Paralyzed below the waist in a cycling accident in 2013, Dennis McGorty, 45, credits wife Anita and kids Declan and Lorelei, as his inspirations to run this year’s New York City Marathon.
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The New York City Marathon is one of the richest races in the world and has a commitment to putting on a newsworthy and exciting race. The 2015 edition will be continue that tradition – bringing together many of the best marathon runners in the world.
The marathoner and mom of two had planned on running the New York City Marathon in 2012 before it was canceled. Like many, she ran it this year instead, “putting it all behind me, as a sign of resilience,” she told Runner’s World.
45 Reasons Why We Love the New York City Marathon Mary Pilon / October 15, 2015 Runners pass under the Queensboro Bridge on First Avenue near mile 16 in the third New York …
Mary Keitany and Stanley Biwott, both of Kenya, outrun the competition in the New York City Marathon. It’s the second consecutive win for Keitany.
Oct 14, 2015 · Join Tailwind Endurance and Finish Line Physical Therapy as they welcome a panel of experts (Jonathan Cane, Kelly Roberts, Mike Cassidy) to discuss the ins, outs and secrets to success at the TCS New York City Marathon. 7 pm at Finish Line Physical Therapy (119 W. 23rd St. #304; punch in 2711 to access the building).
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Sin City better put its running shoes on. The Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series kicks off from Las Vegas, Nevada, on Saturday with four races set to be run over the proceeding four days.
The first New York City Marathon was first organized way back in 1970 and was held entirely within Central Park. Of 127 entrants, only 55 men completed the course.
Just 200 yards from the finish line of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Savannah Half Marathon on Saturday, 49-year-old Robert McCoy tripped and fell onto the hard asphalt, face-first.
Oct 29, 2015 · Alex Trautwig via Getty Images A participant reacts after crossing the finish line in Central Park during the 2014 TCS New York City Marathon.