A cooler, overcast day prevailed as the intrepid dozen runners moved along the sidewalk course of the 3100 Mile Race. After ten days, injuries  and fatigue have spread out the field and dropped some down the list. The top three are all averaging 70 miles, with Vasu Duzhiy leading everyone with 737.58 miles. The three women have taken over spots five, six and seven over-all. Surasa Mairer is averaging a crisp 64.8 miles per day, Kaneenika Janakova is at 63.1 miles every day, and Shamita Achenbach-Konig resides at 62.01 miles per day.  Stutisheel Lebedev of Kiev, Ukraine has extricated himself from the cellar of the standings with three consecutive good days, reducing his mileage deficit by more than half. With six weeks to go in the race anything can happen, but the runners are moving with purpose, and dreaming of that perfect day ahead of them.

Ashprihanal Aalto-1000km-9 days+01:06:35 

Surasa Mairer-1000km-9 days+09:29:33

Kaneenika Janakova-1000km-9 days+14:56:27

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The Twenty-Second Annual Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race

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