Just a few minutes after 10:00 pm (22:00), Vasu Duzhiy crossed the finish line of the Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race for the 5,649thtime in this race, marking his third overall victory. Vasu has now completed the longest certified footrace seven straight times, including back to back this year and last. He averaged 69.403 miles per day/ 111.693 km. He was serenaded by songs about victory, transcendence, and, even tunes about his homeland, as the crowd of over 200 people milled about, waiting for his final laps to count down with every step. The humble man articulated sincerity and gratitude as he acknowledged everyone for his support throughout the evnt.

Kobi Oren ran 68.05 miles to get into position to finish Thursday morning. He needs just 158 laps (86.781 miles) to reach his finish line. Ushika Muckenhumer continues to impress as he reached at least 60 miles for 25 straight days. Kaneenika Janakova can breathe a sigh of relief, after finally reaching cushion-land with a similar streak of 23 days above 60+ miles, accrued from a deficit that reached 46 miles behind pace on Day 22. Ananda-Lahari ran 70.24 miles to lead all runners for the Day.

Kobi Oren-3000 miles-44:12:12:54

Surasa Mairer-2700 miles-44:15:48:21

William Sichel-2500 miles-44:01:29:13

Smarana Puntigam-2500 miles-44:02:18:25

Ananda-Lahari Zuscin-2400 miles-44:05:20:30

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

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