This year is poised to be a great one for running. New York Road Runners will be holding a variety of events that are sure to please any runner, from novice to expert.
If you are interested in being a part of a fun and supporting community, but are not particularly keen on running yourself, then why not volunteer? There are plenty of opportunities this year!
For more information on how to volunteer and to register, click here.
2017 was a fantastic year for running. Because of this, MapMyRun has recently published a blog highlighting some of 2017’s greatest running stories.
Here is an excerpt:
“Running can be a love or hate experience — even if you call yourself a runner. As far as workouts go, it’s one of the simplest ways to train, so long as you have a good pair of running shoes. Looking back on the year, we sifted through the articles we published on the subject and selected the ones that resonated the most with you.”
To read the full article, click here.
Hey everyone, I’m back again to share my performance stats for the month of December.
Here is a quick snapshot of my performance:
It’s the new year and with it comes a bevy of new year’s resolutions. But, as we all know, many resolutions are never fully realized. Well, make sure to follow through on your resolutions this year. Let NYRR inspire and motivate you to stay fit and healthy. For more information, click here.
The new year is upon us and that means it’s time to get started on a new year of running and fitness. The New York Road Runners’ RUNCENTER, as usual, is hosting a variety of events this month.
Click here to see a list of all of the events for the month.
MapMyRun is holding a new challenge called the “You Vs. The Year 2018.” Like most other MapMyRun challenges, You Vs. The Year has you competing against other users to reach 1018KM as quickly as possible. Winners can earn a brand new pair of HOVRs, the industry’s most anticipated connected shoe from Under Armour, and a variety of other gear.
For more information and to register, click here.
2017 is, for better or worse, over. We are now at the beginning of a bright and hopeful year. But it always does good to look back at our past and get an understanding of it so that we may grow in the future.
With that being said, here are the worldwide statistics for users of MapMyRun from 2017.
Make sure to visit MapMyRun’s website in order to find out some great statistics, like total miles and hours run and calories burned worldwide.