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2018 New York City Marathon

Join the staff of Pavement Pieces on the 2018 New York City Marathon course.

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NYC Marathon: Tears of Joy at The Finish Line

She completed the event with the closest time to exactly 10 hours, coming in at 10:00:12.

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NYC Marathon: Longtime friends share the fun

The runners came in waves and one woman stopped in front of the two friends to catch her breath.

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2016 NYC Marathon: Veteran Whistles for Runners at “Top of the Fifth”

Grier, came bundled up and ready to show his support with coffee in hand and a small black and white whistle dangling around his neck.

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2016 NYC Marathon: A church greeting in Harlem

Members of the church attend the race every year cheering runners on and offering them prayers and inspiring words, but this year they wanted to do something different.

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New York City Marathon: Park Slope

By Natasha Abellard In Park Slope, Brooklyn supporters express admiration for 2015 marathon runners and their causes.

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New York City Marathon: South Bronx

Though traditionally a quieter part of New York City, those exiting the 3rd Avenue – 138 Street subway station were met with the sound of live jazz and cheering as loud as the bright green uniforms worn by volunteers passing out water and bananas to runners.

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New York City Marathon: Staten Island

Park rangers and police officers were turning away people with without identification bands. In addition to Van Briesen Park, Fort Wadsworth itself was accessible only to runners, police officers, and park rangers.

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NYC Marathon: The last runners

“New York is the crème de la crème of the marathons, I’ve always loved coming up here,” said Dale-Pierce proudly beaming.

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NYC Marathon: Back to tradition on the Upper East Side

As a symbol of support, the Boston Marathon’s yellow line ran alongside the familiar blue line that guides runners along their trek in New York.