Celebrate the Five Boroughs

The 2019 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! Come with us on a runner's journey through the five boroughs of NYC and experience what makes them special.

View race series dates and details below. 

Popular Brooklyn Half

May 18, 2019
A fast, fun course through the borough with attitude, finishing at the world-famous Coney Island boardwalk.

NYRR Queens 10K

June 15, 2019
A speedy course through beautiful Flushing Meadows Corona Park, perfect for kicking off your TCS New York City Marathon training.

New Balance Bronx 10 Mile

September 29, 2019
A chance to enjoy the special character of the city’s northernmost borough, with a start and finish near Yankee Stadium.

NYRR Staten Island Half

October 13, 2019
A perfect tune-up run for the TCS New York City Marathon, with beautiful views of New York Harbor and the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge.

Information

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, 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, and NYRR Staten Island Half..

If your schedule prevents you from running a race, please consider volunteering.

Check out nycgo's guide to the five boroughs for things to do and see in Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten Island, and the Bronx.

Stay tuned for updates, and get inspired to Run for Life!

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