The Nineteenth Annual Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race

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3100 Mile Race: 2006 Final Standings

  Men Days HH:MM:SS
1 Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk 41 8:16:29
2 Asprihanal Aalto 43 15:49:33
3 Ayojan Srdjan Stojanovich 44 13:32:04
4 Hans-Jurgen Schlotter 47 4:10:25
5 Pranab Vladovic 47 13:43:30
6 Smarana Puntigam 48 13:38:48
7 Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 49 14:25:37
8 Diganta Rainald Pobitzer 50 11:52:27
9 Sopan Tsvetan Tsekov 50 13:48:57
10 Martin Milovnik 51 16:22:54
11 Stutisheel Lebedyev 54 4:24:41
12 Rathin Boulton 57 6:33:30
13 Abichal Watkins 58 16:22:04
DNF Kuranga Peel    
     
  Women    
1 Suprabha Beckjord 60 4:35:24

Week : 9
August 6 to August 12, 2006

Runner Day 57 Day 58 Day 59 Day 60 Day 61 Day 62 Day 63
Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
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Asprihanal Aalto 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
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Srdjan Stojanovich 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
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Hans-Jurgen Schlotter 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
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Pranab Vladovic 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
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Smarana Puntigam 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
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Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
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Rainald Pobitzer 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
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Tsvetan Tsekov,Bulgaria 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
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Martin Milovnik 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
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Stutisheel Lebedyev 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
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Rathin Boulton 3076.02 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total 54.88 24.15
Abichal Watkins 2996.99 3050.77 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total 50.49 53.78 49.4
Suprabha Beckjord (F) 2942.11 2989.86 3037.6 3085.35 3100.17
day total 46.65 47.75 47.74 47.75 14.82
Kuranga Peel 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75
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2006 Final Results

Day 61 (Aug 10)

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Suprabha Beckjord, 50, from Washington, DC, finished today in 60 Days+04:35:24, becoming the only ten-time finisher in the decade long history of the race. She has also been the only female. As prolific as any ultrarunner in the world, Suprabha has now run over 33,700 miles(54,234.89 km) around the famous block in a quiet Queens,New York neighborhood in the past eleven summers(including the seminal 2700 mile event in 1996). The modest storeowner from the nations capital was one of 14 finishers in this years race, also a new record.
Updated by Sahishnu
Aug 11, 2006 at 10:20 AM


Day 60 (Aug 9)


Suprabha Beckjord ran 47.74 miles to get into position to finish Thursday morning at around 10:30am. She will have run all ten editions of the 3100 miler, plus 2700 miles in 1996, making it 33,800 + miles on this concrete block of a course. She is still the only female to do the race. Awesome!
Updated by Sahishnu
Aug 10, 2006 at 6:47 AM


Day 59 (Aug 8)

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Abichal Watkins,45, from Pontypool,Wales completed the 3100 mile race for the third time in 58 days+16:22:04. He was the thirteenth finisher, tying the record from 2005.He was greeted by a large throng of friends, well-wishers and fellow runners.Suprabha Beckjord needs 114 more laps to complete her odyssey of ten finishes, which is set for Thursday morning around 10:00 AM.
Updated by Sahishnu
Aug 9, 2006 at 7:50 AM


Day 58 (Aug 7)

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Rathin Boulton, 33, from Canberra, Australia finished in 12th place in a time of 57 days+06:33:30, his third finish of the race in four attempts. Rathin weathered the ferocious heat wave of last week and finished with a solid effort. Abichal Watkins, 45, from Pontypool, Wales placed himself in a position to finish Tuesday evening, with only 90 laps (49.39 miles) to go. Suprabha Beckjord, the only female in the race, will finish Thursday morning to complete this epic event.
Updated by Sahishnu
Aug 8, 2006 at 4:30 PM


Day 57 (Aug 6)


Rathin Boulton is only 44 laps(24.12 miles) away from finishing his third 3100 miler in as many years, after reaching 100 laps today. Abichal is hoping for late Tuesday to finish, but there might not be enough left in the tank for that.
Updated by Sahishnu
Aug 7, 2006 at 2:38 PM


Day 56 (Aug 5)

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The hot weather was still around, but not as severe as during the last week. After eight weeks, Rathin Boulton is close, but will need until Monday morning to finish. He was the only one to break a half-century with 52.13 miles.
Updated by Sahishnu
Aug 6, 2006 at 5:08 PM


Day 55 (Aug 4)

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Stutisheel Lebedyev, 36, from Kiev, Ukraine became the twelfth finisher in the 3100 mile race, clocking in at 54 days+04:24:41. This was his third finish in as many attempts. He averaged 57.215 miles per day (92.079 km). The heat wave was still lingering somewhat, but by evening relief was felt after six very hot days and nights. It appears that Rathin Boulton will finish late Monday morning.
Updated by Sahishnu
Aug 5, 2006 at 9:08 PM


Day 54 (Aug 3)

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The last day of the heat wave of '06 and the intrepid warriors continue. Stutisheel Lebedyev needs only 33 laps-18 miles- to finish Friday morning.Rathin took day honors with 100 laps(54.88 miles). The runners have weathered the storm as well as the high mileage to edge into position to finish.
Updated by Sahishnu
Aug 6, 2006 at 8:58 PM


Day 53 (Aug 2)

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100º temps (38+ C) stayed in the area, with nary a cloud or a breeze, making life difficult and running almost impossible. Yet, the four remaining heroes stayed the course and came steps closer to the end. Rathin led the gang of four with 53.28 miles. Stutisheel appears headed to a Friday rendevous with the finish line - his temperate climate background limiting his chances for an earlier finish.
Updated by Sahishnu
Aug 3, 2006 at 7:08 AM


Day 52 (Aug 1)

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Martin Milovnik from Slovakia and the remaining runners battled near 100º temps and sticky, humid conditions, with Mr. Milovnik finishing 3100 miles in 51 days+16:22:54. He took 7 days and 20 hours off his previous time. The field used caution as the hot sun was almost unbearable to run in. Stutisheel Lebedyev will probably finish on Friday morning. The total of 10 finishers under 52 days is unprecedented.
Updated by Sahishnu
Aug 2, 2006 at 6:58 AM


Day 51 (July 31)

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Diganta Rainald Pobitzer, 26, from Austria, brought his race to a glorious finish in 50 days +11:52:27, a testament to his ability to withstand an infection in his leg, sore ankles and a very sore knee. After healing during the early weeks of the race he put on a furious charge to best his previous time by 2 hours and 42 minutes. Later, Sopan Tsvetan Tsekov,25, reached 3100 miles 27 hours faster than he previously had done last year, in 50 days+13:48:57.Both runners have made it nine men under 51 days. and all with personal bests, an amazing result of this event. Tuesday, Martin Milovnik should finish in the evening, as he has only 50.4 miles to go.
Updated by Sahishnu
Aug 1, 2006 at 6:28 AM


