Just before 10:00 am local time today, Vasu Duzhiy from St. Petersburg, Russia crossed the finish line for his fifth consecutive 3100 Mile Race completion. He finished in 48 days+03:54:11, which was an average of 64.368 miles per day(103.591 km). He was gracious and humble after his difficult ordeal of a hot New York summer, but was relieved enough to hit the beach with a few other fellow finishers. 

The race has three more days before completion. Kaneenika Janakova will be the last likely finisher on tuesday afternoon. The rest of her fellow competitors will continue on until the final seconds approach midnight of tuesday. 

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

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