New York City Marathon

Lacing Up for the New York City Marathon? Read This Guide! – Running Fitness Article

Lacing Up for the New York City Marathon? Read This Guide!   While it’s not as prestigious as the Boston Marathon or as cool as the London Marathon, the New York City Marathon may be the best overall. The vibe, atmosphere, and surroundings of the NYC Marathon make it an experience you’ll never forget — even if you’re not running. If you’re planning to attend the New York City Marathon as a runner or spectator, you’ll want to know some important information before race…

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» TCS New York City Marathon (3:27.29) FueledByLOLZ – Running Fitness Article

» TCS New York City Marathon (3:27.29) FueledByLOLZ TCS New York City Marathon (3:27.19) The TCS New York City Marathon 2019 might be my longest race recap ever so hang on tight.  I’ve run the New York City Marathon two other times: 2013 and 2018.  In early September, I pulled my hamstring which caused me to miss my previous marathon (Big Cottonwood in Utah). Around that time,  New Balance asked if I wanted to run the TCS New York City…

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I’m a New York City Marathon Race Announcer!Ali On The Run – Running Fitness Article

I’m a New York City Marathon Race Announcer!Ali On The Run Date: November 6, 2019 at 7:21 pm- by Ali- Comment(s): 0 “I want to know that every person that crosses that finish line is celebrated. I don’t care what the time on the clock says. I want everyone’s hard work and dreams to be celebrated.” Last Sunday, I became an official TCS New York City Marathon finish line announcer. I always said my dream was to “stand at a…

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New York City Marathon – Japanese Results – Running Fitness Article

New York City Marathon – Japanese Results After finishing 6th at the MGC Race 2020 Olympic marathon trials on Sept. 15, Yoshiki Takenouchi (NTT Nishi Nihon) ran the second-fastest time of his career, 2:11:18, to take 8th at the New York City Marathon. His time was one of the best-ever by a Japanese man in New York, the fastest since Masato Imai’s 2:10:45 in 2013. New York City Marathon New York, U.S.A., 11/3/19complete resultsMen1. Geoffrey Kamworor (Kenya) – 2:08:132. Albert…

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Des Linden is First American at the NYC Marathon – Women’s Running – Running Fitness Article

Des Linden is First American at the NYC Marathon – Women’s Running The 2018 Boston Marathon champion took command in the early miles of the 26.2-mile race, with Kellyn Taylor hot on her heels.Desiree Linden feels liberated to take more chances in the final stages of her professional running career and she showed no fear on Sunday at the 2019 New York City Marathon, pressing ahead of the pre-race favorites for much of the first half of the race. Linden,…

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Jepkosgei Wins the 2019 New York City Marathon – Women’s Running – Running Fitness Article

Jepkosgei Wins the 2019 New York City Marathon – Women’s Running On a nearly perfect Sunday to run through the five boroughs, Joyciline Jepkosgei, 26, of Kenya, won the 2019 New York City Marathon in 2:22:38, a record time for a debut at 26.2 miles on the course. Mary Keitany of Kenya who has won the New York City Marathon four times, was second in 2:23:32, and Ruti Aga of Ethiopia was third in 2:25:51. PHOTO: Jen AtorJoyciline Jepkosgei and…

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Always the Underdogs? Maybe Not For Long – Women’s Running – Running Fitness Article

Always the Underdogs? Maybe Not For Long – Women’s Running The women of Northern Arizona Elite say they have at least one 2020 Olympian on their team. They each have a crucial role to play in getting her there. Aliphine Tuliamuk is a little late getting back from the grocery store. “It took me longer than I thought,” she says, now resting at the kitchen table in her Flagstaff, Arizona, apartment. She decided to walk to a store almost three…

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New York City Marathon Preview 2019 – Salty Running – Running Fitness Article

Alright, race fans. Ready for another installment of Chicory’s handy-dandy race previews? Next up is NYC! The five-borough jaunt is welcoming back all of last year’s champions and the elite field includes 11 former New York City Marathon champions, 13 Olympians and 19 Paralympians, and 14 past Abbott World Marathon Majors race champions. And, Pimento! Mary Keitany returns looking to defend her title and win the race for what would be a record-setting fifth time — she and Grete Waitz are the…

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Janelle Hartman, Final Finisher of the 2018 New York City MarathonAli On The Run – Running Fitness Article

Date: October 30, 2019 at 7:45 pm– by Ali– Comment(s): 0 “Everyone talks about the roar on First Avenue. Mine was trying to dodge the roar of the cleaning trucks!” Last year, 55-year-old Janelle Hartman became a marathoner. After running more than 100 races and volunteering at just as many, Janelle decided that 2018 was the year she would run the TCS New York City Marathon. And on this episode, she talks about what it’s like to be the very…

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Olympian Kikkan Randall is Set to Run NYC Marathon – Women’s Running – Running Fitness Article

“> Kikkan Randall, who was diagnosed with breast cancer soon after winning cross-country skiing gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics, is set to run the New York City Marathon on Nov. 3. Last February was a shining, defining moment for cross country skier Kikkan Randall. With a beaming smile and tears in her eyes, Randall stood on top of the podium at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang with her teammate Jessie Diggins. The pair had not only captured gold…

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Ali on the Run Show Episode 183: Stephanie Pennington, Creator of Project Finish – Running Fitness Article

Date: October 23, 2019 at 8:10 pm– by Ali– Comment(s): 0 “They don’t expect a group to be there. And any runner deserves that incredible finish, no matter if it took two hours or if it’s taken 12. It’s not so much the time that needs to be celebrated in this case, it’s the passion and the drive and the motivation behind each runner’s story.” In 2015, Stephanie Pennington had just completed her first New York City Marathon. After finishing,…

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