2
day total 64.2 80.1 45
7 William Sichel 868.2 923 983.4
day total 33.4 54.8 60.3
Name Day 15 Day 16 Day 17
1 Surasa Mairer 921.4 977.9 1034.4
day total 53.7 56.5 56.5
2 Yolanda Holder 891.8 946.6 1000.4
day total 56.5 54.8 53.7
3 Kaneenika Janakova 887.4 941.7 994.4
day total 59.8 54.3 52.6

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3 July

Day 17: Hanging On

After five days of high temps and climbing humidity, the group of ten runners experienced the blahs and difficulty of the really long races. Your body is screaming for rest, your mind is almost full of doubt, and even your loyal helper has a quizzical look of ’what are you doing, how could you have signed up for such a torture test?’ both on their face and in their minds. Yet, the race is about recovery, moving forward, never backward, and almost looking for the bright moments to appear and guide your endless running laps. Attitude and acceptance are cornerstones to be embodied in your daily running menu. Doubt cannot build a home in you. 

Only four runners could get over 60 miles today, yet, everyone tried to ignite the passions for running and reaching new goals- tiny little triumphs like smiling no matter the struggle, or working in those unused pairs of shoes into the rotation. 

Vasu Duzhiy padded his lead by over four miles, running consistently. William Sichel, who in 2014 had to come back from being over 70 miles behind pace, found himself over 30 miles behind pace, but still ran a solid 60.4 mile day today. We always tell the athletes to never give up hope. Hope is like nectar, and can give us the impetus to carry-on, no matter the difficulty.


Surasa Mairer-1000miles-16:06:54:24

Sopan Tsekov-1000miles-16:12:01:12

Ushika Muckenhumer-1000miles-16:14:21:03

Yolanda Holder-1000miles-16:17:51:56

William Sichel-1500 km-16:02:29:21

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