End of the 3100-Mile Race, 2017 edition

Ten runners at the race finish – Aug 8, 2017, midnight.

At the midnight of Aug 8 there happened a deadline for 3100-Mile Race 2017 edition – 52 days. Out of 10 runners at the start 5 sucessfully finished the whole distance. You will find race final results below.


Vasu Nikolay Duzhiy Russia 46 days + 17:38:22 6th finish in a row


Kaneenika Janakova Slovakia 48 days+14:24:10 women’s world record!


Nirbhasa Magee Irland 48 days+16:47 PB


Harita Davies New Zealand 51 days+12:48:14 national record


Yolanda Holder USA 51 days+17:00:13 age group record, first walker to ever finish the race


Smarana Puntigam Austria 2900 miles stop at day 52


Andrey Andreev Russia 2773 miles stop at day 52


Nidhruvi Zimmerman Austria 2714 miles stop at day 52


Sergey Kuzmin Russia 2700 miles stop at day 52


Ananda-Lahari Zuscin Slovakia 2565 miles stop at day 52

In addition to quite challenging task – to run average 60 miles per day, every edition of the Big Race put an extra surprises. In that sense intestinal virus was the main challange of the 2017 race. Organizers are yet to find the source of it, but because of diarrhoea and as consequence bold dehydration, 7 out of 10 runners received intra venous injection in the middle of July.

To have a glance on the 3100-Mile Race history with interviews and pictures please visit the blog www.3100.Lebedev.org.ua