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Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon will be here faster than you know it! Your time is valuable, so save some of it by registering online. You'll receive an email confirmation within 24 hours.

Entry Requirements

  • Sorry, registration over the phone or by fax will NOT be accepted.
  • Only one participant per application.
  • Application may be photocopied.
  • Waiver MUST be signed in order to process application.
  • All participant MUST finish within three and half hours.
  • A fee of $25 will be charged for all returned checks.

Young Athletes:

Parent or guardian of all participants under the age of 14 will be required to sign an additional waiver at packet pick-up.

Notes / Disclaimer

Please Note:

Entry is NON-TRANSFERABLE, NON-REFUNDABLE, and NON-DEFFERABLE.

ALL TIMES AND LOCATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

Disclaimer:

Race management reserves the right to postpone or cancel the event due to events out of management's control such as a natural disaster or other emergencies. No refunds will be issued under these circumstances. Management may also alter the course and distances for the safety of athletes.

Athletes With Disabilities

There will be No Handcycle Division. Due to safety issues on the course, and in accordance with the Paralympic Committee rules, NO handcycle (handbikes, handcrank devices or other mechanically gear driven devices) will be permitted in the race.

Racing Wheelchair Division Rules defined as follows:

  • Racing wheelchairs shall be defined as a customized performance chair.
  • International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletics Rules will be enforced.
  • Further the race will abide by the rules and policies of the recognized governing bodies of the sports of wheelchair racing, which do not allow the use of mechanical gears found on handbikes. For additional information contact Wheelchair Sports USA, www.wusa.org and the International Paralympic Committee, www.paralympic.org.
  • Everyday Wheelchairs defined as follows:

    1. Everyday wheelchairs should be defined as stock manual wheelchairs.
    2. The wheelchair shall have at least four functional wheels.
    3. The overall length of the chair from outside casters/wheels to outside of rear wheel shall not exceed 100 cm.
    4. The rear wheel shall not exceed 70 cm. in diameter.
    5. The front casters/wheels shall not exceed 8 inches/17.6 cm. in diameter.
    6. The rear seat height must be greater than 30 cm. (13.6 inches). Persons of small stature may be exempt.
    7. Only one plain round hand rim is allowed for each rear wheel. This rule may be waived for persons having a single arm drive.
    8. No mechanical gears or levers shall be allowed.
    9. The chair should be manually propelled.
    10. All chairs are subject to a rules and safety inspection.
    11. Runners and walkers in all races will have the right of way. Wheelchair racers shall yield to runners or walkers.
    12. It will be the athlete's responsibility to meet the above rules.

    13.1 Race Details

    Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Course Details

    March 21, 2015
    Runner Start: 9:00 AM
    Start Location: Flushing Meadows Corona Park near Arthur Ashe Stadium
    Course Map: Click Here to View our Course!

    Course Description

    Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1 Marathon® will be run within historic Flushing Meadows Corona Park, home of the 1939 and 1964 World's Fair. The course is WALKER FRIENDLY. The course and finish line will be open for 3 hours and 30 minutes (16 minute/mile pace).

    Start:  On Meridian Road behind the Luis Armstrong Stadium.

    Course:  Participants will go west on Meridian Road and run the entire loop. Once the participants go past the start line, they will continue to head west, make a left turn, and follow the ramp that will take them to the North Bridge.

    They will cross the North Bridge, make a right turn, go around the traffic circle by the Hall of Science, and head south towards the zoo. The participants will run past the zoo, and make a left turn over the South Bridge. Once they cross the bridge they will make a right turn, and follow the overpass to Meadow Lake.

    The participants will exit the overpass, make a right turn, follow the roadway around the lake, return back to the overpass, and cross over into Flushing Meadows Park. As they exit the overpass the participants will make a right turn, follow the path that goes through the interior of the park, behind the ice rink, past the Arthur Ashe Stadium, and head over the North Bridge.

    They will cross the North Bridge, make a right turn, go around the traffic circle by the Hall of Science, and head south towards the zoo. The participants will run past the zoo, and make a left turn over the South Bridge. Once they cross the bridge they will make a right turn, and follow the overpass to Meadow Lake.

    The participants will exit the overpass, make a right turn, follow the roadway around the lake, return back to the overpass, and cross over into Flushing Meadows Park. As they exit the overpass the participants will make a right turn, follow the path that goes through the interior of the park, behind the ice rink, and a left turn which will take them to the finish by the Fountain of Stars.

     Finish: on the path by the Fountain of the Stars.

    Average Temperature

    Average low of 40; Average high of 60

    Mile Markers & Split Times

    Each mile marker will have a large clock displaying the "gun time" of the event.

    Event Alert System

    An Event Alert System will be displayed at each mile marker indicating the status of the race based on the current course and weather conditions:

    ALERT LEVEL EVENT CONDITIONS RECOMMENDED ACTIONS
    EXTREME EVENT CANCELLED/EXTREME AND DANGEROUS CONDITIONS PARTICIPATION STOPPED/FOLLOW EVENT OFFICIAL INSTRUCTIONS
    HIGH POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS CONDITIONS SLOW DOWN/OBSERVE COURSE CHANGES/FOLLOW OFFICIAL INSTRUCTIONS/CONSIDER STOPPING
    MODERATE LESS THAN IDEAL CONDITIONS SLOW DOWN/BE PREPARED FOR WORSENING CONDITIONS
    LOW GOOD CONDITIONS ENJOY THE EVENT/BE ALERT
    • Heat - runners/walkers should slow down and drink plenty of water.
    • Lighting/Hail/Tornado - runners/walkers should take cover at the closest shelter until the course is reopened.
    Timing of the event has stopped and no awards will be given out at this time. Medical remains in place on course.

