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NYC Marathon: At Mile 20, The Bronx
The Bronx is known for being one of the most tiring spots in the TCS New York City Marathon.
NYC Marathon: Canadian pride shines in Williamsburg
Events like the New York City marathon are good for the world.
NYC Marathon: Collecting discarded running clothes in Bay Ridge
While waiting for the next wave of runners, she went to middle of the street and collected the clothing the runners threw off their now warmed up bodies.
NYC Marathon: Samurai at the start of the race
Aoiko Moisu, from Tokyo, Japan, participated in the marathon for the second time, proudly wearing traditional samurai attire.
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.
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.
NYC Marathon: Resilience in the Bronx
Security in New York was high today, with unprecedented precautionary measures.
NYC Marathon: The Lesbian and Gay Big Apple Corps Marching Band energizes runners
This is the first time the LGBAC is performing at the marathon.
NYC Marathon: Snapshots from West Harlem
“This is almost the 23rd mile, and this is when the runners need a lot more energy,” one supporter said. “This is when they need you.”
NYC Marathon: “Electrified” show at Bay Ridge greets runners
Bay Ridge Brooklyn’s The Third Rail Classic Rock Band from Pavement Pieces on Vimeo. Marathon runners passing the 4th avenue […]