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.
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.
Family and friends can hit the streets for the the New Balance Bronx 5K and feel the excitement of the New Balance Bronx 10 Mile. Whether it’s your first 5K or your 50th, this is your chance to race through the Bronx and enjoy all that our new race title sponsor New Balance brings to the party. What a way to start the morning!
Boogie down in the Bronx with a 10-mile race through this vibrant New York City borough. With a new race title sponsor this year, the New Balance Bronx 10 Mile promises to be an even bigger and better event for all runners, their friends, and their family.
And friends and family don't need to wait on the sidelines, either: Bring them out for the New Balance Bronx 5K, so they can start the morning off with a quick 3.1 miles.
Way way up in Wawayanda—NYRR and Ragnar bring you the newest East Coast Ragnar Trail Relay: Ragnar Trail Wawayanda Lake in association with New York Road Runners. Located about 50 miles outside the lights of New York City is a hidden gem called Wawayanda (pronounced wah - way - yanda) State Park.
This event is part of our 9+1 program for 2015, so complete the race, or volunteer, and you'll get credit in this calendar year toward the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon.
Kick off the New Year at the Midnight Run! Join the fun and celebrate with music and dancing (starting at 10:00 p.m.) as 2015 comes to a close. With a countdown to midnight beginning at 11:59 p.m., the four-mile unscored run will begin on the stroke of midnight, as will a spectacular fireworks display to light up the night and the start of 2016.
This race honors Ted Corbitt (1919-2007), the first president of New York Road Runners, the first African American to compete in the Olympic marathon, and an ultramarathon pioneer who ran more than 200,000 miles in his lifetime!
This festive family favorite is more than just a road race, it's also a celebration and a fundraiser for NYRR's youth programs. Not only does your entry fee snag you jingle bells for your sneakers, a fleece neck gaiter, and post-race hot chocolate, the proceeds from this race fund youth running programs in schools all over the city!
God’s Love We Deliver provides nutritious meals to people in the New York City metropolitan area who are living with severe illness. For more than 30 years, God’s Love has been there for our New York neighbors so that no one has to fight the dual crises of being sick and hungry.