This four-mile race raises funding and awareness in the fight against lung cancer and honors former Chase Manhattan Bank chairman Tom Labrecque, a lifelong never-smoker who died from lung cancer at age 62. More than 60% of people diagnosed with lung cancer have either never smoked or have quit smoking. Join thousands of others this year and “run as one” to raise money to support lung cancer research and awareness.
For more information about the Thomas G. Labrecque Foundation and their commitment to preventing lung cancer through education and research, visit tglfoundation.com.
Event hashtag: #RunAsOne4M—use it in your tweets, Instagrams, and Facebook posts!
Live unofficial results are available during the race in the NYRR Mobile App. Features include leaderboards, map tracking, and an individual runner search that can be shared on Facebook and Twitter. Tell your friends and family to follow your progress, and get unofficial results right after the race!
A 1.4-mile Run as One Health Walk accompanies this event; separate registration is required.
Your fee for the Run as One (4M) Presented by JPMorgan Chase covers all NYRR race and administrative expenses. To support the mission of the Thomas G. Labrecque Foundation, please consider adding an additional donation to your payment.
The course is the four-mile Central Park "inner loop."
Mile 1: Start on East Drive near East 68th Street and run north, ascending Cat Hill.
Mile 2: Continue north and and pass Engineers' Gate (East 90th Street). Turn left onto the 102nd Street Transverse.
Mile 3: Turn left on West Drive and run south through a series of three rolling hills as you pass the Reservoir on your left.
Mile 4: Enjoy a downhill, then a flat section. Turn left onto the 72nd Street Transverse and finish just west of Bethesda Terrace.
|Category||Feb. 8–21||Feb. 22– |
|NYRR Specialty Members*||$10||$15|
|NYRR Member Plus||$18||$23|
|NYRR Miler/NYRR 5K Member||$18||$23|
|NYRR 10K Member||$0||$0|
|NYRR Friend (non-members)||$33||$37|
The post-race event is a health fair that showcases the work of several lung cancer foundations. Each foundation will have staff on hand to answer questions about lung cancer and provide information about the different programs available to patients and families affected by the disease.
Children's activities include moon bounces, face painting, balloon artists, and carnival games.
The festival also features a prize drawing with awesome giveaways, including: