New York City

NYRR July Events

Although July is halfway over, there’s still time to enjoy some of NYRR’s many events.

Here is only a sample of some of the events for this month:

July 20 – Friday Evening Yoga

July 28 – NYRR Central Park Running History Tour

July 31 – High School Running Series: Mindfulness and Pre-Race Prep

This is only a small portion of what’s in store at the NYRR RunCenter. For the full list, click here.

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Run with Team Continuum

Anyone who is familiar with me knows that I run with Team Continuum during the TCS NYC Marathon. This year, I plan on running with the team again to show my support for those battling cancer. It’s an exceptional team with many kind and talented members.

If you are looking to get in a good run and make a difference in the world, consider running with Team Continuum. Click here for more information.

Register For The NYRR 5th Avenue Mile

If you’re looking for a marathon event this September, look no further than the 5th Avenue Mile!

NYRR has set up yet another enticing event that is sure to leave runners of all experience levels satisfied. The event features everything from youth programs to “Olympic-caliber professional men’s and women’s races.”

For more information, click here!

NYRR Offers Marathon Training

Hello all,

It’s been quite some time since I’ve written to you, but I’m back with an interesting update. The New York Road Runners are offering fully customized training courses on running marathons. Whatever your needs are, NYRR is here to help!

To read more on the training program, and to sign up, click here.

MapMyRun’s “12 Things Only Runners Will Understand”

Hello everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve posted, but I’m back and I’ve got a great deal of content to share!

Firstly, I have a new blog from MapMyRun. Titled “12 Things Only Runners Will Understand,” the article highlights some of the most common issues or scenarios that runners are familiar with that non-runners wouldn’t understand.

Here is an excerpt:

“Running is a hard sport and those of us who wake up and get out of bed day after day to pound the pavement are indeed a rare breed. This can make some of the things we do a little hard to understand for the non-runners among us.

Whether it’s runner’s high or weird tan lines, here are 12 things only runners can truly relate to”

To read the full article, click here!