Ashprihanal Aalto, the irrepressible Finn who has dominated the ranks of super-long distance multi-day races, needs only 14 laps(7.6832 miles) to finish the 3100 Mile race again on Friday morning. He could finish as early as 7:30 am local time. Please watch the video cams on our website if you cannot be there in person, and check Perfection-Journey blogs for complete finish line goings-on and stories from the Longest race.

Ashprihanal led the day with 68.6 miles, as the hot summer days, sticky humid conditions and general heat continued on. Nirbhasa Magee forged another 65.85 mile-day to maintain his steady drive to a Saturday evening finish. Vasu Duzhiy appears headed to a Sunday morning end to his 3100 miles. Ananda-Lahari Zuscin is headed for his best finish in over a decade and is smiling a lot more this year, which is contagious. The Captain, Todor Dimitrov, bounced back with a very good day of running, reaching 62 miles before midnight.

Stay tuned……

Vasu Duzhiy-2900 miles- 46:02:54:26

Smarana Puntigam- 2800 miles- 46:00:54:47

Harita Davies- 2800 miles- 46:10:54:00

Ushika Muckenhumer- 4000km- 46:16:47:03

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

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