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The 2014 NYRR Five-Borough Series will once again finish with the Staten Island Half, a race dedicated to making a positive impact on the borough that hosts the start of the TCS New York City Marathon. Scheduled just three weeks before the marathon, the Staten Island Half is a perfect tune-up for NYRR’s flagship event and features fabulous views of New York Harbor and the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge.
The NYRR Five-Borough Series showcases our renewed commitment to the individuals and communities in each borough. More than just five races, the Five-Borough Series—the NYC Half, the Brooklyn Half, the Queens 10K, the Bronx 10-Mile, and the Staten Island Half—is a celebration of what makes each borough unique, inspiring, and an amazing place to get out and get moving! Starting with Manhattan at the NYC Half, come with us on a runner's journey through the five boroughs of NYC and experience what makes them special.
The Staten Island Half is a part of NYRR's Five-Borough Series: Run New York. Five Boroughs. One City.
Kids' races at 12:00 noon offer kids ages 2 through 12 the chance to run around the bases of Richmond County Bank Park and finish at home plate! The entry fee is just $6 in advance and $8 on race day. Note: Parents of children ages 7 and older will not be permitted on the field; they can meet their children in the reunion area after their races.
Use MTA Trip Planner to plan your trip.
All race information is subject to change.
Please note that NYRR members who run four of the following six events in 2014: Fred Lebow Manhattan Half, NYC Half, Brooklyn Half, Queens 10K, Bronx 10-Mile, and the Staten Island Half, and who have an active membership by year-end 2014 will be eligible for guaranteed entry to the 2015 NYC Half.
We've added youth races to the Staten Island Half! If your middle-schoolers love to run, sign them up today for these new races at Clove Lakes Park designed just for kids. Each youth race is timed and scored and every child gets a race T-shirt. Learn more here.
You'll start near the Richmond County Bank Ballpark and proceed along the scenic St. George waterfront. You'll turn left on Richmond Terrace and pass the Staten Island Ferry Terminal before heading down Bay Street. As you turn right on School Road and merge left onto Lily Pond Avenue, you’ll pass by Fort Wadsworth, the staging area for the 2014 TCS New York City Marathon. You'll make your way onto Fr. Capodanno Blvd and run out and back along the South Beach shorefront, with a turnaround at Graham Boulevard just after the seven-mile mark. You'll make your way back toward the ferry terminal, making a left onto Bank Street and then entering the ballpark and crossing the finish line at home plate!
View the course map at the link below.
Three-Hour Time Limit: In the interests of safety, any Staten Island Half participant who is not able to maintain a 13:45-per-mile pace throughout the race (3:00 projected finishing time) will be picked up along the course starting at approximately mile 8 and transported to the finish. The time it takes the last runner to cross the start line (not including those who arrive late to the race) will be added to the overall 3:00 time limit, ensuring all participants a 13:45-per-mile pace. Thank you for your cooperation with this policy.
|Dates subject to change||July 2-15||July 16-Oct. 11||Event Day|
|Armed Services Veterans Members||$25||$30||$35|
|Active Duty Military Members||$25||$30||$35|
Numbers (which contain your timing tag) and T-shirts may be picked up at NYRR (9 East 89th Street) on:
Shirt sizing is subject to availability. Please pick up on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday to avoid crowds. On event day, pickup will be at Race-Day Central on Staten Island (stay tuned for exact location) from 6:30 to 8:00 a.m. for the half-marathon and from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon for the kids' races.
We recommend that you take public transportation to Staten Island Day to avoid traffic delays and limited parking. Use MTA Trip Planner to find the best route, including the free Staten Island Ferry. If you're running the half-marathon, you must take the 6:30, 7:00, or 7:30 a.m. ferry in order to arrive at the race start on time.
Cheer for the fastest New York City Fire Department (FDNY) member, who will be honored with the Fire Lieutenant Victor J. Navarra FDNY Family of Champions Trophy! In 2013, the winner was 39-year-old Anthony Gazzara of Pearl River, NY, who covered the 13.1-mile course in a quick 1:33:42.
Age-group awards will be available on site at the awards table located at the information tent after the race. Runners can check the awards sheet at the table and collect their award. Awards not collected on site will be available at NYRR on the Monday following the race.
Are you interested in volunteering for this race? View the open positions at the Volunteer siteSign Up to Volunteer