Inagaki Wins Endurance 24 Hour 2010 – Results

The third Endurance 24 Hour indoor race at the Esport Arena, Espoo, Finland finished this afternoon with 44 year old Sumie Inagaki from Japan winning the race outright and setting a new 24 hour indoor world record with 241,4269 km (150.0157 miles). She surpassed the old record set by Eleanor Adams in 1990 who ran 237.8 km in Milton Keynes.

The mens race was won by Gjermund Sørstad with 226 km which is a shade over 141 miles. 94 men and 21 women took part.

1 Sumie Inagaki JPN  241,4269 New WR
2 Outi Siimes FIN  210,5679
3 Marjukka Sinisalo FIN 188,4197

1 Gjermund Sørstad NOR 226,9199
2 Per Audun Heskestad NOR 218,8458
3 Jari Soikkeli FIN 213,6201

Full results of the third Endurance 24 Hour race

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