Sri Chinmoy 10 & 6 Day Races 2019 – Day 5 Updates

Pranjal Milovnik
Pranjal Milovnik Photo by Spontaneous Beauty

Sri Chinmoy 10 & 6 Day Races 2019

Day 5 Updates
Budjargal Byambaa led the day again with the most miles but his lowest daily total so far Mahasatya remains in second with three miles on Leanid Anatska from Belarus moving into third place. Andrea Mercato is in fourth and Takasumi dropped slightly to fifth place.
Womensleader Makula Samarina only covered 40 miles allowing second placed Petra Kasperova to cut into Makulas cushion and now lies 12 miles behind the leader. Giribhu Muhs moved into third place with a 50 mile day.
The  Sri Chinmoy 6 day race began yesterday and race favourite Joe Fejes leads with a 100 miles after 24 hours followed closely by fellow American John Geesler with 98.4 miles. Third was Enkhbaatar Jambaldevee (MNG) with 93.6 miles. Fourth is Katsuhiro Tanaka (JPN) with 86.4 miles and Batsukh Sharav in fifth place (MNG) has 88 miles.
Former winner Susan Marshall (NZL) leads the women’s race with 92.8 miles and Annabel Hepworth (AUS) lies in second 4 miles back and Huang Lan Yang has the third spot with 76 miles.  Nayaja Perugini (ITA) and Batchimeg Jigjidsuren (MNG) were tied with 68.4 miles.

Pos Name Ctry Miles
Men 10 Day
1 Budjargal Byambaa MNG 416.8
2 Mahasatya Janczak POL 341.6
3 Leanid Anatska BLR 338.4
Women 10 Day
1 Makula Samarina UKR 296
2 Petra Kasperova CZE 284.8
3 Giribhu Muhs GER 278.4
Men 6 Day
1 Joe Fejes USA 100
2 John Geesler USA 98.4
3 Enkhbaatar Jambaldevee MNG 93.6
Women 6 Day
1 Susan Marshall NZL 92.8
2 Annabel Hepworth AUS 88.8
3 Huang Lan Yang TWN 76

 

Race website: us.srichinmoyraces.org
Daily videos and photos on Perfection-Journey
Photos at Spontaneous Beauty

Get your free online Ultrarunning World magazine
I agree to have my personal information transfered to MailerLite ( more information )
Join over 2,000 subscrbers who are receiving the latest Ultrarunning news. Absorb the stories, contribute your experience and advertise your events.
We hate spam. Your email address will not be sold or shared with anyone else.


Multidays.com The home of multiday running news and events.


Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.