The Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence race series

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A series of 'run from home' races in July and August, with runners from all over the world!

Upcoming races

Race 1: 13 July
The Dashing Deer 5K
Race 2: 20 July
The Kangaroo Hop 10K
Race 3: 27 July
The Flying Falcon 5K
Race 4: 3 August
The Speedy Steed Half Marathon

About the event

At this challenging time our worldwide Sri Chinmoy Races team are happy to present:

  • A SERIES OF VIRTUAL RACES from 5K to Half Marathon

Run your own race, on a route of your choosing, adhering to Government guidelines on social distancing and safety. Measure your run on your own device.

How to Enter

You can run your race anytime on the Saturday, Sunday or Monday. Register for each race before 5pm each Monday (GMT) and submit your time on Eventrac.co.uk before midnight on the Monday. Registration is free of charge, click on race to enter:

RACE RESULTS

Race results will be published on the Wednesday following each race here.

GRAND PRIX

The Grand Prix results will be calculated by adding together your times for your best two 5K races, your best 10K race and your half marathon time. Grand Prix results will be published on Thursday 20 August.

We send out a prayer for all those who are suffering at this time and all those who are working hard to contain the situation. We wish you good health and well-being. Keep running.

Distance

5K/ 10K / Half Marathon

Start time

  • Register before 5pm raceday

Cost

  • Free

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Previous Results

  • 2020 Jul 27th
    Flying Falcon 5K

    About the author:

    Devashishu is one of the Co-Directors of Sri Chinmoy Races in London and also the European Director of the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run.

    In this weeks Self Transcendence race, the Flying Falcon 5K, Apaguha Vesely from Czech crossed the finish line first in 17:31 followed by Mongolian runners in second and third place.

    Edite Gailite from Penicuik Harriers in Scotland was the first woman in 24:13 followed by Abhejali Bernardova from Czech and Byambasuren Batsukh from Mongolia.

    Prachar Stegemann from Australia has held his gold medal position on the podium for Vet 50's.

    Congratulations to all runners! Next weekend is our half marathon!

  • 2020 Jul 20th
    The Kangaroo Hop 10K

    About the author:

    Devashishu is one of the Co-Directors of Sri Chinmoy Races in London and also the European Director of the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run.

    This week Apaguha Vesely from Prague was the first runner across the finish line in a time of 37:03. Sarankhuu Jargal  (38:43)was second and Ondrej Mocny (39:20) was third.

    Dhavala Stott from Edinburgh was the first woman home in 41:41, followed by Jana Duskova (50:35) and Vicky Cricton (50:37).

    Congratulations to Prachar Stegemann for winning the Mens V50 in 48:42 and Tavishi Matthews for winning the Womens V50 in 53:51 - both who are from Canberra, Australia (though Tavishi is living in Oslo now).

    In the Mens V60 Batsukh Sharav came in first, and placed 6th overall in 45:42.

    Margaret Maloney is back with an excellent time of 48:50 giving her first place in the Womens V60.

    The winners in the V70 category are both from Mongolia, Boldbaater Chimed (58:31) and Batnasan Vanchindorj 1:36:30.

  • 2020 Jul 13th
    The Dashing Deer 5K

    About the author:

    Devashishu is one of the Co-Directors of Sri Chinmoy Races in London and also the European Director of the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run.

    Our new series of races include 5K's, 10K's and a half marathon. This is all leads up to the Sri Chinmoy Marathon on August 24th - enter here: https://www.eventrac.co.uk/race-course-map/sri-chinmoy-marathon-sri-chin...

    In today's Dashing Deer 5k the first runner across the line was Sarankhuu Jargal from Mongolia, who ran his race in Canberra, Australia - 18:23. He was followed by Ondrej Mocny from Prague (18:42) and Samalya Shafer from Berlin (18:50).

    In the womens race, Melissa Neal from Cambridgeshire was first to cross the line in 20:50, followed by Vicky Crichton from Edinburgh (23:42) and Jana Duskova from London (23:48).

    Stephen Ingledew from Edinburgh was the first Vet 50, finishing in 20:19 followed by Prachar Stegemann from Australia (22:58) and Amur Basic from Bosnia (24:22).

    Elaine Battson from London was the first woman Vet 50 in 23:40, followed by Tavishi Matthews from Oslo (26:33) and Kim Owens (27:15).

    Congratulations to Morna Fleming and Patricia Wilson for placing first and second in the Women Vet 60 category and to our Mongolian runners for dominating the other Vet categories.

    July 20th is our Kangaroo Hop 10K in which we expect outstanding results from Down Under!