3100 Mile Race 2018

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Race scoreboard 2018

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3100 Mile Race ( Week 4 )
Show Week: 12345678
Men
Name Day 22 Day 23 Day 24 Day 25 Day 26 Day 27 Day 28
1 Vasu Duzhiy 1541 1610.7 1677.1 1745.1 1813.2 1883.4 1950.4
day total 68 69.6 66.4 68 68 70.2 66.9
2 Kobi Oren 1511.9 1578.3 1643.1 1712.2 1777 1839.5 1903.2
day total 63.1 66.4 64.7 69.1 64.7 62.5 63.6
3 Sopan Tsekov 1330.8 1391.7 1453.7 1514.1 1575.6 1637 1699
day total 62 60.9 62 60.3 61.4 61.4 62
4 Ushika Muckenhumer 1318.2 1379.6 1440.6 1503.1 1565.7 1628.2 1690.8
day total 60.9 61.4 60.9 62.5 62.5 62.5 62.5
5 William Sichel 1288 1341.2 1399.9 1447.7 1510.8 1560.7 1617.8
day total 62 53.2 58.7 47.7 63.1 49.9 57
6 Smarana Puntigam 1315.4 1375.8 1426.3 1488.8 1551.4 1571.7 1614.5
day total 43.9 60.3 50.4 62.5 62.5 20.3 42.8
7 Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 1271.5 1319.8 1368.1 1415.9 1464.7 1513.5 1563.5
day total 45.5 48.2 48.2 47.7 48.8 48.8 49.9
Women
Name Day 22 Day 23 Day 24 Day 25 Day 26 Day 27 Day 28
1 Surasa Mairer 1327.5 1388.4 1450.4 1509.7 1568.4 1623.3 1684.2
day total 61.4 60.9 62 59.2 58.7 54.8 60.9
2 Kaneenika Janakova 1265.5 1325.9 1387.9 1449.9 1512.4 1573.9 1634.8
day total 58.7 60.3 62 62 62.5 61.4 60.9
3 Yolanda Holder 1210.6 1210.6 1210.6 1210.6 1210.6 1210.6 1210.6
day total 3.2 0 0 0 0 0 0

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7 August

Day 52: The End of the Road

The runners fought through a sunny, humid day that turned into a few thunderstorms in the evening, but three stalwarts made it to their destiny with a 3100 mile finish. The Austrian Champion Surasa Mairer finished in fourth place overall in 51 days,12 hours, her fourth finish in the longest race. Sopan Tsekov finished his third 3100 mile race after five dnf's in 12 years, reaching that brass ring in 51 days, 16 hours. Kaneenika Janakova finished in sixth place overall, second lady in 51 days 17 hours, only 20 minutes behind Sopan. It was her third straight finish, and one of the most difficult for her.

Thanks for following the race this year, friends. may the wind always be at your back!

1.    Vasu Duzhiy, 52, St Petersburg Russia                44 days+16:03:53

2.    Kobi Oren, 46,  Kiryat Tivon Israel                       46 days+03:24:48

3.    Ushika Muckenhumer, 50, Salzburg Austria      50 days+07:34:46

4.    Surasa Mairer, 59, Vienna   Austria                    51 days+12:47:37

5.    Sopan Tsevtan Tsekov, 37, Sofia Bulgaria         51 days+16:46:38

6.   Kaneenika Janakova, 48, Bratislava Slovakia     51 days+17:06:59

William Sichel, 64, Sanday, Orkney Isles. Scotland   2904.2496  miles

Smarana Puntigam, 47, Vienna   Austria                   2886.6880  miles

Ananda-lahari Zuscin, 43, Kosice   Slovakia             2874.0656  miles

Yolanda Holder, 60, Corona, CA USA                        1210.6528  miles

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