After almost 150 hours of running, Scotland’s William Sichel has a 72 km lead over second placed contender Didier Sessegolo. William has covered 830 km since the race began last weekend and looks set to clinch his second 6 day race this year after winning the Unix 6 day race in Hungary in the summer if he can stay on the track.
Third place is Stephane Leroux with 734 km and British runner, Richard Brown, who started the race very strongly has 517 km.
Australian multiday specialist Sarah Barnett leads the womens race in fifth place overall with 708 km – 10 km behind Bernard Chevillon and ahead of Mimi Chevillon, the second lady, on 594 km. Third place is French ultrarunner, Annick Fouchard-Djebli with 490 km. Pam Storey, who began the race late due to Rememberance day duties is on 204 km.
Best wishes to the many thousands of people taking part and raising money for several charities.