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NYRR Dash to the Finish Line 5K

Official results from today's race are now available. Find your official finishing time and place, and stay tuned for our photo galleries later today.


Be a part of the world-famous TCS New York City Marathon excitement, run through the streets of Manhattan, and finish at the famed Marathon finish line in Central Park—without running 26.2 miles!

Percy Sutton Harlem Walk

The walk will start at 8:30 a.m., the same time as the 5K run. Registered walkers will line up behind the runners on St. Nicholas Avenue south of West 134th Street. Please be in place for the walk no later than 8:15 a.m.

Event hashtag: #PercySutton5k—use it in your public tweets and Instagrams to be automatically entered into the new NYRR Social Hashtag Challenge to win prizes!

NYRR Pete McArdle Cross Country 15K

 

Pete McArdle, a native of Ireland, became an American citizen in 1962 and won the 10,000-meter gold medal and the marathon bronze at the 1963 Pan American Games, and then made the 1964 Olympic team in the marathon. He raced all over NYC, and he died in 1985 of a heart attack at a cross country practice in Van Cortlandt Park. This race will test your endurance over 9.3 miles of rugged terrain.

Please note: NYRR cross country races are not 9+1 qualifiers.


About Registration for this Race

NYRR Fred Lebow Cross Country Championships

Fred Lebow believed that running is for everyone. A visionary genius, he co-founded the New York City Marathon in 1970 and served as president of NYRR and race director of the marathon for 22 years. Under his leadership, the marathon was transformed from a small race in Central Park to a five-borough extravaganza. Lebow was diagnosed with brain cancer in 1990 and he died at age 62 on October 9, 1994. Celebrate and honor Lebow at this annual cross country event!

Please note: NYRR cross country races are not 9+1 qualifiers.

NYRR Harry Murphy Cross Country (5K)

Born in Brooklyn, Harry Murphy (1914-1993) was a founding member of NYRR in 1958 and co-founded the Prospect Park Track Club (PPTC) in 1970. A sign maker by trade, Murphy painted countless signs for NYRR events, earning the nickname "The Brush." As a runner, coach, and mentor, Murphy is remembered by PPTC members for his innovative workouts and for helping many to develop a love for running. Those runners who did not have the privilege of knowing Murphy before he passed away in 1993 can celebrate his legacy on the trails of Van Cortlandt Park at this race.

NYRR Kurt Steiner Cross Country (5K)

“If you can hear my voice, you can break…” Those words, spoken by beloved race announcer Kurt Steiner (1921−1993), encouraged countless race finishers to run their hearts out. Steiner was a founding member of NYRR and a competitive runner and race walker.

NYRR Henry Isola Cross Country (4M)

Kick off cross country season in Van Cortlandt Park with this popular race that's been on our calendar for decades.

Please note: NYRR cross country races do not count toward the 9+1 program.

Event hashtag: #HenryIsolaXC—use it in your public tweets and Instagrams to be automatically entered into the NYRR Social Hashtag Challenge to win prizes!


Registration for Cross Country Races

New Balance 5th Avenue Mile

The 2016 New Balance 5th Avenue Mile is taking place on Saturday of Labor Day Weekend.

With a new title sponsor this year, the New Balance 5th Avenue Mile opens a beautiful 20-block stretch of 5th Avenue to runners of all ages and abilities who want to run their best mile in New York City. Special races include a youth mile, the George Sheehan Memorial Mile for runners age 60 and over, the NYRR Road Mile Championships, and Olympic-caliber professional men's and women's races.

NYRR Queens 5K

This race is sold out, but you can still sign your children up for our kids' races.

Join us for the brand-new NYRR Queens 5K and warm up the roadway for the NYRR Five-Borough Series: Queens 10K later in the day. Enjoy a scenic 3.1-mile route through Flushing Meadows Corona Park and see what makes New York City's biggest borough unique.

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