In Lisa Colangelo's review of '3100: Run and Become', a documnetary film by Queens native Sanjay Rawal, the reviewer begins the article by offering the quesiton: "Why would anyone run 3100 miles on one city block for 52 days in a row". The film answers this quesiton by comparing the importance of running by the Kalahari Bushmen of Africa, the 'marathon' monks of Japan, the Navajo running community and the Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100-Mile Race. The film centers on the 2016 Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100-Mile Race and world record holder Asphrihanal Aalto. (Photo: start of 2016 race. Asphrihanal Aalto, first from right in blue shorts and light blue top).
The film is currently being shown at the Village Cinema East in downtown Manhattan.
For the full article in amNew York...
For the home page of the Sri Chinmoy 3100-Mile Race