Serving the running community
Since 1977, we have been putting on races from 2 miles right up to the world's longest race of 3100 miles more »
Never give up!
Our races are inspired by our team founder Sri Chinmoy's philosophy of self-transcendence and finding the best within yourself more »
Ultrarunning in New York
We host a 6 and 10 day road race, as well as the worlds longest race of 3100 miles more »
Latest news and results
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 2018View daily race charts » Runner bios »
|3100 Mile Race ( Week 1 )|
|Show Week: 12|
Race webcamsView cameras »
Dispatches from race directors Sahishnu Szcsesiul and Rupantar LaRusso.
Day 10: After Ten Days-Fitness Arrives Again
Seven of ten made it to the level of ‘very good, you passed 60 miles’ today, as a bright, sunny day was speckled with extensive breezes and lower humidity. Kobe Oren padded his lead to 10 miles over Vasu Duzhiy. Kobe is only 11 and a half miles behind his farthest run-distance of 755 miles, in our Ten Day race in 2016, having run over 70 miles this year in every day so far. He inspired the rest of the runners to ‘keep moving’, hence the fine finishes of the day from Smarana Puntigam, Surasa Mairer, Yolanda Holder, and even Ushika Muckenhumer. The latter moved from the caboose of the group to seventh overall. Fitness is being discovered and applied. With 19% of the race completed, we are optimistic for great performances to follow. As we often tell people about this race, you never know what you have until you try. Enjoy the summer days in the Northern Hemisphere, folks.
Kobi Oren-700 miles- 9:05:54:07
Vasu Duzhiy-700 miles-9:09:20:17
Race director Rupantar LaRusso captures some of the atmosphere of this unique race.View all videos on our Vimeo page
Latest updates from Utpal Marshall's excellent blog.Go to perfectionjourney.org