Photos capturing the events at the 2018 Rising New York Road Runners at the NYRR Queens 10K
- Both Men and Women
- Club Points
- Charity Spots
- Finisher Medals
- Team for Kids
- Wave Starts
- 4 out of 6
The third race in the 2019 NYRR Five-Borough Series brings runners to beautiful Flushing Meadows Corona Park for a flat, fast 10K with an early-summer date! Runners kicking off their training for the TCS New York City Marathon or any fall marathon will love this event. Flushing Meadows Corona Park is easily reached by public transportation, and it's a great place to spend the day. All entrants will receive a souvenir and all finishers will receive a medal.
The NYRR Five-Borough Series: Queens 10K is part of NYRR's Five-Borough Series: Run New York. Five Boroughs. One City. The NYRR Five-Borough Series showcases New York Road Runners' commitment to the individuals and communities in each borough. More than just five races, the Five-Borough Series—the United Airlines NYC Half, the Popular® Brooklyn Half, the NYRR Queens 10K, the New Balance Bronx 10 Mile, and the NYRR Staten Island Half—is a celebration of what makes each borough unique, inspiring, and an amazing place to get out and get moving!
Run with Team for Kids
Make the most of your spot in the 2019 NYRR Queens 10K by signing up to run with NYRR Team for Kids. Perks of running with Team for Kids include:
- Unlimited access to our team of coaches via email and phone
- Fundraising resources and support, including a personal fundraising page, to help you meet your fundraising goal
- Signature Team for Kids green racing singlet
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 Twitter. Tell your friends and family to follow your progress, and get unofficial results right after the race!
The NYRR Queens 10K will start in two waves, the first (corrals AA-F) at 7:45 a.m. and the second (corrals G-L) at 8:15 a.m. You will receive your wave assignment in your confirmation email the week before the race.
Limited parking will be available at Citi Field, with lot access at Gates 3, 16, and 17 from 6:00 to 7:15 a.m. The cost is for $25 for small passenger vehicles and $50 for larger passenger vehicles such as 15-passenger vans.
The park roads will be closed at 7:00 a.m. in preparation for the race. All vehicles must be off the roads and parked by this time.
Photos will be captured and provided by Gameface a couple of days following the race. Visit https://www.gamefacemedia.com/find-my-photo-assistance/ and search the race name to receive access to your photos. Digital copies may be downloaded for free and prints will be available for purchase.
Four Out of Six
Eligibility for entry to the 2020 United Airlines NYC Half will be guaranteed for NYRR members who have an active membership by the last qualifying event of the 2019 NYRR Five-Borough Series (NYRR Staten Island Half in October), and who run four of the following six events in 2019:
- United Airlines NYC Half
- Popular® Brooklyn Half
- NYRR Queens 10K
- NYRR Manhattan 7 Mile
- New Balance Bronx 10 Mile
- NYRR Staten Island Half
Experience All That Queens Has to Offer
While you’re in town for the NYRR Queens 10K, check out the nycgo.com New York Road Runners NYC Visitor Guide for official information about Queens restaurants, shops, nightlife, and sporting events as well as exclusive deals and offers.
Share Your Story
Tell us the special reason you're running the 2019 NYRR Queens 10K and what makes your story different. Have you overcome odds or a challenge in your life? Are you running to empower yourself or others? Take our brief survey, and together we can inspire others through running.
Hospital for Special Surgery Runner Recovery Zone
Stop by the HSS Runner Recovery Zone after your race! Runners will be led through guided stretching and foam rolling by HSS’s expert primary care sports medicine physicians, physical therapists and performance coaches while also receiving tips on how to best recover from the race.
Numbers (which include your timing tag) and souvenirs may be picked up at the NYRR RUNCENTER at 320 West 57th Street (between Eighth and Ninth avenues) on the following dates:
- Saturday, June 8, 8:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
- Sunday, June 9, 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
- Monday, June 10, 7:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
- Tuesday, June 11, 7:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
- Wednesday, June 12, 7:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
- Thursday, June 13, 7:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
- Friday, June 14, 7:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
Show the QR code from your race confirmation email or your NYRR account to pick up your race materials. If you're unable to pick up your race materials, a friend or family member can pick up for you; the person will need your QR code (printed or digitally). This policy is in effect only for our weekly races, not for the TCS New York City Marathon. T-shirts will be available for pickup until 10:00 a.m. on race day and sizes are subject to availability.
On race day, number pickup will be at Race-Day Central in Flushing Meadows Corona Park on the path from the 7 train heading toward the Pool of Industry. Pickup will be available from 6:15 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. for the 10K. If you pick up on race day, please be sure to allow yourself enough time to get from Race-Day Central to the start.
Bag check, also located on the path from the 7 train heading toward the Pool of Industry, will be open from 6:15 to 11:00 a.m. If you wish to check a bag, please allow additional time for baggage check and security.
Mile 1: Start on Meridian Road between the Avenue of Discovery and the Avenue of Research. Follow Meridian Road before turning left onto Meadow Lake Road West/Meadow Lake Promenade.
Mile 2: Follow Meadow Lake Drive West and bear right on Meadow Dr. Turn right to continue on Meadow Dr, around to the Meadowlark Circle to cross the Amphitheater Bridge and continue on Avenue of Asia. Right turn onto Avenue of Africa and right onto Meridian Rd.
Mile 3: Run an out-and-back loop on Shea Road, turning onto the other side of the road near Citi Field at Boat Basin Place
Mile 4: Follow Shea Road and Meridian Road, turning left onto the United Nations Avenue North ramp. Mile four is at the top of the ramp
Mile 5: Continue across the Hall of Science Bridge, then turn right onto the Grand Central Parkway ramp to the Avenue of Science. Continue alongside the Hall of Science and the Queens Zoo to cross the Zoo Bridge. Turn right at Avenue of the States to run around the New York State Pavilion.
Mile 6: Continue straight to run clockwise around the Unisphere, then continue on Avenue of Americas. Turn right onto the Avenue of Commerce and then turn right onto Herbert Hoover Promenade, reaching mile six at Astronaut Court. Continue on Dwight Eisenhower Promenade and turn left to the finish on the Avenue of Commerce.
Awards will be available to the top five men and women overall, as well as in age and gender groups as explained in this article. A list of all award winners will be posted in the results for each race.
Award winners who wish to receive an award plaque should complete our online claim form.
For Top Queens Resident prize money, Queens residency will be determined by ZIP code. A runner must have his/her My NYRR profile updated with current address at the time of registration to be eligible. A copy of an NY driver's license, NY state ID card, or current bill (within 60 days of event) with address imprinted will be required to verify borough residency before prize money will be distributed.
Athletes who have been suspended for doping by a governing body are not eligible to participate in, and should not apply for entry in, NYRR races. Extenuating circumstances may be reviewed by the NYRR Race Director.
To be eligible for NYRR member prize money, participants must have an active NYRR membership for six months prior to race day.
|NYRR Member Prize Money for Men and Women
Determined by Gun Time
NYRR Member Prize Money for Men and Women
Determined by Gun Time
|Top Queens Resident||$500|
The celebration of New York Road Runners’ 60th anniversary continues as Peter Ciaccia, president of events of NYRR and race director of the TCS New York City Marathon, takes a look back over the 40-year history of the NYRR Queens 10K (formerly the Queens Half Marathon) and the efforts of one individual who helped build running in the city’s second-largest borough.