About the author:

Nirbhasa is originally from Ireland but currently lives in Reykjavik, Iceland. He is an enthusiastic multi-day runner, having twice completed both the Ten Day Race and the Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race - the longest race in the world.

“…The goal is 3,100 miles within 51 days. That’s 5,649 times around this .5488 mile concrete course, or more than 60 miles daily between the race hours of 6:07 a.m. and midnight. In the world’s longest sanctioned race, and possibly the most incomprehensible road race ever devised, these five runners – a sixth dropped out – from four nations have circumnavigated the Thomas A. Edison Vocational/Technical School in Jamaica, Queens, an average of about 115 times daily since June 13…”

This 3100 Mile Race is for the Long Run by By Amy Shipley, Washington Post, Friday, July 31, 1998