The top three were just that today- the only ones to reach 60 miles and beyond. Vasu has an 81 mile lead over Nirbhasa Magee, who is back to his normal self. A stomach bug hampered him for a few days but the bug has run its course. Not so for a few other runners, who had near devastating results today, but are still hopeful of progress. Harita Davies, Yolanda Holder and Nidhruvi Zimmerman all were feeling ill, worn-out and rundown- who would not be after thousands of laps around the same concrete colosssus. But hope springs eternal in this race- as long as there is another day. Actually 23 more days remain. Let's hope they can muster the physical and psychic energy to move forward yet again.

Vasu Duzhiy-1900 miles-28+08:41:57

Nirbhasa Magee-1800 miles- 28+02:46:40

Kaneenika Janakova-1800 miles- 28+11:28:01

Sergey Kuzmin-1600 miles-28+13:31:00

Andrey Andreev-1600 miles- 28+16:55:44

Nidhruvi Zimmerman-1500 miles-28+01:52:50

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

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