Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race 2017 – Final Results

Yolanda Holder
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Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race 2017 – Final Results

The final results have been posted on the race website and reposted here are Race Director Sahishnu Szcsesiul’s final Dispatches.

8 August
Day 52

“Harita Davies finished fourth in the Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race, conquering the 5649 lap course in 51 days+12:48:14. It was her first finish and first attempt. She averaged 60.158 miles per day (96.815 km). She was a model of consistency throughout the seven and a half-week race.
About four hours later, the pedestrienne Yolanda Holder became a legend, walking the entire 3100 miles and finishing fifth overall in 51 days+17:00:13. She became the oldest woman to finish the 3100 mile race, and only the second American woman to complete this difficult race. She is the first pure walker to attempt the distance. She has now set many age-group women’s best marks for daily totals, as well as miles and kms.”

Men Miles Time
1 Vasu Duzhiy 3100 46 days+17:38:22
2 Nirbhasa Magee 3100 48 days+16:47:01
3 Smarana Puntigam 2900.4 2800 miles-50+03:48:16
5 Andrey Andreev 2773 2700 miles-50+09:05:45
4 Sergey Kuzmin 2700 2700 miles- 51+17:39:52
6 Ananda-Lahari Zuscin 2565.6 2500 miles- 50+09:05:45
1 Kaneenika Janakova 3100 48 days+14:24:10
2 Harita Davies 3100 51 days+12:48:14
3 Yolanda Holder 3100 51 days+17:00:13
4 Nidhruvi Zimmerman 2714.3 2700 miles- 51+12:43:51

Race Links

Race website: Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race
Dispatches – The 2017 Archive from race directors Sahishnu Szcsesiul and Rupantar LaRusso
Race Charts: Race charts and statistics
Utpal Marshall’s Perfection-Journey Day 52 Yolanda’s Finish
Utpal Marshall’s Perfection-Journey Day 52 Harita’s Finish
Yolanda Holder Facebook
Race photos 2017
Sri Chinmoy Ultra race photos
Sri Chinmoy’s website: Sri

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