New York Road Runners Club
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Today 11AM–7PM
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9 E 89th St New York, NY 10128
9 East 89th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10128
Sports Club, Non-Profit OrganizationToday 11AM–7PM
Wednesday 11AM–7PMThursday 11AM–7PMFriday 11AM–7PMSaturday 11AM–4PMSunday ClosedMonday 11AM–7PMTuesday 11AM–7PM
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"Beginner or experienced runner, the NYRR Club has a terrific opportunity."
"Allow local running clubs to borrow equipment to create their own events."
"Just participate in 5 half marathons, and you get guaranteed entry."
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Claude Moorehead
2 months ago
With this site soon to close, I hope the NYRRC keeps an outpost in the area. Sorry to see it go.
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Hope Shores
2 years ago
The New York Road Runners are responsible for running the majority of running race events in New York, including the ING NYC Marathon. Although most smaller races happen without any problems, the 2012 Marathon was an absolute PR nightmare. The NYRR mostly seems unapologetic about their actions at all times. With that said, I do enjoy NYRR races. The 4M events in Central Park are my favorite. They have their race number pickup system down to a science, so it only takes a few minutes to grab your number and shirt from their headquarters and continue with your day. I have found that race entry fees are getting steadily more expensive, which seems hard to justify when the races aren't much different than the past.
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2 years ago
Whether your training for races. or just running for fun, NYRR is the perfect club to join. There are several races each month. Great NYC people to run with.
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Daniel Willcomb
2 years ago
we say thank to the organizer of the major running event in new york city area. especially the most prestigious marathon in the planet.
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Loai Al-ebdi
2 years ago
The most cruel and cool blooded organization My Dog was ran over by a bicycle in central park and all the spectators refused to help. The accident happened in front of three spectators on and everyone heard the poor dog screams and cries, but since we are not running with the event we are not covered and can't help us, though I begged for help. Please stop doing events in central park so NYPD can enforce security, and please a little bit humanity won't hurt anyone. My dog is sick and the guy ran away thanks to your ignorance.
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Sandy Leung
2 years ago
Beginner or experienced runner, the NYRR Club has a terrific opportunity. Their 9 runs + 1 volunteer to qualify for the NYC Marathon = Highlight of my year stay in NYC! I am so thankful to have found this opportunity and after having finished my 5th run, I've had so much fun and have got to see so much of this beautiful amazing city.They have decent bib pickup policies before race day and on the actual race day and often have prizes and sponsors at the end so you can enjoy post-run festivities. These races are fun, in support of some really awesome nonprofits and if you're looking to explore the different Burroughs, this is a terrific opportunity to do so.
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Ralph Yozzo
5 years ago
NYRRC needs to foster growth in the local running clubs and not work to undermine the clubs' events. In order to support local running clubs. Add local running club events to the NYRRC calendar, allow local running club events to be NYC marathon qualifying events. Allow local running clubs to borrow equipment to create their own events.
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Jimmy Douloumbakas
2 years ago
Great organization. Keep up the good work.