Mary Wittenberg Stepping Down From Helm Of NY Road RunnersThe organization said Tuesday that Wittenberg's two top deputies, Michael Capiraso and Peter Ciaccia, will take over its leadership.
Ebola Fears Expected To Have Little Impact On NYC MarathonThere will be runners from around the globe at this year's TCS New York City Marathon, but none who registered are from the three West African nations plagued by the Ebola outbreak.
Local Runners Look To Settle Unfinished Business at Boston MarathonThe first Boston Marathon since the bombings will be run Monday. Thirty-six thousand runners are set to compete -- 9,000 more than last year.
NYC Marathon Returns As Organizers Wish To Recapture InnocenceThis NYC Marathon will look different in some ways: more barricades, bag screenings, bomb-sniffing dogs. Runners who returned after signing up for last year will wear special orange wristbands. The whole field will sport yellow and blue ribbons for the Boston victims.
Staten Island Half-Marathon Helps Raise Money For Superstorm Sandy RecoveryAbout 9,000 runners were pounding the pavement in Staten Island on Sunday.
New Name, Premier Partner Coming For New York City MarathonStarting in 2014, the New York City Marathon will be getting a new sponsor and a new name.
Officials: Boston Marathon Bombings Suspect Says He And Brother Acted AloneIf convicted, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev could face the death penalty or life in prison.
NYPD Boosts Security For Weekend Races Due To Boston Copycat Attack FearsBefore the Boston bombings police were treating this Sunday's road races in Central Park and to the 9/11 Memorial as just two more events in the Big Apple. All they were planning to add were some extra traffic cops. But not now.
Runners Take Part In NYC Half Marathon The 13.1-mile race through Manhattan began in Central Park at 7:30 a.m.
NYC Marathon Runners Can Receive Refund Of Entry Fee After Race Was CanceledNew York City Marathon runners can receive a refund of their entry fee after this year's race was canceled because of Superstorm Sandy.
Liguori: By Helping Sandy Victims, Would-Be Marathoners Turned Negative Into A PositiveFor the NYRR’s sake, I hope the attention will not be on how long it took the city to cancel the race, but on the thousands of runners who ended up on Staten Island, who brought food, clothes and suitcases full of goods to those who needed it.
Decision To Run NYC Marathon After Sandy Stirs DebateInspiring or inappropriate? New Yorkers and runners from around the world debated whether a marathon should be run with disaster for a backdrop.