Day 50 (July 30)

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Ananda-Lahari Zuscin,31, from Slovakia, finiahed seventh in a time of 49 days +14:25:37, shaving a stunning eight days and 21 hours off his previous best time. He climbs from 20th to 11th place on the list of finishers in the ten year history of the race. He averaged 62.502 miles(100.587 km) per day. Rainald Pobitzer had his best day since Day 1, running 70.24 miles and tying Tsvetan with one day and 89 laps to go. Both will finish in the afternoon or early evening on Monday, although another heat wave is entering the area. Martin Milovnik is hoping to finish Tuesday.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 31, 2006 at 7:18 AM


Day 49 (July 29)

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Smarana Puntigam finished 3100 miles in sixth place in a time of 48 days+13:38:48, his personal best and fifth straight finish, all of them under 51 days. He remains tenth ranked alltime in 3100 mile history. Rainald Pobitzer led the day with 67.5 miles, edging closer to the goal. Ananda-Lahari Zuscin needs only 53.1 miles to finish early Sunday evening. The temperature and humidity index soared near 100 today, with more of the same again Sunday and Monday.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 30, 2006 at 8:45 AM


Day 48 (July 28)

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Hans-Jurgen Schlotter, 43, from Horb, Germany completed 3100 miles in his first attempt, reaching his goal in 47 days + 04:10:25. His performance garners a fifth place ranking all time at the distance. Later that evening, Pranab Vladovic reached 3100 miles in 47 days + 13:43:30, an improvement over last year of nearly seven days, and a sixth place ranking alltime. Heavy showers and thundershowers hit the area yet again in the late afternoon, but could not stall the intrepid runners and their intended rendez-vous with satisfaction. Smarana has only 88 laps left(48.13 miles), so he should reach the finish line by 7:00 pm Saturday.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 29, 2006 at 7:29 AM


Day 47 (July 27)

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Hans-Jurgen Schlotter needs only 35 laps(19 miles) on Friday morning to finish 3100 miles for the first time. He waited-out a pesky thunderstorm that kept producing more rain Thursday night. Pranab Vladovic requires 57 miles to finish as well Friday evening. He led the way again with 69.14 miles. The remaining runners are giving it their best as a hot, sticky airmass remained upon us. Hotter weather is predicted for the next several days.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 28, 2006 at 8:29 AM

Day 46 (July 26)

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Pranab Vladovic took day honors with 68.6 miles, but Hans-Jurgen Schlotter remains only 81 miles(148 laps) from finishing after running another 67.5 mile day. He is averaging 65.62 miles(105.62 km) per day. Both men will finish on Friday.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 27, 2006 at 8:29 AM

Day 45 (July 25)

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Srdjan Stojanovich, the defending champion, made it to the finish line of the 3100 mile race in 44 days+13:32:04, his best time and an improvement by nearly 45 hours over last year when he ran and won the race. Meanwhile, Hans Jurgen Schlotter is set to be the next finisher on Friday, as well as Pranab Vladovic.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 26, 2006 at 7:19 AM

Day 44 (July 24)

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Just past 10 pm, Asprihanal Aalto, from Helsinki, Finland completed 3100 miles and became just the second person to ever average 70+ miles with an official time of 43 days+15:49:33. He ran 65.30 miles to reach the goal, surrounded by friends and admirers. Sri Chinmoy came and wrote a song for Asprihanal, who finished 3100 miles for the sixth time and averaged 71.008 miles(114.276 km). The young Finn has three wins and three second places in his resume. Srdjan ran 70.24 miles to position himself to finish on Tuesday at around 7:30 pm. He is 120 miles ahead of his winning pace from last year. Amazing!
Updated by Sahishnu
July 25, 2006 at 2:05 AM

Day 43 (July 23)

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Asprihanal Aalto needs only 119 laps to reach his goal of 3100 miles on Monday evening, after he ran 72.99 on Sunday to lead the rest of the pack. He is averaging 70.57 miles(113.584km) per day, which is far above his best of 66.986 miles per day from 2004. Srdjan Stojanovich will finish on Tuesday afternoon, as he is still cruising 118 miles ahead of his 2005 pace. The rest are getting in position to finish, and dealing with fatigue and rising temps.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 24, 2006 at 5:35 PM

Day 42 (July 22)

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Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk, 50, from Solingen,Germany, shattered his own world best, reaching 3100 miles in 41 days+08:16:29, and won the Tenth Annual Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race. The intrepid Mr. Schwerk, an instument maker and wood crafter back home in Germany, averaged 75.111 miles (120.878 km) per day, while besting his previous performance from 2002 in the same race by 29 hours, seven minutes, and 34 seconds. Race founder Sri Chinmoy presided over the finish line ceremony, in which a song was written in Madhupran's honor and performed by a large choir. After receiving congratulations from all his fellow competitors and gifts from friends and admirers, Mr. Schwerk continued on the course to run 13 laps to 5000 km. His storybook performance in 2002 was thought to be unbreakable, after having taken four days off the previous record. He said he might have gone even faster if not for heavy rains the last 48 hours and very high temperatures just days ago.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 23, 2006 at 9:25 AM

Another Video: Interviews - Day 37 pm

Day 41 (July 21)

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Madhupran Schwerk has climbed to within 71 laps of his coveted goal of 3100 miles with another 77.38 mile day. Despite a severe morning downpour and afternoon thunderstorm, the field moved along, none for wear. Mr. Schwerk amassed more intermediate marks-3000 miles=40+03:21:31; 4900km= 40+14:13:10; and the 41 day total=3061.2064 miles(4926.518km). Madhupran should finish 3100 miles Saturday afternoon. Srdjan Stojanovich reached 70.24 miles and continued his impressive performance- he is 117 miles ahead of his winning pace from 2005.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 22, 2006 at 7:46 AM

Madhupran Schwerk eased to within 116 miles of the finish line with a blistering 77.38 miles today. No one else could muster a 70 plus day. Along the way he set three new records-4700 km=39+02:59:13; 4800km = 39+17:49:34; and a new 40 day total=2983.8256 miles(4802.0015 km). He remains 83 miles ahead of record pace. The weather was a little cooler today, but we were lucky that the remnants of a tropical storm just missed us.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 21, 2006 at 7:25 AM

