Finland’s Ashprihanal Alto Wins And Sets Record At Self-Transcendence 3,100-Mile Race, The World’s Longest Certified Race
The runners must average 59.6 miles per day – for 52 straight days. Aalto finished in a little over 40-days. The entire race is held on a high school campus in NYC, the course being open from 6AM to midnight each day. Crazy.
July 25, 2015