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.
The TCS New York City Marathon is one of the world’s most iconic races. During the 26.2-mile journey through the five boroughs of New York City, some 48,000 runners will experience the sights and sounds of the city, cheered on by more than two million spectators, entertained by hundreds of bands, and be inspired every step of the way. Be a part of it on November 1 as the entire city transforms into the world’s biggest stadium.
Getting Into the 2016 New York City Marathon
Stay tuned for information on general entry to the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon.
Want to be part of the fun on Staten Island without running 13.1 miles? Check out the NYRR Staten Island 5K, a special race that's perfect for beginners and experienced runners alike. You’ll enjoy stunning views of Manhattan and finish in Richmond County Bank Ballpark—just like the half-marathoners!
Please note: This race is not part of our four-out-of-six program for the NYRR Five-Borough Series. There are no finisher medals for this event.
Event hashtag: #NYRRSI5K—use it in your tweets, Instagrams, and Facebook posts!