New Video: Interviews - Day 37


Madhupran and Asprihanal regained pre-heat-wave form with 73.53 miles each, as more comfortable conditions prevailed. Madhupran set three intermediate marks-4600 km=38days+05:58:10; 2900 miles=38 days+16:29:59; and total 39 days=2906.4448 miles(4677.4692). Mr. Schwerk has less than 200 miles to go, averaging 74.524 miles per day(119.935 km/day). Eight men reached 60 or more for the day. Madhupran is 78+ miles ahead of 2002 record pace. He plans to finish on Saturday, most likely in the afternoon.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 20, 2006 at 8:26 AM

The heat wave came to an end in a violent way with heavy rain, lightning, and thunderstorms at about 10pm. The damage had been done before. With temps in the high nineties for a third straight day, the runners backed off from their normal pace. Madhupran Schwerk had his lowest day total since Day 17 with 57.07 miles, but he still reached three new records: 4500 km=37+05:56:52; 2800 miles = 37+07:07:30; and 38 day total = 2832.9056 miles (4559.119km). Srdjan and Asprihanal tied for day leader with 66.95 miles. Suprabha Beckjord passed the 2000 mile split for the eleventh time in her career and still going after so many miles and races.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 19, 2006 at 7:15 AM

Video: Race Start



You cannot mess with Mother Nature. The biggest heat wave since 1999 has entered the area, with temps rising to high 90's, and some humidity- difficult conditions. Yet Srdjan Stojanovich, the defending champ, ran 66.95 miles to cop day honors, followed closely by Pranab Vladovich and Asprihanal Aalto, both with 66.40 miles. Our leader and record breaker Madhupran Schwerk stayed smart and eased through the day with 60.91 miles, all the while setting two new marks-4400km=36+04:48:05 and 37 day total=2775.8304 miles(4467.265km). He is still 89 miles ahead of record pace.Even with the heat-humidity index in the 100-105 degree range, seven men still passed sixty miles. The drama continues . . . .
Updated by Sahishnu
July 18, 2006 at 7:52 AM
The first day of the heatwave made its presence felt, with temps in the 90's and no breezes. This could not stop the field of intrepid runners, as 11 runners again topped 60 miles, led by Madhupran Schwerk's 77.38. He set three more new records-4300km=35+07:36:40; 2700 miles=35+14:01:21; and 36 day total=2714.9136 miles(4369.229km). The relentless Mr. Schwerk is still 88 miles ahead of his 2002 pace. He is literally pulling the rest of the field along, as the first nine are all on pace to finish under 51 days- a remarkable feat. However, three more heat wave days lie ahead. We shall see!
Updated by Sahishnu
July 17, 2006 at 8:06 AM
Asprihanal Aalto regained fine form to lead the field with 72.44 miles as his leg and stomach are healing. Madhupran had some leg problems but still garnered 64.75 miles. He set three new marks-2600 miles=34+07:33:28; 4200 km=34+10:15:31;and 35 day total= 2637.5328 miles(4244.697km). He is nearly 80 miles ahead of 2002 record pace. Srdjan, Hans-Jurgen and Pranab all tallied 69+ miles. A total of eleven men went over 60 miles- quite indicative of fitness, especially considering temps were in the high 80's. The fiery summer days start Sunday to Tuesday at least.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 16, 2006 at 8:12 AM
Temps around 90º and a hot, baking sun could not halt the relentless drive of Madhupran Schwerk as he led the way again with 71.34 miles. Asprihanal Aalto started to regain form with 65.85 as a leg infection was under control.Srdjan ran 69.14 and Hans-Jurgen 70.22 to round out the four men who have flirted with 70 miles several times during this race. Madhupran has the most active streak with 16 straight days over 70 miles- the new 'gold standard' of this amazing race. Mr. Schwerk posted new records of 4100km =33 days+11:27:22;and 34 day total= 2501.4304 miles (4025.661km) to add to his treasure chest of accomplishments.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 15, 2006 at 1:10 AM
Madhupran ran 80.12 miles today, lifting himself past 2500 miles while garnering four new records:3900 km=32+00:34:37; 4000 km=32+14:22:25; 2500 miles=32+17:24:34; and 33 day total= 2501.4304 miles(4025.661 km). He is averaging 75.80 miles per day and is less than 600 miles away from his primary goal. Asprihanal Aalto is still fighting an infection in his leg, but is feeling better today, although weak. High heat arrives on Friday with temps expected in the low 90's. The field in general is still amazingly strong.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 14, 2006 at 1:42 AM
Madhupran and Hans-Jurgen Schlotter were the only ones over 70 miles, as heavy rains pummeled the area, both in the late afternoon, and then at 1100pm. Mr. Schwerk set new marks for 3800km=31 days+03:30:52; 2400 miles= 31 days+12:54:09 and 32 day total=2421.3056 miles(3896.713km). Asprihanal Aalto lost his streak of over 70's as he suffered a painful shin injury and ran to 60.3 miles for the day. The heavy humidity paved the way for the series of storms that came through. Lightning and thunder came perilously close to the course as several runners took to the vans for shelter. Hot and humid days loom ahead, as Madhupran is now less than 700 miles away from his primary goal.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 13, 2006 at 1:17 PM


Four men went over 70 miles again today, despite hot, humid conditions and virtually no breezes. Madhupran Schwerk added to his astounding totals with 76.83 miles, gleaning new records for 3700 km-30 days+06:23:04; 2300 miles=30+06:31:13; and 31 day total= 2348.3152 miles(3779.246km). Asprihanal Aalto continued his torrid streak of over 70 mile days to 23 with 71.89 miles. Hans-Jurgen Schlotter continues to impress with 70.24 miles and an early-to-bed finish mentality. Hans is making his first time look easy. Ananda-Lahari Zuscin ran over 70 for the second straight day and is firmly in seventh place. He even threw in sub-five minute laps(about 7-8 minute miles) for extended periods in the evening, seemingly none the worse for wear. The very sticky weather will continue for another day or two. In all, nine runners topped 60.9 miles or more for the day.
Updated by Sahishnu
July 12, 2006 at 11:12 AM

This field is strong! An unprecedented five runners topped 70 miles or more for the first time in the middle of the race other than the first day. Asprihanal Aalto and Madhupran Schwerk each reached 76.28 miles. Hans-Jurgen Schlotter reached 70.79 miles,as did Ananda-Lahari Zuscin. Pranab Vladovic totalled 70.24 miles and moved into fifth place overall. Mr. Aalto edged Madhupran by three minutes to take day honors, as well as extending his 70+ streak to 22 days. All these performances came on a hazy, hot sticky day with highs in the mid-80's. Madhupran set three more new marks- 2200 miles-29+01:03:12; 3600km-29+10:21:36; and 30 day total-2271.4832 miles(3639.697km). He still remains 59 miles ahead of record pace.
Updated by Sahishnu

Asprihanal Aalto has continued his streak of 70plus miles per day, leading the way through a muggy, hazy summer day with 74.63 miles.The streak has stretched to 21 days. Madhupran had a quiet 73.53 miles, having completed 4000 total laps or 70.7% of the race- still on record pace. He set two new marks-3500km in 28 days+12:47:14; and the 29 day total=2195.2 miles(3532.831km). He is still 57 miles ahead of record pace. Srdjan Stojanovich and Hans-Jurgen Schlotter both reached 69.69 miles, and Pranab Vladovich moved to one lap behind Smarana Puntigam for fifth place.Eleven runners passed 60.9 miles or more, as their fitness is paying dividends.

