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ING New York City Marathon

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Long Island City »

Queens Tourism Council is creating a "cheering station" to boost the morale of runners as they pass.

New York City »

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

Manhattan »

Two million people in the five boroughs are expected to watch the New York City Marathon on Sunday.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Running may be a solitary sport, but social media outlets have been connecting the marathon community and helping them train and stay motivated in new ways.

Manhattan »

New York was the source of many entertaining and news making tweets in in the twitterverse in 2010.

Manhattan »

Manhattan streets were packed with spectators as more than 45,000 runners made their way to the Central Park finish.

Manhattan »

From the Queensboro Bridge to the finish line, Manhattan has some of the best spots to watch the Marathon.

Manhattan »

Edison Pena toured the city before running in the ING New York City Marathon Sunday.

Harlem »

Harlem churchgoers fear that Sunday's ING New York City Marathon will keep them from their day of worship.

Manhattan »

The LIRR recommends commuters allow 70 minutes of extra travel time.

Manhattan »

A handful of runners plan to live-tweet while running in the 26.2-mile New York City Marathon on Sunday.

Manhattan »

Edison Peña, the Chilean miner dubbed "The Runner," will run in this Sunday's marathon.

Midtown & Theater District »

The Subway spokesman went jogging NYC Marathon winner Meb Kelflezighi near Central Park on Tuesday.

Manhattan »

Megan Kretz, a runner and food blogger, shares tips on how to eat healthier to prepare for the New York City marathon.