New York City Marathon
Leave it to the New York City Marathon to be star-studded, as some big stars put themselves to the limit by running the race. From Kevin Hart to Prince Royce, check out the celebs that took part in the extravaganza.
She did it! Shalane Flanagan made history, becoming the first American woman to win the New York City Marathon in 40 years! As she basks in the glow of victory, get to know about this amazing athlete.
Though more than 50,000 runners hit the streets for the New York City marathon, not everyone would walk away a winner. Find out who won the 2017 men’s and women’s race here!
On your mark. Get set. GO! 50,000 runners will hit the streets of the Big Apple for the 2017 New York City Marathon. Coverage of this epic race kicks off at 9:00 AM ET so tune in to watch!
Get ready, because the New York Marathon is right around the corner. This running extravaganza is a can’t-miss, so find out how to watch the race, who’s the favorite and where you can see it in person!
The 46th New York City Marathon is here! Like marathons past, it is a day filled with cheering, great signs, personal bests and celebration! See the best moments from the 26.2 mile race!
Tens of thousands ran in the 45th annual TCS New York Marathon, but only one can call themselves the 1st place winner of the men’s race. And this year, that guy is Ghirmay Ghebreslassie, from Eritrea! Ghirmay is now the youngest winner in the marathon’s history!
Out of the tens of thousands of runners who came to the Big Apple from around the world, Mary Keitany outran them all in the women’s division at the 46th NYC Marathon! This is her third straight year taking first place. You go, girl!
Runners, take your mark! It’s one of the most famous races in the world and more than 50,000 runners will take place in the 45th annual New York City Marathon on Nov. 6. If you can’t make it out to the five boroughs, click to watch the event online!
The long distance running world’s elite will be gathered in the Big Apple for the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon Nov. 6 and we’ve got all your ways to watch the epic event. The course runs 26.2 miles through the greatest city in the world and is such an amazing spectacle. Keep reading for all the details!
Over 50,000 runners started out at the 44th annual TCS New York City Marathon, but only one could walk away as the winner of the men’s race. Stanley Biwott of Kenya beat last year’s winner, Wilson Kipsang, with a time of 2 hours, 10 minutes and 34 seconds. Congrats, Stanley!
Last year’s champ Wilson Kipsang of Kenya was back to defend his New York City Marathon title in the big race, but was edged out by Kenya’s Stanley Biwott. This is Stanley’s first major marathon win after placing second at the London Marathon in 2014. What a win!
Over 50,000 runners turned out Nov. 1 for the 44th annual TCS New York City Marathon. Mary Keitany won the women’s division in a time of just 2:24:25. This is her second consecutive win! Congrats, Mary!
Kenyan Mary Keitany, 32, successfully defended her 2014 New York City Marathon title at the 2015 NYC race by crossing the finish line first again. In an amazing time of 2:24:25, Mary received another gold medal and $100,000 prize!
Run, Wilson, run! After 26.2 miles, Wilson Kipsang crossed the finish line of the New York City Marathon as the winner of the men’s race. Congrats!
Wilson Kipsang, 32, knows how to make a finish. At the very end of the men’s race, Wilson bolted ahead of Lelisa Desisa to secure his first place finish at the New York City Marathon. This was Wilson’s New York City Marathon debut!
What a race! On Nov. 2, Mary Keitany crossed the finish line of the 26.2 New York City Marathon ahead of all the rest. In the closest race ever in the women’s division, Mary was crowned the women’s winner! Congrats!
Mary Keitany, 32, is your 2014 New York City Marathon women’s winner. The Kenyan runner finished the 26.2 mile race around New York City’s five boroughs in 2 hours, 25 minutes and 7 seconds. Congrats to Mary!
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