NYRR Gridiron 4M presented by The FLAG Art Foundation
- Prize Money
This event is completed.
4,866 Total Finishers
2,472 Men | 2,382 Women | 12 Non-Binary
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View Gridiron 4M presented by The FLAG Art Foundation race photos.
On the day of the final football game of the year, join us for our last Central Park race until April at the NYRR Gridiron 4M presented by The FLAG Art Foundation.
The FLAG Art Foundation is a nonprofit exhibition space that encourages the appreciation of contemporary art among diverse audiences. Founded in 2008 by art patron and philanthropist Glenn Fuhrman, FLAG presents rotating exhibitions that include artworks borrowed from a variety of sources. FLAG invites a broad range of creative individuals to curate thematic group shows and works in-depth with artists to provide curatorial support and a platform to realize solo exhibitions. Based in Manhattan’s Chelsea art district, FLAG and all of its related programs are free and open to the public.
Check back in closer to race day for the reveal of the 2023 race T-shirt, designed by Baltimore-born, Brooklyn-based artist, Derrick Adams. The inspiration for the design he said was “focused on the collective spirit of the race, over the individual winners - community building through a shared love for running."
Working across painting, collage, sculpture, performance, video, and sound installations, Adams explores image-making and how African American experiences intersect with art history, American iconography, popular culture, and consumerism.
Notes on Registration
Race Number Pickup
Train with NYRR Coaching Lab by Runcoach
Longest Football Throw Competition
Results and Awards
NYRR Member Division
Prize money amounts equal for men, women, and non-binary. To be eligible for NYRR Member Division prize money and time bonuses, runners must have been NYRR member since at least November 12, 2022, including the date of the race, and must complete the course in 28 minutes or less.
|$100||Race winner who breaks the existing event record.
Bonus is available to the race winner only, and they must break, not tie, the mark:
|Men: 19:12, Christopher Pannone, 2009|
|Women: 21:54, Nuhamin Bogale Ashame, 2020|
|Non-Binary: 25:27, Zackary Harris, 2022|
|$100||Top three finishers under the following standards:|
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