Updated by Sahishnu

Madhupran Schwerk led the way with four more records today, 3300km =27 days+01:06:53; 2100miles=27days+12:51:29 3400km=27days+16:03:04; and 28 day total=2121.6608 mi (3414.481km). He led the day as well with 75.73 miles, edging Asprihanal who tallied 74.63. Mr. Aalto had his 20th straight plus 70 mile day, a mind-boggling feat as well. Madhupran has less than 1000 miles to go, and is 58 miles ahead of himself from 2002. Ten runners tallied over 60 plus miles.

Updated by Sahishnu

Madhupran Schwerk reached 2000 miles in record time as he recorded 76.83 miles today. The time(26 days+06:33:50) included the second 1000 miles in 13 days+14:37:10, and is over 19 hours better than the previous mark. He also passed 3200 km (26+04:14:19) and farthest in 26 days(2045.9284 miles).Second place runner Asprihanal Aalto continues the formidable streak of over 70 mile days to 19 big ones, and ran 74 miles for the day. The first eleven men all went over 61+ miles, a fine achievement due in part to clear, cooler weather and their overall level of fitness.

Updated by Sahishnu
Madhupran blitzed the course for a full lap sheet(77.38 miles) today, as a German film crew watched his every movement in the morning. Mr Schwerk is now 59+ miles ahead of his 2002 record pace. He set three new marks today as well-1900 miles=25days+01:46:35; 3100 km=25days+07:46:38; and 26 days=1969.0944 miles(3168.95 km). Asprihanal Aalto kept the streak alive with a late rally to reach 71.89 miles, his 18th consecutive plus 70 outing. Srdjan remains miles ahead of his own best from last year, recording another 69 mile day. The rain left the area after the final showers departed, leaving cooler, clear skies, of which the runners ran ahead in earnest. Smarana and Pranab both had their best days since Day 1(66.95 and 68.6 miles, respectively).

Updated by Sahishnu
Madhupran and Asprihanal ran well yet again all day, despite a torrential downpour of 2-3 inches of rain in 40 minutes during the mid morning. The cooler temps helped everyone, but Madhupran filled the lap sheet with 77.38 miles. He set new marks for 3000km=24 days+11:27:20; and 25 days total=1891.7136 miles(3044.417km). Asprihanal kept the 70+ streak alive at 17 straight days by running 74.63 miles. He is averaging 74.5 miles per day during this duration.

Updated by Sahishnu
The hot, sticky, sometimes sweltering summer day could not thwart our legion of tough runners. Madhupran continued his domination with 76.83 miles, three laps more than Asprihanal who reached 75.18 miles. Mr. Schwerk collected four new records along the way, including 2800km = 23 days+00:34:18; 1800 miles=23 days+14:21:51; 2900 km=23 days + 14:57:09; 24 days=1814.3328 miles(2919.885km).He is 48 miles ahead of his 2002 record run. The first nine men are on pace to finish under 51 days. Mr. Aalto has run 16 straight days over 70 miles, his finest streak in the six episodes of this race that he has run.

Updated by Sahishnu
Madhupran and Asprihanal are going where few have ever gone. In a day with high temps in the 90's and sticky humidity, the two posted 75.18 and 74.05 mile days, respectively. Mr Schwerk took three more marks for 2700 km(22+03:18:31); 1700 miles (22+08:18:34) and 23 days total=1737.5008 miles.Mr Aalto recorded his 15th straight of 70 miles in a day.

Updated by Sahishnu
The big three ran above 70 miles today, despite the near 90º temps and sticky conditions. Asprihanal led the way with 77.92 miles, Madhupran netted 75.18, and Srdjan totalled 71.34. Madhupran passed ahead of three marks today- 1600 miles in 21+02:37:28;2600 km in 21+06:13:41; and 22 day total of 1662.31 miles(2675.23 km). He is 26 miles ahead of 2002 record pace.All of the top three are ahead of their own best totals for all the intermediate splits leading up to 3100 miles.

Updated by Sahishnu
Three weeks into the race,Madhupran Schwerk is rolling along, posting another 75+ mile day. He is 29 miles ahead of his 2002 record pace. Today he eclipsed his 2500 km mark(20 days + 13:26:39), as well as 21 day total(1587.1296 miles(2554.237 km). Asprihanal Aalto continues to amaze, running his 13th straight 70+ day. Srdjan was still ahead of his own 2005 personal marks with 68+ miles, and Hans_Jurgen Schlotter has moved into fourth place, averaging 63.97 miles.The breaking in period is over- now the athletes must survive the hot weather days ahead and continue the quest for the endless laps and miles(or km's).

Updated by Sahishnu
The top three all passed 72 miles for the day, with Srdjan Stojanovich claiming day honors with 133 laps(72.99 miles) by only two minutes over Asprihanal Aalto with the same total. Madhupran Schwerk was only one lap behind the younger men, as he claimed two more records(2400 km-19days+13:06:41, and 20 days total-1511.944 miles-2433.237 km). Warm afternoon weather gave way to some brief storms in the evening. Hot weather, in the 90's, is due Sunday and Monday.

Updated by Sahishnu
Madhupran Schwerk set two new intermediate marks: 1400 miles(18+08:12:40) and 19 days(1439.5024 miles(2316.654 km)) as the weather turned hotter and more humid in the afternoon. Asprihanal Aalto took day honors again with 74.08 miles, the eleventh straight day with 70 or more. Suprabha Beckjord passed 1000 miles for the sixteenth time in her long and illustrious career.

Updated by Sahishnu
Madhupran Schwerk has set three new marks on his way to catching the tracks of his 2002 record run. His bests began with the total for 18 days=1367.6096 miles(2200.954km); preceded by 2100 km=17days+01:11:10,and followed lastly by 2200km=17 days+17:58:25. He was again eclipsed for day honors by Asprihanal Aalto, who ran 72.44 miles, his tenth straight day over 70 miles.

