The results are in! Find your official finishing time and place on our results page, and check out our race report on the blog. Stay tuned for photo galleries, to be posted later today.
Event hashtag: #UAEHK10K—use it in your tweets, Instagrams, and Facebook posts!
Live unofficial results are available during the race at liveresults.nyrr.org and in the NYRR 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 because the system works great on mobile devices, you can get unofficial results right after the race!
The UAE Healthy Kidney 10K benefits the National Kidney Foundation in honor of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the first president and the founder of the United Arab Emirates. The race was started to promote education and awareness of kidney health and kidney disease. Runners can support the National Kidney Foundation by making a donation during registration or joining Team Kidney. Team Kidney benefits include team clothing, personal fundraising web site and e-newsletters with fundraising and training tips, important race information, and inspiration.
On race day, a UAE hospitality tent at the post-race festival will allow runners and spectators to experience Emirati culture.
The $30,000 Zayed Bonus, courtesy of the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in honor of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al-Nahyan, will be given to the first man to break 27:35 (Leonard Patrick Komon, UAE Healthy Kidney 10K, 2011) and/or the first woman to break 30:44 (Lornah Kiplagat, New York Mini 10K, 2002).
Through a number of partnerships with US community organizations and institutions, the UAE and the U.S. are working together to encourage healthy lifestyles and support efforts to find cures for diseases. Find out more about the UAE-USA bilateral relationship on Facebook and Twitter. Look for the hashtag #UAEUSA.
Your fee for the UAE Healthy Kidney 10K covers all NYRR race and administrative expenses. To support the mission of the National Kidney Foundation, please consider adding an additional donation to your payment when you register for the race.
Do you have a connection to kidney disease or organ donation? Please share your story and why you are running with the National Kidney Foundation by emailing email@example.com.
The course is slightly more than one counter-clockwise lap of Central Park’s six-mile loop.
Mile 1: Start on East Drive near 69th Street and head north; there is a moderate uphill early in the first mile.
Mile 2: Continue along East Drive as you pass the Reservoir on your left.
Mile 3: Pass the 102nd Street Transverse on your left and descend, then ascend Harlem Hill; continue past Lasker Rink.
Mile 4: Run over rolling hills as you head south on West Drive.
Mile 5: Continue south on West Drive, passing the 72nd Street Transverse, and complete the lower loop of the park before the course turns back onto East Drive.
Mile 6 (+.2): Continue north on East Drive, passing the start line at 69th Street. Turn left at the 72nd Street Transverse and continue toward the finish line.
|Category||Oct. 5–18||Oct. 19– |
|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|
Stop by the post-race festival, which will feature fun activities for all ages, including live entertainment, a raffle drawing with prizes, a photo booth, and cultural activities and giveaways, including an authentic Emirati heritage tent experience to celebrate Emirati culture.
Enter the raffle drawing for a chance to win: