New York Marathon

new york marathon

Heading to the New York Marathon 2015? Then you’ll need this valuable information as a runner or spectator:

The main race is happening on 01 November 2015. There are several start times, check them below:

8:30 a.m. Wheelchair Division
8:55 a.m. Achilles Handcycle Category and Select Athletes with Disabilities
8:58 a.m. Foot Locker Five Borough Challenge
9:20 a.m. Professional Women
9:50 a.m. Wave 1 (including Professional Men)
10:15 a.m. Wave 2
10:40 a.m. Wave 3
11:00 a.m. Wave 4

There is no spectator viewing at the start and to take great shots of your favourite runners crossing the finish line, buy a Grandstand Seating Ticket in advance.


Some interesting facts about the New York Marathon trough the years:

– The average runner burns 3000 calories during a marathon

– The oldest person to complete the New York Marathon was 93 years old!

– The youngest person to win the New York Marathon was the 19 year old, Beth Bonner, in 1971

– 50530 runners finished the New York Marathon last year

The New York Marathon is more than a one-day event. It goes throughout the week, for the runners, fans and family. You can browse for the whole week-long event here

Arriving at JFK Airport (JFK), Newark Airport (EWR) or LaGuardia (LGA), you have a list of the best options with price and time to Manhattan and beyond through Airportrs.

Check it out on the link: and download our iPhone app.

You can even get a free ride up to £10 using the code uberairportrs

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