Updated by Sahishnu
A stomach virus is bothering Madhupran Schwerk, but not to the point where he couldn't reach 1300 miles in a sparkling time of 16 days+16:39:22, third fastest alltime, and the fastest split of that distance in a longer race.Mr. Schwerk is averaging 76.47 miles per day so far. Asprihanal Aalto took day honors with 76.83 miles, and has run nine days of 70+ plus, perhaps the finest extended moment in all of his sparkling performances in 3100 lore. He is averaging 70.5 miles per day overall.

Updated by Sahishnu
Madhupran Schwerk asserted his athletic prowess by running 82.3 miles and dominating the days proceedings. Asprihanal went past 70 miles for the eighth straight day. Pranab Vladovic went past 1000 miles for the second time in his career (1000mi. in 15+09:37:50). Smarana Puntigam from Austria went past the kilo mark for the sixth time (15+12:02:15). Hans-Jurgen Schlotter from Germany eased past 1000 miles in 15+14:12:55. The intermittent rains of the past several days stayed away at night and the runneers took advantage of the relatively cool conditions.

Updated by Sahishnu
Asprihanal Aalto took high mileage honors for the second day in a row with a sparkling 81.2 miles. Madhupran Schwerk ran 80.12 miles to maintain a sizeable lead over the rest of the field. He is 36 miles ahead of his 2002 performance. Asprihanal passed 1000 miles in 14+07:09:34; Srdjan reached the kilo mark a little earlier(14+05:47:50) but relinquished second place to the hard-charging Mr. Aalto. Asprihanal has now run 7 days straight over 70 miles.

Updated by Sahishnu
Three runners topped 70 miles today as a persistent weather pattern kept discharging showers all afternoon. Asprihanal Aalto led the way with 79.02 miles, just ahead of race leader Madhupran Schwerk who had 77.92 miles, followed by defending champ Srdjan Stojanovich (72.44 miles). The entire field seemed to have decent running in the forecast, as the top nine were above 60 miles. Mr. Aalto in particular looked good after six straight days over 70 miles. Mr. Schwerk leads all runners with an average of 77.3 miles per day.

Updated by Sahishnu
Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk became the third fastest over 50 man alltime for 1000 miles as he cruised in at 12 days+15:56:40. He ran 76.83 miles. Asprihanal Aalto ran 74.63 miles for his fifth day in a row over 70. Heavy thundershowers moved into the area just as the last few runners were on their last lap.

Updated by Sahishnu
After 11 days of extraordinary running, Madhupran felt the rigors of the distance and the concrete colossus underneath him. He ran 63.66 miles, but bowed to Asprihanal Aalto for day honors with 72.44 miles. Mr Aalto has topped 70 for four straight days. Eleven of the 14 remaing runners went past 60 miles for the day - a rare feat.

Updated by Sahishnu
Madhupran Schwerk continued his torrid pace with another 81.77 mile day. He has a 96 mile lead on the field, and is 46 miles ahead of his record pace in 2002, when he blitzed the course in 42 days, 13 hours. Asprihanal logged 72.44 miles, and Srdjan reached 70.24 miles as well. The lower humidity helped a lot for all the runners.

Updated by Sahishnu
The German machine continues to roll, as the great Mr. Schwerk ran 83.96 miles, reaching 782 miles for 10 days, a 78+ mile per day average. Ashprihanal Aalto reached 74.6 miles, his best effort since Day 1, to climb up to third place.

Updated by Sahishnu
Asprihanal was seen floating and dancing around the course in the early evening as his energy level returned to the tune of 70.7 miles. He was second to Madhupran's day-leading 72.44 miles.

Updated by Sahishnu
The air quality was bad but the field responded well and ran on, with Madhupran Schwerk leading yet again with 70.7 miles on a hot, muggy Father's Day. Srdjan again increased his efforts while climbing into second place.

Updated by Sahishnu
Madhupran has moved 20+ miles ahead of his record pace of 2002, when he won the 3100 in 42 days,13 hours. He has not had a day below 75 miles yet. The rest of the field is coping with sore shins and feet. The temps went to 88º but clouds and a stiff breeze cooled things down at night.

Updated by Sahishnu
Madhupran Schwerk reached 478 miles for six days, a formidable effort considering the races is to be several weeks long. Mr. Schwerk again took day honors, but Srdjan from Serbia cracked 70 miles for the first time since Day 2. Warmer weather has moved into the area.

Updated by Sahishnu
Madhupran Schwerk led the way again with 75.7 miles, his shortest day in miles but seemingly the easiest. He makes it look too cool! And at age 50, he is doing wonders for the older generation. He is averaging 80 miles per day.

Updated by Sahishnu
Mr. Madhupran Schwerk extended his lead to 32 miles with another 79-mile day. He is averaging over 81 miles per day so far.

Updated by Sahishnu
Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk dominated Day 3 with 82.8 miles, as clear, warmer weather prevailed. He has pulled 17 miles ahead of Kuranga Peel from Austria. Mr. Schwerk is averaging over 82 miles a day for the race.

Updated by Sahishnu
Madhupran Schwerk regained the lead by three laps with 79.2 miles, totalling 164.1 miles. Kuranga Peel remained in second place.Last year's winner Srdjan Stojanovich moved into third place at 153.6 miles. The clear weather stayed for another day.

Updated by Sahishnu
Fifteen runners burst from the starting line of the Tenth Annual Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race in Jamaica, Queens. Kuranga Peel from Austria led the way with 90.5 miles. He was followed by world record holder Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk of Germany, who managed 85.1 miles before the day ended. Six of the world's fastest ten runners at the distance were in the race, including 9-time finisher Suprabha Beckjord from Washington, DC., still the only woman in the race. Brisk winds and cool temps helped the field through the sunny day.

