Jun 282014
 

This Post Is A Sticky! Latest News In The Posts Below!

Web Pages About The 3,100 Mile Race10352588_861303627216468_7536671850410825729_n

Official Race Site :

3,100 Miles on Sri Chinmoy Races

The place to look for the latest official information on the event

Insights Into The Race :

Perfection Journey – A blog by Utpal Marshall looking at the race from the runners’ perspective, with lots of interviews and excellent photography

Photo gallery: Jowan’s 3100 Mile Race Flickr Gallery  Great images of the race.

Other Blogs by current participants :

Sopan Tsekov

Stutisheel Lebedyev

Pranjal Milovnik

Blogs by former 3,100 mile entrants

Grahak Cunningham (link is external)

Apr 292012
 

I guess you are expecting a horror show of blackened and missing toe-nails, blisters and bleeding skin…? Well….

A quick photo of William’s feet after the race BEFORE any footcare

It just goes to show that if you take the time to look after your feet, they’ll look after you.

Apr 292012
 

So what does William eat to recover after a 6-Day race?

Alan tells me this morning’s breakfast was “Two porridge helpings and 2 coffees for William….. then it will be ice cream.”

Alan writes 'The solution to providing ice cream whern there is no fridge'

 

And William even has something to keep the ice-cream in...

Apr 292012
 

Photos of the race from the ULTRAfitnessTraining.com albums on Facebook – click to enlarge the photo & enable gallery view

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.414567411894247.101564.201047826579541&type=3

Photos of the race from the ULTRAfitnessTraining.com albums on Facebook – click to enlarge the photo & enable gallery view

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.413167832034205.101335.201047826579541&type=3

Photos of the race from the ULTRAfitnessTraining.com albums on Facebook – click to enlarge the photo & enable gallery view

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.411506472200341.101094.201047826579541&type=3

Photos of the race from the ULTRAfitnessTraining.com albums on Facebook – click to enlarge the photo & enable gallery view

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.408915002459488.100602.201047826579541&type=3

Apr 292012
 

from http://us.srichinmoyraces.org

Final Results, 6 Day – 2012, Men

Runner Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6
1 Galya Balatskyy 100 190 265 339 408 481
day total 100 90 75 74 69 73
2 Asprihanal Aalto 96 181 238 294 379 470
day total 96 85 57 56 85 91
3 William Sichel 97 178 253 323 396 461
day total 97 81 75 70 73 65
4 Jesper Olsen 88 154 219 280 340 400
day total 88 66 65 61 60 60
5 Upakaraka Andrey Tolstopyatenko 83 150 213 271 330 393
day total 83 67 63 58 59 63
6 Francesco Murianni 74 127 175 231 290 357
day total 74 53 48 56 59 67
7 Roger Martel 71 130 185 236 291 339
day total 71 59 55 51 55 48
8 Pete Stringer 57 118 168 228 282 332
day total 57 61 50 60 54 50
9 Tallaja Carey 66 115 161 206 264 318
day total 66 49 46 45 58 54
10 Vasyl Mamotenko 76 130 185 230 260 318
day total 76 54 55 45 30 58
11 Luis Rios 58 112 167 211 263 314
day total 58 54 55 44 52 51
12 Satyamurthi Miotello 73 110 152 202 249 314
day total 73 37 42 50 47 65
13 Todor Dimitrov 60 111 158 192 250 295
day total 60 51 47 34 58 45
14 Mikhail Vasilchenko 67 116 157 208 246 286
day total 67 49 41 51 38 40
15 Rimas Jakelaitis 59 107 160 199 255 284
day total 59 48 53 39 56 29
16 Andrey Khuchaturov 87 143 190 219 249 280
day total 87 56 47 29 30 31
17 Oleksandr Nihalchuk 53 105 140 175 236 266
day total 53 52 35 35 61 30
18 Larry Phillips 40 83 125 157 198 240
day total 40 43 42 32 41 42
19 Pedro Gaspar 31 65 94 140 164 203
day total 31 34 29 46 24 39
20 Tim Lawson 65 85 87 138 188 202
day total 65 20 2 51 50 14
21 Sergei Svistunov 61 108 133 151 170 192
day total 61 47 25 18 19 22
22 MichaelArnstein 65 120 144 144 144 144
day total 65 55 24
23 Don Winkley 31 54 80 80 80 80
day total 31 23 26

Final Results, 6 Day – 2012, Women

Runner Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6
1 Dipali Cunningham 102 174 247 320 382 438
day total 102 72 73 73 62 56
2 Jayasalini Abramovskikh 82 146 210 270 333 407
day total 82 64 64 60 63 74
3 Daria Iashina 79 134 189 245 307 371
day total 79 55 55 56 62 64
4 Pratishruti Khisamoutdinova 63 110 160 213 261 313
day total 63 47 50 53 48 52
5 Suparna Pustogowa 58 108 158 208 256 309
day total 58 50 50 50 48 53
6 Litaf U. Jevdokimova 62 104 152 199 236 274
day total 62 42 48 47 37 38
7 Abhaya Field 50 98 140 181 225 263
day total 50 48 42 41 44 38
8 Shashvatee Tribulin 55 108 141 177 213 256
day total 55 53 33 36 36 43
9 Mattali Stebneva 60 97 143 180 210 253
day total 60 37 46 37 30 43
10 Kushali Tarantsova 49 89 127 167 208 250
day total 49 40 38 40 41 42
11 Elke Sobotta 51 87 122 157 199 248
day total 51 36 35 35 42 49
12 Rageshri Muzychenko 48 84 124 161 203 240.01
day total 48 36 40 37 42 37.01
13 Gundega Gaile 71 120 152 177 204 240
day total 71 49 32 25 27 36
14 Shramaniya Gasparikova 46 75 107 135 166 198
day total 46 29 32 28 31 32
Apr 292012
 

photos from : http://perfectionjourney.org & http://gallery.srichinmoyraces.org/usa/6and10day/

Apr 282012
 

Well, that’s about it for the race coverage of the Self-Transcendence 6-Day

William came 3rd in what was a very tough race which suffered at times from torrential rain, some flooding on the course, high winds and apparently at one point a car blocking the track (!).

Despite all this, the event has been a huge success and I think it is safe to say that a lot of fun was had by all (at least, by some people’s definition of “fun”. I did also hear the race described by one commentator as “my idea of hell” – but that’s the “pleasure” of ultra-running…)

Congratulations naturally to the race winner Galya Vladimyr Balatskyy (aged 40, from Mariupol, Ukraine) and the men’s #2 Ashprihanal Aalto (aged 41, Helsinki, Finland) and to the women’s winner Dipali Cunningham (age 53, Jamaica, NY, USA) – but equally to ALL the runners in both the 6-Day race and the 10-Day races.

A huge thanks and well done too to the incredibly hard working and dedicated team of Sri Chinmoy supporters who made the races happen. Their sterling efforts are much appreciated within the sport and have made yet another event not only possible but also a joy to be involved with.

That’s about it from me – I’ll let William take a few days off to recover and then it will be back to training for the next race…

All the best

Shaun

www.ULTRAfitnessTraining.com

HTML Snippets Powered By : XYZScripts.com