3100: Run and Become

What if the simple act of running could lead to profound enlightenment? 3100: Run and Become follows an unassuming Finnish paperboy in his attempt to complete the Self-Transcendence 3100 Miler – the world’s longest race – where he must run at least 60 miles per day for 52 days around a 1⁄2 mile sidewalk loop in New York City. His quest takes viewers not only to the heart of this astonishing event but around the globe to the ancient cultures that have held running sacred for millennia.

This feature length documentary is set to premiere in 2018. Visit the film’s site for more information.

The trailer will be released next year too, but in the meantime, here’s the teaser made for our successful Kickstarter campaign.

3100: RUN AND BECOME. Trailer from Sanjay Rawal on Vimeo.

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104 year old track phenom Ida Keeling starts the commemorative Heart Garden 2 Mile race held at Flushing Meadow Park in honor of Sri Chinmoy. Ida holds the world masters record for the over 100 year old female category for the 60 m and 100 m dash. Her enthusiasm has no bounds and she still trains every day. The closing ceremony was conducted by Imam Askia Muhammad whose daughter @dalilahmuhammad_ was recently crowned world champ in the 400 m hurdles in Doha, breaking her own world record in the process. @ Flushing Meadows - Corona Park
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Massive props to 61 year old @yolandaholder pictured here finishing the Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race in 2017. At the “Six Days in the Dome” 6-day race in Milwaukee this August, she split 100 miles in 23:52:11, broke a world and US age group record and became the first African American woman (and second African American) to achieve a Centurion (walking 100 miles in 24 hrs).
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Folks may not know but the earliest champion American ultra runners were African American. In the late 1800s “pedestrianisms” swept the imagination of the nation. In these events, participants raced to see who could log the most miles in six days, usually around an indoor track. The largest were in Madison Square Gardens and were the first sporting events that could make athletes rich beyond belief (lots of betting and thus a large purse).
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In 1880, Haitian immigrant Frank Hart took home a $21,000 purse (also by virtue of $3400 he bet on himself), announcing before the race “I’ll break those white fellows’ hearts!”.
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And he did! This was all just 12 years after the 14th Amendment. But Hart’s fame was short lived as pedestrianisms were overtaken by baseball as the national pastime. In fact, Hart was left to play in the segregated Negro leagues to earn a living. ..
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Oh - he did 565 miles in 6 days. Back to Yolanda! She did 413 miles breaking an age group record set by Amy Howard 100 years ago!! Way to go Yolanda!! 📷 @srichinmoyultraphoto
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Sheffield UK Screening! September 18 with Cycle to the Cinema and Sheffield Adventure Film Festival.
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We had one of our most in-depth conversations about the 3100 mile race on the most recent episode of the @trailrunnernation podcast. First of all, the hosts Scott and Dr. Don are absolute legends in the community so you should check out their podcast no matter what. But boy did we go deep into the race and @3100film. For all those who want to know the deepest most mystical secrets of performance, check the podcast out wherever you get your Podcasts.
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We had an amazing time connecting with @paul.chek on his pod @living4dpodcast - What an amazing individual Paul is! A legend and pioneer, he truly understands the connection between body and spirit and we can’t recommend his work highly enough. Thank you to our brothers at @mindpumpmedia (@mindpumpadam @mindpumpjustin @mindpumpsal @mindpumpdoug ) for the connection. Paul and @mrsanjayr flowed from athletics to spirituality to energetics and back in such a lively and inspiring way. Find the Living 4D @living4dpodcast everywhere you pod. @chekinstitute
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Happy Birthday Sri Chinmoy!! (August 27, 1931 - October 11, 2007)

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