On a hot sunny day in the middle of summer in New York, the intrepid ten runners continued their push for high mileage. The first three are all on pace to finish at either near or in some cases, far beyond their previous efforts. Vasu Duzhiy again led the troupe with 66.9 miles. Almost a day and a half behind sits Nirbhasa Magee, who is having an excellent race and is over two days ahead of his previous finish. And Kaneenika Janakova is still cementing an overall podium finish and is within six hours of her approaching 2000 mile women's all- time  best split from 2016. Harita Davies pulled back four more laps today to close to within 5.8 miles of even pace. Yolanda Holder backed up her fine effort of 68 miles with a par 59.81 miles. The weather patterns forecast another warm day on Wednesday, followed by rain and gradual cooling in the days ahead, so the runners are already dreaming of faster laps and more precious miles (km). Three weeks remain. It is still all about laps, one at a time, one hour at a time, one day at a time. You never know....you just might win the search.

Kaneenika Janakova-1900 miles-30 days+03:05:35

Harita Davies-1800 miles-30+05:30:00

Yolanda Holder-1800 miles-30+12:50:47

Sergey Kuzmin-1700 miles-30+13:51:50

Andrey Andreev-1700 miles-30+15:14:20

Nidhruvi Zimmerman- 1600 miles-30+16:08:05

Ananda-Lahari Zuscin-1550 miles-30+113:18:54; 2500 km-30+14:33:34

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

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