Want to be part of the fun on Staten Island without running 13.1 miles? Check out the NYRR 5K at the Staten Island Half, a special race-within-a-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.
Thanks to the NYRR 5K at the Bronx 10-Mile, our brand-new race-within-a-race, family and friends can hit the streets and feel the excitement of the NYRR 5-Borough Series: Bronx 10-Mile. Whether it’s your first 5K or your 50th, this is your chance to race through the Bronx and savor those cheers from the sidelines. What a way to start the morning!
The first-ever NYRR Kids' Boardwalk Run at the Airbnb Brooklyn Half will give your kids an exhilarating opportunity to run a mile on the Coney Island Boardwalk, one of Brooklyn’s most iconic landmarks. All kids will receive an official NYRR Kids Boardwalk Run at the Airbnb Brooklyn Half souvenir.
The event will be staged in three races, one for each of the folowing age groups: 7-10 years, 11-13 years, and 14-18 years. Join us for an unforgettable race!
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 special race souvenir, and post-race hot chocolate, the proceeds from this race fund youth running programs in schools all over the city!
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.