Updated by Sahishnu

Week : 8
July 30 to August 5, 2006

Runner Day 50 Day 51 Day 52 Day 53 Day 54 Day 55 Day 56
Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total
Asprihanal Aalto 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total
Srdjan Stojanovich 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total
Hans-Jurgen Schlotter 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total
Pranab Vladovic 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total
Smarana Puntigam 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total
Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total 53.24
Rainald Pobitzer 3051.32 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total 70.24 48.85
Tsvetan Tsekov,Bulgaria 3051.32 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total 58.16 48.85
Martin Milovnik 2992.05 3049.68 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total 55.97 57.63 50.49
Stutisheel Lebedyev 2876.26 2934.43 2982.17 3028.27 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total 51.59 58.17 47.74 46.1 71.9
Rathin Boulton 2709.97 2765.95 2816.99 2870.22 2925.1 2969 3021.14
day total 55.43 55.98 51.04 53.23 54.88 43.9 52.14
Abichal Watkins 2640.27 2694.05 2745.09 2795.58 2847.72 2898.21 2946.5
day total 54.88 53.78 51.04 50.49 52.14 50.49 48.29
Suprabha Beckjord (F) 2607.89 2658.38 2706.68 2752.78 2802.17 2848.82 2895.46
day total 48.29 50.49 48.3 46.1 49.39 46.65 46.64
Kuranga Peel 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75
day total

Week : 7
July 23 to July 29, 2006

Runner Day 43 Day 44 Day 45 Day 46 Day 47 Day 48 Day 49
Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total
Asprihanal Aalto 3034.86 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total 72.99 65.31
Srdjan Stojanovich 2972.3 3042.54 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17 3100.17
day total 69.7 70.24 57.63
Hans-Jurgen Schlotter 2819.73 2885.59 2951.44 3018.94 3080.96 3100.17 3100.17
day total 66.95 65.86 65.85 67.5 62.02 19.21
Pranab Vladovic 2769.79 2837.29 2904.79 2973.39 3042.55 3100.17 3100.17
day total 65.31 67.5 67.5 68.6 69.16 57.62
Smarana Puntigam 2736.31 2799.42 2862.54 2926.2 2989.86 3051.87 3100.17
day total 63.11 63.11 63.12 63.66 63.66 62.01 48.3
Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 2667.16 2730.82 2795.03 2858.15 2921.26 2985.47 3046.93
day total 65.3 63.66 64.21 63.12 63.11 64.21 61.46
Tsvetan Tsekov,Bulgaria 2628.75 2690.21 2751.68 2812.6 2872.96 2936.08 2993.16
day total 62.1 61.46 61.47 60.92 60.36 63.12 57.08
Rainald Pobitzer 2574.96 2644.11 2712.17 2780.22 2847.17 2913.57 2981.08
day total 68.05 69.15 68.06 68.05 66.95 66.4 67.51
Martin Milovnik 2594.17 2651.8 2708.87 2766.5 2824.12 2880.65 2936.08
day total 56.52 57.63 57.07 57.63 57.62 56.53 55.43
Stutisheel Lebedyev 2488.8 2546.98 2609.79 2664.42 2722.59 2767.04 2824.67
day total 56.52 58.18 62.81 54.63 58.17 44.45 57.63
Rathin Boulton 2317.03 2371.91 2431.18 2489.9 2544.78 2604.05 2654.54
day total 54.88 54.88 59.27 58.72 54.88 59.27 50.49
Abichal Watkins 2275.87 2331.3 2383.98 2433.37 2483.86 2534.35 2585.39
day total 53.23 55.43 52.68 49.39 50.49 50.49 51.04
Suprabha Beckjord (F) 2256.66 2307.7 2358.74 2409.78 2459.17 2509.11 2559.6
day total 51.04 51.04 51.04 51.04 49.39 49.94 50.49
Kuranga Peel 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75
day total

Week : 6
July 16 to July 22, 2006

Runner Day 36 Day 37 Day 38 Day 39 Day 40 Day 41 Day 42
Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk 2714.91 2775.83 2832.9 2906.44 2983.82 3061.2 3100.17
day total 77.38 60.92 57.07 73.54 77.38 77.38 38.97
Asprihanal Aalto 2555.76 2622.16 2689.12 2762.65 2819.73 2888.33 2961.87
day total 68.6 66.4 66.96 73.53 57.08 68.6 73.54
Srdjan Stojanovich 2492.64 2559.6 2626.56 2695.71 2763.75 2834 2902.6
day total 69.69 66.96 66.96 69.15 68.04 70.25 68.6
Hans-Jurgen Schlotter 2376.85 2431.18 2485.51 2552.46 2619.97 2685.82 2752.78
day total 65.86 54.33 54.33 66.95 67.51 65.85 66.96
Pranab Vladovic 2323.07 2389.47 2454.23 2521.18 2587.04 2649.6 2704.48
day total 69.7 66.4 64.76 66.95 65.86 62.56 54.88
Smarana Puntigam 2304.96 2369.16 2433.92 2494.29 2547.92 2608.99 2673.2
day total 64.76 64.2 64.76 60.37 53.63 61.07 64.21
Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 2274.71 2332.4 2373.01 2429.53 2486.06 2543.13 2601.86
day total 65.25 57.69 40.61 56.52 56.53 57.07 58.73
Tsvetan Tsekov,Bulgaria 2206.17 2268.19 2329.1 2390.02 2453.13 2504.72 2566.65
day total 63.11 62.02 60.91 60.92 63.11 51.59 61.93
Martin Milovnik 2200.68 2255.56 2310.44 2366.97 2424.59 2481.12 2537.65
day total 60.91 54.88 54.88 56.53 57.62 56.53 56.53
Rainald Pobitzer 2128.24 2190.26 2253.92 2317.58 2384.53 2445.45 2506.91
day total 63.11 62.02 63.66 63.66 66.95 60.92 61.46
Stutisheel Lebedyev 2121.11 2167.21 2216.6 2267.09 2323.61 2384.53 2432.28
day total 46.65 46.1 49.39 50.49 56.52 60.92 47.75
Rathin Boulton 1943.3 1987.2 2049.21 2104.09 2168.85 2211.66 2262.15
day total 62.02 43.9 62.01 54.88 64.76 42.81 50.49
Abichal Watkins 1915.31 1965.8 2016.29 2074.46 2128.79 2172.15 2222.64
day total 55.43 50.49 50.49 58.17 54.33 43.36 50.49
Suprabha Beckjord (F) 1899.39 1949.88 2000.92 2053.6 2104.64 2155.13 2205.62
day total 52.68 50.49 51.04 52.68 51.04 50.49 50.49
Kuranga Peel 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75
day total

