RACE DIRECTOR BLOG: ‘LET US TRANSFER OUR BIB NUMBERS! Races should allow the transfer of race registrations. Many of us know what’s it like to have registered for a marathon only to get an injury and lose the $100 or … Continue reading
Our Virtual Turkey Trot has begun, but unlike most races, it doesn’t matter if you’ve started your race yet. You can still win! One great thing about a virtual race, of course, is that there’s no cap. The more people … Continue reading
The Brooklyn Marathon went off without a hitch on Sunday morning, at precisely 8:35 a.m. The weather was pristine, the park was clear of debris, and the 500+ runners who decided to test their mettle with 26.2 miles in Prospect … Continue reading
The Brooklyn Marathon is thrilled to have some terrific sponsors this year, including the local law firm Lucarelli & Castaldi, which specializes in helping injured athletes. Long active in the cycling community, L&C gets what we’re all about at NYCRUNS, … Continue reading
Last night, on the NY Running podcast on TalkShoe, NYCRUNS founder Steve Lastoe pointed out that the Brooklyn Marathon will go down in history as the 2012 New York marathon that happened. And that’s a big deal, for a lot of … Continue reading
The second-annual Brooklyn Marathon will be held in just six days. Please refer to the email sent out earlier today for information regarding packet pickup. Thank you. See you Sunday!