Archive for September 5, 2021

Start of 2021 Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race. Utpal’s blog

September 5, 2021

It seems such a familiar thing now this race that first started 25 years ago. And yet of course it is not. It can never be a stationary thing because it is after all about movement and about becoming. We are all very grateful to all those in Salzburg who managed to keep the flame burning bright last year. So today it begins once again were it all started and were it finds new life and hope and purpose. Not just each year but each and every moment. To read more, please follow the link

Start of the 3100  Mile Race in 2021

September 5, 2021

Archived – click Post Title to view all. The world’s longest certified 3100 Mile Race kicks off at 6:00 New York time on September 5th. The race takes place for the 25th time in the New York suburb, in the Jamaica, Queens, in a lap of 883 meters. This year there are 7 runners from 7 countries at the start. Men: 1. Andrea Marcato, 39 years, Italy (lives in Zurich, Switzerland). Winner of the Salzburg 3100 Mile Race in 2020. 2. Vasu Nikolay Duzhiy, 54 years, St. Petersburg, Russia. 8 finishes at 3100. Three-time race winner (2013, 2017, 2018) 3. Stutisheel Oleg Lebedev, 51 years old, Kiev, Ukraine. The first Ukrainian to finish the race in 2004. There are 9 finishes in total at his credit. 4. Ananda-Lahari Zuschin, 47 years, Kosice, Slovakia. 6 finishes for 3100 out of 16 starts. 5. Takasumi Seno, 39 years, Japan. Ran 4000 km in Athens in 2020. Will start 3100 Miles in New York for the first time. 6. Lo Wei Ming, 58 years, Taiwan (ROC). Holder of national records for 48 hours, six days, 1000 km, 10 days and 1000 miles. Will start 3100 Miles in New York for the first time. Women: 1. Harita Davis, 46, Christchurch, New Zealand / USA. Holder of the national 3100 Mile Record. Has 2 finishes at the Race. To know more about the runners please visit Runners 2021 page Runners have 52 days to cover the distance and meet the official deadline on October 26. Runners must cover an average of 96 kilometers per day to cover 3,100 miles (4,987 km) in a 52-day deadline. Runners…