Week : 5
July 9 to July 15, 2006

Runner Day 29 Day 30 Day 31 Day 32 Day 33 Day 34 Day 35
Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk 2195.2 2271.48 2348.31 2421.3 2501.43 2572.77 2637.53
day total 73.54 76.28 76.83 72.99 80.13 71.34 64.76
Asprihanal Aalto 2086.53 2162.82 2234.71 2295.08 2348.86 2414.72 2487.16
day total 74.63 76.29 71.89 60.37 53.78 65.86 72.44
Srdjan Stojanovich 2007.51 2077.2 2146.35 2215.5 2284.1 2353.25 2422.95
day total 69.7 69.69 69.15 69.15 68.6 69.15 69.7
Hans-Jurgen Schlotter 1891.16 1961.96 2032.2 2103 2171.6 2241.84 2310.99
day total 69.7 70.8 70.24 70.8 68.6 70.24 69.15
Pranab Vladovic 1859.33 1929.58 1995.98 2057.45 2116.17 2184.22 2253.37
day total 68.05 70.25 66.4 61.47 58.72 68.05 69.15
Smarana Puntigam 1859.88 1923.54 1989.4 2054.15 2114.52 2179.83 2240.2
day total 65.31 63.66 65.86 64.75 60.37 65.31 60.37
Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 1812.13 1882.93 1954.82 2021.77 2086.53 2145.25 2209.46
day total 65.85 70.8 71.89 66.95 64.76 58.72 64.21
Tsvetan Tsekov,Bulgaria 1780.3 1841.77 1903.23 1964.15 2019.03 2081.04 2143.06
day total 62.01 61.47 61.46 60.92 54.88 62.01 62.02
Martin Milovnik 1773.72 1834.63 1895.55 1953.62 2017.93 2078.85 2139.77
day total 60.92 60.91 60.92 58.07 64.31 60.92 60.92
Stutisheel Lebedyev 1717.19 1780.3 1826.4 1887.87 1950.43 2011.9 2074.46
day total 63.11 63.11 46.1 61.47 62.56 61.47 62.56
Rainald Pobitzer 1686.46 1750.67 1809.39 1872.5 1935.61 2000.37 2065.13
day total 63.11 64.21 58.72 63.11 63.11 64.76 64.76
Rathin Boulton 1540.48 1597 1654.63 1715.54 1767.68 1829.15 1881.28
day total 54.88 56.52 57.63 60.91 52.14 61.47 52.13
Abichal Watkins 1534.44 1584.93 1643.1 1695.79 1753.41 1808.29 1859.88
day total 51.04 50.49 58.17 52.69 57.62 54.88 51.59
Suprabha Beckjord (F) 1530.6 1583.28 1636.52 1688.65 1741.34 1794.57 1846.71
day total 53.24 52.68 53.24 52.13 52.69 53.23 52.14
Kuranga Peel 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75
day total

Week : 4
July 2 to July 8, 2006

Runner Day 22 Day 23 Day 24 Day 25 Day 26 Day 27 Day 28
Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk 1662.31 1737.5 1814.33 1891.71 1969.09 2045.92 2121.66
day total 75.19 75.19 76.83 77.38 77.38 76.83 75.74
Asprihanal Aalto 1567.37 1641.46 1716.64 1791.28 1863.17 1937.26 2011.9
day total 77.93 74.09 75.18 74.64 71.89 74.09 74.64
Srdjan Stojanovich 1526.76 1594.26 1716.64 1730.36 1799.51 1868.66 1937.81
day total 71.35 67.5 122.38 13.72 69.15 69.15 69.15
Hans-Jurgen Schlotter 1412.06 1479.56 1547.06 1615.11 1682.62 1750.67 1821.46
day total 68.6 67.5 67.5 68.05 67.51 68.05 70.79
Smarana Puntigam 1405.47 1469.13 1533.34 1598.1 1665.05 1729.81 1794.57
day total 65.85 63.66 64.21 64.76 66.95 64.76 64.76
Pranab Vladovic 1392.85 1457.61 1522.92 1587.67 1656.27 1723.78 1791.28
day total 65.31 64.76 65.31 64.75 68.6 67.51 67.5
Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 1361.57 1423.58 1484.5 1545.96 1613.47 1680.42 1746.28
day total 64.76 62.01 60.92 61.46 67.51 66.95 65.86
Tsvetan Tsekov,Bulgaria 1351.69 1413.7 1472.43 1534.44 1598.65 1660.66 1718.29
day total 62.01 62.01 58.73 62.01 64.21 62.01 57.63
Martin Milovnik 1345.65 1407.12 1468.04 1528.95 1589.87 1651.33 1712.8
day total 60.91 61.47 60.92 60.91 60.92 61.46 61.47
Stutisheel Lebedyev 1295.71 1346.2 1408.76 1471.33 1528.95 1591.52 1654.08
day total 62.56 50.49 62.56 62.57 57.62 62.57 62.56
Rainald Pobitzer 1242.48 1305.04 1369.25 1431.27 1494.93 1561.33 1623.35
day total 62.02 62.56 64.21 62.02 63.66 66.4 62.02
Rathin Boulton 1162.9 1224.92 1286.38 1326.99 1377.48 1428.52 1485.6
day total 63.11 62.02 61.46 40.61 50.49 51.04 57.08
Abichal Watkins 1187.6 1246.87 1292.42 1336.32 1382.97 1428.52 1483.4
day total 54.88 59.27 45.55 43.9 46.65 45.55 54.88
Suprabha Beckjord (F) 1163.45 1216.14 1269.37 1320.41 1371.45 1425.23 1477.36
day total 52.63 52.69 53.23 51.04 51.04 53.78 52.13
Kuranga Peel 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75
day total

Week : 3
June 25 to July 1, 2006

Runner Day 15 Day 16 Day 17 Day 18 Day 19 Day 20 Day 21
Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk 1162.35 1244.67 1300.1 1367.5 1439.5 1511.94 1587.12
day total 80.12 82.32 55.43 67.4 72 72.44 75.18
Asprihanal Aalto 1049.85 1122.29 1199.12 1271.56 1345.65 1418.64 1489.44
day total 81.22 72.44 76.83 72.44 74.09 72.99 70.8
Srdjan Stojanovich 1045.46 1112.96 1180.46 1247.97 1314.37 1387.36 1455.41
day total 69.7 67.5 67.5 67.51 66.4 72.99 68.05
Hans-Jurgen Schlotter 942.83 1008.14 1074 1141.5 1209.1 1276.5 1343.46
day total 63.66 65.31 65.86 67.5 67.6 67.4 66.96
Smarana Puntigam 954.36 1019.12 1084.97 1149.73 1215.04 1277.6 1339.62
day total 60.92 64.76 65.85 64.76 65.31 62.56 62.02
Pranab Vladovic 964.24 1027.9 1092.11 1155.77 1216.68 1263.33 1327.54
day total 63.66 63.66 64.21 63.66 60.91 46.65 64.21
Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 928.02 990.03 1052.59 1113.51 1174.98 1235.89 1296.81
day total 61.47 62.01 62.56 60.92 61.47 60.91 60.92
Tsvetan Tsekov,Bulgaria 919.24 982.9 1046.01 1104.73 1166.74 1228.76 1289.68
day total 63.67 63.66 63.11 58.72 62.01 62.02 60.92
Martin Milovnik 931.31 992.23 1047.11 1101.99 1160.16 1221.62 1284.74
day total 60.92 60.92 54.88 54.88 58.17 61.46 63.12
Stutisheel Lebedyev 857.77 920.33 982.9 1045.46 1108.02 1170.59 1233.15
day total 57.08 62.56 62.57 62.56 62.56 62.57 62.56
Rainald Pobitzer 831.43 890.15 948.32 1008.69 1068.51 1124.49 1180.46
day total 60.92 58.72 58.17 60.37 59.82 55.98 55.97
Abichal Watkins 817.71 870.94 927.47 975.21 1028.45 1080.03 1132.72
day total 54.88 53.23 56.53 47.74 53.24 51.58 52.69
Suprabha Beckjord (F) 789.17 840.76 893.99 947.22 1002.1 1055.34 1110.82
day total 52.69 51.59 53.23 53.23 54.88 53.24 55.48
Rathin Boulton 766.12 812.77 868.2 924.17 977.41 1038.32 1099.79
day total 50.49 46.65 55.43 55.97 53.24 60.91 61.47
Kuranga Peel 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75
day total

