New York City Marathon 2014 – US


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The first New York City Marathon, organized in 1970 by Fred Lebow and Vince Chiappetta, was held entirely in Central Park. Of 127 entrants, only 55 men finished; the sole female entrant dropped out due to illness. Winners were given inexpensive wristwatches and recycled baseball and bowling trophies. The entry fee was $1 and the total event budget was $1,000. - See more at: http://www.tcsnycmarathon.org/about-the-race/marathon-facts/history-of-the-new-york-city-marathon#sthash.NyDOeuLV.dpuf
The first New York City Marathon, organized in 1970 by Fred Lebow and Vince Chiappetta, was held entirely in Central Park. Of 127 entrants, only 55 men finished; the sole female entrant dropped out due to illness. Winners were given inexpensive wristwatches and recycled baseball and bowling trophies. The entry fee was $1 and the total event budget was $1,000. - See more at: http://www.tcsnycmarathon.org/about-the-race/marathon-facts/history-of-the-new-york-city-marathon#sthash.NyDOeuLV.dpuf
-->The first New York City Marathon, organized in 1970 by Fred Lebow and Vince Chiappetta, was held entirely in Central Park. Of 127 entrants, only 55 men finished; the sole female entrant dropped out due to illness. Winners were given inexpensive wristwatches and recycled baseball and bowling trophies. The entry fee was $1 and the total event budget was $1,000.
The 2013 ING New York City Marathon returned the event to its place as New York City’s best day. A record 50,000+ runners finished the race, the most in any marathon ever. In 2014 numbers are expected to increase once again.

Where
New York, US

When
Sunday, November 2, 2014

More information
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