On a really hot, humid day, Ushika Muckenhumer, 50, from Salzburg, Austria rambled across the finish line in 50 days+07:34:46, joining the podium in his first attempt at 3100 miles. Ushika averaged 61.614 miles per day (99.158 km), and is now ranked in 30thposition on the all-time list, which features 43 runners, men and women combined. Tuesday should have an action-packed evening, with three finishers set to reach 3100 miles before midnight. Women’s former record-holder and champion runner Surasa Mairer will undoubtedly take the women’s title again. Sopan Tsekov and Kaneenika Janakova will finish late in the evening, but finish they must, and finish they will. The rest will go as far as they can before midnight. Ballpark times for Surasa start around 6:30 pm (1830)

Sopan Tsekov-3000 miles-50:04:32:00

Kaneenika Janakova-3000 miles-50:04:55:54

Ananda-Lahari Zuscin-2800 miles- 50:13:25:04

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

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