Galya Vladimir Balatskyy,43, from Mariupol Ukraine finished second in the Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race is a blistering time of 42 days+17:39:59, the fourth fastest ever recorded in the history of the event. The modest carpenter and builder has accomplished a symmetrical tactic never seen before in race history. He ran all 43 days with at least 70 miles every day, including the last. He averaged 72.542 miles per day (116.745 km). He is now ranked third all-time in 3100 Mile annals, as well as being only the fourth man in history to average over 70 miles per day. He also has claimed the highly competitive Ukrainian national record, which has changed hands three times in the last seven years. Vasu Duzhiy reached 3000 miles and should easily finish his voyage on Tuesday afternoon. Perhaps the most stunning outcome, and totally unexpected, was that Ananda-Lahari Zuscin ran 86.16 miles today (that is not a typo). This result is the most anyone has ever run in a day beyond the first three days of this event. Stay tuned, folks, this amazing race keeps revealing more and more epic qualities.
Vasu Duzhiy- 3000 miles= 42 days+17:34:48