Start of the world’s longest 3100-Mile Race in New-York

On June 16, at 6:00 am local time, the longest certified race in the world 3100-Miles started in New York. The race takes place for the 23rd year in a row in the New York suburb Jamaica, Queens, on a 0.5 mile lap.

The annual “Self-Transcendence 3100-Mile Race” was named by the New York Times as “Everest of Ultramarathons”. Runners must cover an average 60 miles per day to meet the 52-day deadline of the race. Participants are given 18 hours every day – from 6 am to midnight. Over the previous 22 starts, only 43 people in the world were able to finish the race.

This race is the flagship start of the international Sri Chinmoy marathon team.

There are 8 runners from 7 countries this year at the starting line.

Men:
🇫🇮 Ashprihanal Aalto (Finland), 48 years old
14 finishes at 3100. World record holder 40 days + 09: 06.21 (2015)
🇷🇺 Vasu Nikolai Duzhiy (Russia), 52 years
7 finishes for 3100. Threefold race winner (2013, 2017, 2018)
🇦🇹 Smarana Puntigam (Austria), 48 years old
7 finishes at 3100, the best result – 48 days + 04: 13.54 (2007)
🇮🇪 Nirbhasa Magee (Ireland), 40 years
2 finishes at 3100, the best result – 48 days + 16: 47.01 (2017)
🇸🇰 Ananda-Lahari Zuscin (Slovakia), 42 years
5 finishes at 3100, the best result – 49 days + 14: 25.37 (2006)
🇦🇹 Ushika Muckenhummer (Austria), 50 years
1 finish for 3100 with a time of 50 days + 07: 34.46 (2018)
🇧🇬 Todor Dimitrov (Bulgaria), 44 years
First start at 3100. National record holder for 12 hours

Women:
🇳🇿Harita Davies (New Zealand), 44
1 finish for 3100 with a time of 51 days + 12: 48.14 (2017)


There is a link to live webcam at the official website of the race www.3100.SriChinmoyRaces.org From this site you can also send a support letter to the runners.

You can also follow Utppal reports on the blog www.perfectionjourney.org

Photos from the race https://www.srichinmoyultraphoto.com/3100-mile-race/2019