Although the temps rose to the high eighties, and the humidity climbed up the index, eight of the ten runners topped sixty miles. Day 13 leader was Sergey Kuzmin from Nizhiy Novgorod, Russia who reached 65.85 miles in consecutive days. He moved into sixth place and holds seven precious miles of positivity- in the plus column, to be more precise. Vasu Duzhiy holds a firm lead, and for sections of the day was a moving clinic on efficient running in multi-days. He seems to be able to run lap after lap in quick sucession, without the hint of effort. His female counterpart- Kaneenika Janakova, looked downright unstoppable at times as well, as her fitness and experience are carrying her to new heights. She ran 64.75 miles today, her best two-day stint since last year in the same race. Andrey Andreev from St Petersburg, Russia had his best day in the last five (61.46 miles) and seems to be figuring out the necessary steps to moving towards the greater goal.

Nirbhasa Magee-800 miles- 12 days+02:37:67

Kaneenika Janakova-800 miles- 12 days+15:34:37

Smarana Puntigam-800 miles- 12 days+17:57:32

Andrey Andreev-700 miles- 12 days+05:35:30

Nidhruvi Zimmerman-700 miles- 12 days+12:06:09

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

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