The Twentieth Annual Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race

Results 2012

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About the author:

Rupantar has been the race director of the Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team since 1985, having been asked by Sri Chinmoy to serve in that capacity. As well as working on the big races the US Marathon Team organise each year - the 3100 Mile Race and the Six and 10 Day Race - he also spends a considerable amount of time archiving the Marathon Team's 40 year history on this website.

This year's race was the 15th Annual Self-Transcendence 3,100 Mile Race. Of the twelve starters, Six runners completed the race within the 52 day cutoff.

Race Results - 2012

Video interviews

Race Director Rupantar LaRusso catches the innermost feelings of the runners, their highs and lows, their sorrows and joys, in these often amusing video clips.

Video: Grahak Cunningham crosses the finish line in first place

Photo galleries

Utpal's Blog - 2012

Utpal Marshall's daily blog at Perfection Journey about the 2012 race

Other 3100 Websites:

About the author:

Nirbhasa is originally from Ireland but currently lives in Reykjavik, Iceland. He is an enthusiastic multi-day runner, having twice completed the Self-Transcendence Ten Day Race, and recently completed the Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race - the longest race in the world.

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3100 Mile Race: 2012 Final Results

  Men Days HH:MM:SS
1 Grahak Cunningham 43 10:36:39
2 Sarvagata Ukrainskyi 46 03:42:17
3 Pranjal Milovnik 47 11:23:02
4 Pushkar Mullauer 48 08:22:16
5 Atmavir P. Spacil 49 09:48:58
6 Vasu Duzhiy 51 10:47:39
Remaining Participants Miles
Stutisheel Lebedyev 2865.28
Pradeep Hoogakker 2842.24
Arpan DeAngelo 2742.35
Baladev Saraz 2585.40
Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 2524.48
Sopan Tsekov 1000.46
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Week 1 results

About the author:

Medur is our go-to person for many of the essential tasks involved in putting on our races: race setup, our lap counting system and our website. An enthusiastic runner himself, he has participated in many editions of the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run in Canada and the US.

Race Position: Day 52, August 7, 2012



The above chart displays the relative position of the runners as a percentage of the total combined cumulative distance run each day relative to the cutoff.  The cutoff is the distance required to finish the race within the official race duration of 52 days.

Daily Splits Part 1: Day 52, August 7, 2012



Daily Splits Part 2: Day 52, August 7, 2012


These charts plot the actual daily mileage of each runner. The cutoff is the daily distance of 59.6 miles required to complete the race in 52 days.