The occurrence of injuries among distance runners is high, and serious runners are always looking for insights as to why these injuries occur and how they can be prevented. There are some common factors among runners with high injury rates, as well as proven strategies to prevent them.
The 2018 NYRR Jingle Bell Jog (5K) and Rising New York Road Runners at the Jingle Bell Jog kicked off the holidays in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park.
Hundreds of runners logged miles—lots of them!—in Central Park at the NYRR NYC 60K.
When planning a weekly running format, there are some key questions to ask yourself before filling in the calendar.
Returning to training after having a baby is not as simple as getting the ok from your OB at your six-week visit. Your body, no matter how your new bundle of joy came into this world, has just been through a musculoskeletal marathon and it needs the proper time to recover.
Enjoy everything Prospect Park has to offer this autumn.
As we approach the 2018 NYRR Staten Island Half, Peter Ciaccia, president of events for NYRR and race director of the TCS New York City Marathon, and Michael Schnall, vice president of government relations and community investment for NYRR and a Staten Island resident, look at the history of NYRR on Staten Island.
Explore Staten Island’s best running spots and enjoy the nature and history of the borough.
Grete Waitz, winner of nine New York City Marathon titles and five NYRR New York Mini 10K crowns, is often considered the greatest female distance runner of all time. Today’s 10K race in Central Park honored her amazing legacy.
Get familiar with these race-day logistics to ensure that a strong finish is your biggest concern on October 14.