New York Road Runners

Recent Headlines
Washington Heights »

Ydanis Rodriguez dedicated about 40 percent of his discretionary funds to programs for youth.

Washington Heights »

Listen to a National Poetry Slam champion, learn to long jump or see excerpts from three new plays.

West Village »

Want some last-minute, alternative New Year's plans? We've got you covered.

East Harlem »

Thousands have trained hard. Root for them at these key spots.

St. George »

Several streets will be closed 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Sunday for the 13.1-mile race.

Upper West Side »

The Dashing Whippets donate to charities and dress up in crazy costumes to support runners.  

Times Square & Theater District »

From yoga classes to salsa parties, DNAinfo New York picked the top New Year's events for less than $100.

Chelsea »

Running in the winter can be just as easy and fun as the summer, New Yorkers and experts said.

St. George »

"Staten Island Day" will be held Oct. 13, featuring food and live music after the half-marathon.

Brownsville »

Seniors who would never walk alone for safety concerns are boldly strutting together in Brownsville.

Upper East Side »

Security was tight at the city's first organized run since the Boston Marathon attacks.

Washington Heights »

Hundreds of children are expected to receive track and field training and compete in races at the Armory.

Washington Heights »

The Coogan's 5K race will take place Sunday, but its founding restaurant will not be an organizer.

South Street Seaport »

Seaport residents are welcoming the race, hoping the thousands of visitors will support local businesses.

New York City »

Council Speaker Christine Quinn and other pols jumped on the anti-marathon bandwagon.