Global Organization of Multi-Day Ultramarathoners
trishul cherns president
Canadian born Trishul Cherns's multi-day ultramarathon career has spanned over 40 years and counting. He has covered over 55,000 kilometers / 34,000 miles in multi-day racing competitions, including many current Canadian National Records. He is a three time finisher of the longest certified footrace in the world, the Mount Everest of multi-day events, the Sri Chinmoy-Self Transcendence 3100 mile race.
His personal bests include:
2 Days - 355.8 kilometers - 221 miles
6 Days - 866 kilometers - 538 miles
10 Days - 1241 kilometers - 771 miles
1000 Kilometers - 7 days, 14 hours
1000 Miles - 13 days, 7 hours
5000 kilometers - 50 days, 6 hours
A former statistican for Ultrarunning Magazine for over 25 years, he aims to preserve the rich history of the multi-day past while having an eye cast to the future of the sport.
yiannis kouros vice-president
Greek-born Yiannis Kouros is the greatest multi-day runner in history.
His world records from 2 days to 10 days, 400 kilometers to 1600 kilometers, and 200 miles to 1000 miles are the gold standard of multi-day running. He is a 5 time winner and course record holder of "The Toughest Multi-Day Road Race In The World", Sydney to Melbourne in Australia.
Yiannis is a 7 time winner of the premier 48-hour track race in Surgeres, France, where he set 2 untouchable world records.
His personal records include:
2 Days: 473.49 kilometers - 294 miles
6 Days: 1036.80 km – 644.23 miles
10 Days: 1551.4 kilometers - 964 miles
1000 Kilometers - 5 days, 16 hours
1000 miles: 10 days, 10 hours
When he is not running, he is a musician, poet and philosopher.
VIKTORIA BROWN Vice-president
Viktoria Brown holds three Canadian National Multi-Day Records (48 hrs, 72 hrs & 6-day) and the 72 hrs World Record. She is also a National Triathlon Champion in long-distance triathlons. She is a mother of 3 young girls and runs a company called HoldTheCarbs which makes keto and protein baking mixes. One of her previous careers include being a broadcast journalist and commentator for international sporting events including the Olympic Games on TV. She has also served as an investigative journalist for the BBC in London, England and had a professional career as a sponsored poker player at the World Championship level.