Sri Chinmoy Ten and Six Day Races 2018 – Day 6

Sylvie Boisvert
Sylvie Boisvert leads the womens 6 day after 2 days. Photo by Utpal Marshall

Sri Chinmoy Ten and Six Day Races 2018 – Day 6 has ended and the 10 day runners are well into Day 7. Ashprihanal Aalto has stretched his lead to 33 miles setting a new pb and a new Finnish 6 day record, probably some intermediate distances and age group records too. Budjargal Byambaa had a better day than his previous day but there’s no doubt his blisters are a severe hinderance.  Pawel Zuk consolidated his third place with an excellent 76 miles.

In the womens race, Ilvaka Nemcova and Nataliya Hlushchuk are neck and neck at the end of Day 6 on 373.6 miles. Susan Marshall is still hanging in there despite shin splints while Vinati Docziova in 4th place is moving ever closer.

In the women’s 6 day  Sylvie Boisvert leads the women after a lower mileage second day (54 miles) and Vera Kalishmanova in second plave cut into Sylvie’s lead with a 56.8 mile second day while Czech runner Petra Kasperova moves into third place on the same mileage total as Zuzka Rybkova (CZE) and Makula Samarina (UKR).

Top Results after Day 6

Pos Name Country Miles
Men 10 Day Race
1 Ashprihanal Aalto FIN 530.4
2 Budjargal Byambaa MON 497.6
3 Pawel Zuk POL 468
33 starters
Women 10 Day Race
1 Ilvaka Nemcova CZE 373.6
2 Nataliya Hlushchuk UKR 373.6
3 Susan Marshall NZL 349.6
18 starters
Men 6 Day Race
1 John Geesler USA 155.2
2 Mahasatya Janczak POL 128
3 Priyavadin Reisecker AUT 127.2
11 starters
Women 6 Day Race
1 Sylvie Boisvert CAN 147.2
2 Vera Kalishmanova RUS 129.6
3 Petra Kasperova CZE 120.8
14 starters

Links
Race website: Sri Chinmoy Ten and Six Day Races
Utpal Marshalls Daily Race video and photo blog, Perfection-Journey: April 22 Six and Ten Day Race…Make Progress
6 and 10 Day Races 2017: the full report from Sahishnu

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