As the New York City Marathon approaches thousands of runners are getting into major training mode.
More than 3,000 athletes took to water and land Sunday morning for the Aquaphor New York City Triathlon.
After months of training, Sunday is race day for more than 3,000 people participating in the Aquaphor New York City Triathlon.
Lelisa Desisa returned his winner’s medal to Mayor Thomas Menino to honor the city and those killed and injured in the bombings.
If you’ve ever wanted to run under the Hudson River then this Sunday morning is for you.
Five years after being beaten into a coma, a Brooklyn man is regaining his health and inspiring others.
Oscar Pistorius’ agent has canceled all future track races so the double-amputee Olympian can focus on the murder charge against him, underscoring the possibility the disabled sports icon might never again run competitively on his famous carbon fiber blades.
Derek Jeter ran Monday for the first time since breaking his left ankle in October, another step toward being in the Yankees’ lineup on opening day.
The snowfall was creating some slick spots across the Tri-State and with temperatures in teens, wet spots could turn icy, according to AccuWeather.
Officials at the New York City Parks Department say that they may have found a solution to the ongoing battle between bikers and joggers in Central Park – a new traffic pattern.
A new trend is emerging for runners, and apparently “less is more.” Runners are hitting the streets without an important piece of gear, their shoes.
World-record holder and Olympic champion Usain Bolt has been in a car crash in Jamaica, but his publicist says he was not injured.
Edna Kiplagat of Kenya has won the New York Mini 10K race in Central Park.
Whether you’re looking to explore a new part of New York City, find a way to spice up your exercise routine or just enjoy a change of scenery – running is a habit that will serve you well, and NYC is a great place to do it.
Instead of lacing skates, a Rangers great will be lacing up his sneakers on Sunday.