NYC Marathon: A guide to the ING New York City Marathon 2013
Find out where to watch the NYC marathon, and explore the neighborhoods near the 2013 race.
Tue Nov 5 2013
Photograph: Courtesy New York Road Runners
Each year, thousands of runners take to the streets for the ING NYC Marathon, which travels across all five New York City boroughs. Check out our guide to the New York City marathon, including the best places to watch the race and things to do in nearby neighborhoods once the NYC marathon is finished.
NYC Marathon 2013 news
NYC Marathon 2013 information
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More than 40,000 marathoners hotfoot it (or puff, pant and stagger) through all five boroughs over a 26.2-mile course. Stake out a lively spot—we recommend along Fourth Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn; First Avenue between 60th and 96th Streets in Manhattan; or Central Park South near the finish line—to cheer on the passing throngs. Visit ingnycmarathon.org for more details.
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