On November 7, the 2021 New York City Marathon will start at Fort Wadsworth on Staten Island and will journey to Central Park.
The 2019 NYC Marathon will take place on November 3rd, with competitors of all types coming from around world, hoping to complete the 26.2 mile course through the five boroughs of New York City. We consulted with former NYC Marathon runners to put together this unconventional guide.
The start of the NYC Marathon over the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Photo by MTA/Patrick Cashin from Wikimedia The TCS New York
Although there's no spectator viewing at the start of the TSC NYC marathon on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, there are plenty of prime viewing spots across NYC.
The Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, as one of NYC's most beautiful and important bridges, has many interesting secrets and history
The previous incarnations of the NYC marathons, beginning in the 1900s with marathons sponsored by NYC newspapers and running organizations to the TCS Marathon
Runners of the 26.2-mile tour through the five boroughs can thank founding organizers George Spitz and Fred Lebow, who were responsible for the current route.