Week : 2
June 18 to June 24, 2006

Runner Day 8 Day 9 Day 10 Day 11 Day 12 Day 13 Day 14
Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk 625.63 698.07 782.04 863.81 927.47 1004.3 1082.23
day total 70.8 72.44 83.97 81.77 63.66 76.83 77.93
Srdjan Stojanovich 556.48 626.72 696.42 766.67 835.27 903.32 975.76
day total 69.7 70.24 69.7 70.25 68.6 68.05 72.44
Asprihanal Aalto 524.65 595.44 670.08 742.52 814.96 889.6 968.63
day total 65.86 70.79 74.64 72.44 72.44 74.64 79.03
Pranab Vladovic 514.77 577.88 642.09 706.31 771.06 835.82 900.58
day total 64.21 63.11 64.21 64.22 64.75 64.76 64.76
Smarana Puntigam 513.12 576.78 638.25 703.01 763.92 829.23 893.44
day total 63.66 63.66 61.47 64.76 60.91 65.31 64.21
Hans-Jurgen Schlotter 495.56 561.42 628.37 689.29 752.95 814.96 879.17
day total 63.11 65.86 66.95 60.92 63.66 62.01 64.21
Martin Milovnik 503.24 564.16 625.63 686.54 748.01 809.48 870.39
day total 59.81 60.92 61.47 60.91 61.47 61.47 60.91
Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 497.76 497.26 622.33 683.25 744.72 805.63 866.55
day total 62.02 125.07 60.92 61.47 60.91 60.92
Tsvetan Tsekov,Bulgaria 494.46 555.93 614.65 675.57 736.48 793.56 855.57
day total 61.45 61.47 58.72 60.92 60.91 57.08 62.01
Stutisheel Lebedyev 450.56 509.28 571.3 621.79 682.71 745.27 800.69
day total 51.04 58.72 62.02 50.49 60.92 62.56 55.42
Rainald Pobitzer 461.54 519.16 541.11 589.96 650.87 711.79 770.51
day total 55.43 57.62 21.95 48.85 60.91 60.92 58.72
Abichal Watkins 443.97 498.89 549.34 601.48 653.07 707.95 762.83
day total 54.88 54.92 50.45 52.14 51.59 54.88 54.88
Suprabha Beckjord (F) 425.32 476.35 526.84 578.98 631.12 683.81 736.48
day total 50.49 51.03 50.49 52.14 52.14 52.69 52.67
Rathin Boulton 423.67 478.55 529.04 589.96 630.57 672.82 715.63
day total 56.53 54.88 50.49 60.92 40.61 42.25 42.81
Kuranga Peel 540.56 606.97 660.75 660.75 660.75 660.75
day total 66.4 66.41 53.78 660.75

Week : 1
June 11 to June 17, 2006

Runner Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7
Madhupran Wolfgang Schwerk 85.06 164.09 246.96 325.98 401.72 478.01 554.83
day total 85.06 79.03 82.87 79.02 75.74 76.29 76.82
Srdjan Stojanovich 76.83 153.66 218.42 283.72 349.58 420.38 486.78
day total 76.83 76.83 64.76 65.3 65.86 70.8 66.4
Kuranga Peel 90.55 162.44 229.39 293.05 349.58 411.05 474.16
day total 90.55 71.89 66.95 63.66 56.53 61.47 63.11
Asprihanal Aalto 74.63 138.29 197.01 256.28 327.08 391.29 458.79
day total 74.63 63.66 58.72 59.27 70.8 64.21 67.5
Pranab Vladovic 74.08 139.39 201.41 262.87 323.79 386.91 450.56
day total 74.08 65.31 62.02 61.46 60.92 63.12 63.65
Smarana Puntigam 74.63 137.2 198.66 261.22 322.69 384.71 449.46
day total 74.63 62.57 61.46 62.56 61.47 62.02 64.75
Martin Milovnik 75.18 141.04 200.86 261.77 321.59 382.51 443.43
day total 75.18 65.86 59.82 60.91 59.82 60.92 60.92
Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 65.3 128.41 189.88 251.89 313.36 374.28 435.74
day total 65.3 63.11 61.47 62.01 61.47 60.92 61.46
Tsvetan Tsekov,Bulgaria 73.53 135.55 196.47 248.05 310.07 372.08 433.01
day total 73.53 62.02 60.92 51.58 62.02 62.01 60.93
Hans-Jurgen Schlotter 77.92 138.84 201.41 251.89 312.81 370.44 432.45
day total 77.92 60.92 62.57 50.48 60.92 57.63 62.01
Rainald Pobitzer 72.44 135.01 195.92 255.74 307.87 356.72 406.11
day total 72.44 62.57 60.91 59.82 52.13 48.85 49.39
Stutisheel Lebedyev 67.5 125.12 183.84 240.37 296.91 354.52 399.52
day total 67.5 57.62 58.72 56.53 56.54 57.61 45
Abichal Watkins 68.6 125.67 180.55 231.04 281.53 337.51 389.09
day total 68.6 57.07 54.88 50.49 50.49 55.98 51.58
Suprabha Beckjord (F) 63.66 115.79 171.22 222.81 273.85 323.79 374.83
day total 63.66 52.13 55.43 51.59 51.04 49.94 51.04
Rathin Boulton 63.11 109.76 164.64 215.67 266.16 316.65 367.14
day total 63.11 46.65 54.88 51.03 50.49 50.49 50.49