Find a date in NYC: Date these single New York athletes

We scoured sports teams and athletic clubs to bring you single, active New Yorkers who are looking for a date in NYC. Ask them out over e-mail.

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Watching the Olympic Games has really reminded us how attractive athletes are: They’re fit, dedicated and real team players. They also tend to have nice arms. So we went out and found you some eligible sporting types, available for a date in NYC.


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  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Bryan, 35; ING New York City Marathon senior project manager; Williamsburg, Brooklyn

    Member of New York Road Runners

    Seeking: Women

    If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a gold medalist in: “Ultra trail-running and making Bloody Marys.”

    Want to ask him out? E-mail bryan1@tonypersonals.com

  • Photograph: Kayla Rice

    Ana Mari, 38; general manager of the Wild Project Theatre; Jackson Heights, Queens

    Player in the New York Gay Football League and Big Apple Softball League

    Seeking: Women

    If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a gold medalist in: “Synchronized DVR-ing.”

    Want to ask her out? E-mail anamari@tonypersonals.com

  • Photograph: Jessica Lin

    Bob, 58; physical therapist; Inwood

    Member of Team New York Aquatics

    Seeking: Men

    If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a gold medalist in: “I swim and bike for fun, but if there was a gold medal in empathy, that’s the one I would want to have. I try to put myself in the shoes of my patients, who are mostly elderly, and figure out what their lives are like. I think some of this carries over into relationships. No two people are a perfect match, and you have to put yourself in the other person’s shoes to figure out how they see things. A friend of mine puts it this way: Being single is hard, but being in a relationship is a different kind of hard.”

    Want to ask him out? E-mail bob@tonypersonals.com

  • Photograph: Anna Simonak

    Daphne, 36; editor; Upper East Side

    Employee of New York Road Runners

    Seeking: Men

    If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a gold medalist in: “Traveling light! I can get everything I need for a two-week trip into one carry-on bag—editors are good like that.”

    Want to ask her out? E-mail daphne@tonypersonals.com

  • Photograph: Kayla Rice

    David, 40; college adviser; West Village

    Player in Big Apple Softball League

    Seeking: Men

    If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a gold medalist in: “Memory. My mind is like a steel trap, and I don’t forget a name, an actor’s bio, or an historical date. Just don’t tell me anything you don’t want to be reminded of later.”

    Want to ask him out? E-mail david3@tonypersonals.com

  • Photograph: Kayla Rice

    Elvira, 27; associate marketing director; Chelsea

    Player with the New York City Field Hockey Club

    Seeking: Men

    If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a gold medalist in: “If there was a medal for kicking ass on the hockey pitch and still having enough stamina to drink my teammates under the table whilst embarrassing them with the odd practical joke, I would be a five-time Olympic champ!”

    Want to ask her out? E-mail elvira@tonypersonals.com

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Devin, 32; academic technology specialist; Clinton Hill, Brooklyn

    Player with Big Apple Softball League

    Seeking: Men

    If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a gold medalist in: “Beer pong, for sure. I could really dedicate myself to that training schedule.”

    Want to ask him out? E-mail devin@tonypersonals.com

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Erin, 32; vice president and sales manager; Upper East Side

    Player with the New York City Field Hockey Club

    Seeking: Men

    If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a gold medalist in: “Flip cup. It’s one of my favorite drinking games, and I have the stats to prove it! I played on a touch-football team appropriately named ‘One Flip’ for our impressive skills on and off the field.”

    Want to ask her out? E-mail erin1@tonypersonals.com

  • Photograph: Kayla Rice

    Justin, 40; professor and student health administrator; Upper West Side

    Player with the New York Gay Football League

    Seeking: Men

    If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a gold medalist in: “Making sarcastic comebacks with a straight face.”

    Want to ask him out? E-mail justin1@tonypersonals.com

  • Photograph: Kayla Rice

    Esther, 35; school psychologist; Washington Heights (“Uptown, baby!”)

    Player with the Greenwich Field Hockey Club

    Seeking: Men

    If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a gold medalist in: “Orienteering. I’m like a ninja with a map, the Sun or a compass!”

    Want to ask her out? E-mail esther1@tonypersonals.com


  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Joe, 42; associate director of project management; New Brunswick, NJ

    Player with NYC Gay Basketball League

    Seeking: Men

    If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a gold medalist in: “Cracking sarcastic jokes!”

    Want to ask him out? E-mail joe2@tonypersonals.com

  • Photograph: Jonathan Aprea

    Rick, 49; pediatric emergency nurse; Chelsea

    Player in Big Apple Softball League and Gotham Volleyball

    Seeking: Men

    If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a gold medalist in: “Voguing!”

    Want to ask him out? E-mail rick@tonypersonals.com

  • Photograph: Jessica Lin

    Marloes, 31; global client specialist; Gramercy/Flatiron

    Player with the New York City Field Hockey Club

    Seeking: Men

    If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a Gold Medalist in: “Since there are numerous strategies in this game, it’s a team sport, and it requires a high level of speed and endurance—I choose flip cup. If it was an official Olympic sport, I would be a star!”

    Want to ask her out? E-mail marloes@tonypersonals.com

Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

Bryan, 35; ING New York City Marathon senior project manager; Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Member of New York Road Runners

Seeking: Women

If anything could be an Olympic sport, I would be a gold medalist in: “Ultra trail-running and making Bloody Marys.”

Want to ask him out? E-mail bryan1@tonypersonals.com

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