Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run

3,492 TOTAL FINISHERS
1,730 MEN / 1,762 WOMEN
Race Recap

They Ran and Walked in Harlem

The Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run represents a culmination, not only for the annual celebration of Harlem Week, but for an eight-week program called Run for the Future. The program challenges rising high school senior girls from all five boroughs with little or no running experience to train for, and complete, a 5K race by summer's end. All 18 of this year's participants finished today's 5K and proved that anyone can "Run For Life," even when life is at a crossroads.

Race Stories

Practice Makes Perfect

As our high school runners gathered before the start of the Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run, you couldn’t help but notice something was different. The usual pre-race jitters were nowhere to be seen. Instead, confidence filled the air.


 

 

Race Story: Australian Wins with a Blazing 4:48 Pace

Today, more than 3,400 runners packed the streets of Harlem for the Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run. The race, along with the 1.7-mile Anti-Gun Violence Walk for Peace, marks the grand finale of Harlem Week, which recognizes the historic neighborhood and is one of the largest annual cultural celebrations in the northeast.

 

DATE
Saturday, August 24, 2013 8:30am

LOCATION
Manhattan

DISTANCE
5K

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Weather

65.00℉
6mph wind
54% humidity

Race Rating

3.0/5
5 Votes

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"Love that monster hill. Great Jazz trumpet at start as well. Wish we could have stuck around for the rest"
Sean K, Facebook
 

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