    Black – "Cancelled" - Extreme dangerous conditions; Event cancelled, participation stopped – runners/walkers should stop, seek shelter and follow instructions from race staff, volunteers, and public safety officials.

    Aid Stations

    There will be water and sports drink at all stations along the course and at the start/finish. All Aid Stations on the course will have personnel and portable toilets located nearby.

    Restroom Facilities

    Portable toilets will be added in locations throughout the course. The portable toilets will be
    located near each aid station.

    Course Closings

    For your safety and for the timely reopen of the streets to vehicular traffic, you must reach key locations by specified times or you will be required to take transportation provided.

    • Partial lane closures will be utilized. Please stay inside the cones and obey all public safety officers and course marshals.
    • PLEASE DO NOT START EARLY! Traffic and safety rules prohibit early starts. Early starters will be eliminated from the Official Results

    SAG Wagon (support) and Back of the Pack Crew

    The Back of the Pack Crew and SAG Wagon will signify the end of the field and the maximum 16-minutes per mile pace. They will not start timing until the last person crosses the start line and will be with you throughout the race. If you cannot keep pace, the Crew will help you as you board the SAG Wagon. If you cannot maintain an 16-minute per mile pace, you will be required to board the support buses.

    Packet Pick-Up

    Thursday, March 19 – 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
    City Sports - Rockefeller Center
    64 W 48th Street
    New York, NY 10036

    Friday, March 20 – 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
    City Sports - Rockefeller Center
    64 W 48th Street
    New York, NY 10036

    Saturday, March 21 (race day!) – 6:45 a.m. - 8:15 a.m.
    Flushing Meadows Corona Park (race site)
    Grand Central Pkwy., Whitestone Exwy. bet. 111 St. and College Point Blvd., Park Drive E.
    Queens, NY

     

    All packet pickup attendees will receive 20% off entire purchase during pickup at City Sports.

    *Discount excludes all sale, clearance and electronic items.

    Spectator Info

    There are plenty of opportunities to catch a glimpse of your favorite athletes as the course winds through the park. We suggest a spots near the finish line so that you can meet up after and enjoy the post race party: near the Unisphere, Meadow Lake bridge, or the Fountain of the Planets!

    Medical Info

    Medical support during the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series will be provided by health care professionals. Medical assistance will be available at each water station along the route providing medical assistance as needed. A fully-equipped medical facility will be located near the finish line.

    Participants requiring medical assistance may be transported to one of the nearby hospitals, and will be billed by the hospital and ambulance provider. Participants must give on-scene medical personnel the freedom to determine which facility will be utilized.

    IMPORTANT: Each participant must complete the medical information form on the back of your bib number. Please take time to fill out your medical information and provide emergency contact information. This will make your important health care information available to heath care professionals in the event you are unable to communicate with them.

    Volunteers

    Our road races are made for the people and run by the people. We take pride in working with some of the greatest individual and volunteer groups in the world. If you are interested in supporting thousands of runners and walkers at Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series, send us an email with your name, phone number and what you might be interested in helping with. Here are some of the things we could use help with: water stations (groups of 10 or more), start line support, finish line support, course marshals, registration and packet pick-up support, logistics and set-up (these are the people who get to lift and move things and work at night!)

    If you are interested in volunteering for this event or any others, please email us at .

    Entertainment

    Course Entertainment:

    Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series will have entertainment stations along the course. This includes: Bands, Performances, Cheer Squads, Community Group Aid Stations and Dj's pumping tunes that will keep you movin' all through out the fun-filled 13.1 mile course.

    Benefits:

    There are many highlights to performing for Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series. Group name and booking information listed on the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series web site. Group signage may also be displayed at your performance location as long as it does not interfere with the race. (Signage may only be 3'x6').

    Time: Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series begins at 9:00 AM, which means your group must be at their assigned location by 9 AM. Everyone will finish by 12 PM, with some groups ending earlier, depending on your location on the course.

    Where: Along the 13.1 mile half marathon course. Performance locations will be confirmed.

    Equipment: All groups will be responsible for supplying their own equipment. Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series will provide access to electricity, either from a business or a generator.

    Email: run@131newyork.com

    Race Results brought to you by Michelob ULTRA
    Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Results

    USRS 5K Results | Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Results

    Race Photos - MarathonFoto will photograph you multiple times throughout the race course as well as before and after the race. Smile when you see our photographers and make sure your bib number is clearly centered and visible so we will be able to identify you. View and order your photos which will be posted the week after the race at MarathonFoto.com!

    Results Delivery System

    Results delivery directly to your smart phone: Every 13.1® athlete will notice a QR code printed directly onto their race bib. Race results will be updated regularly online throughout the day. Simply scan your QR code with your smart phone and you will be taken directly to your personalized results page! Does it get any easier?

    All HALF MARATHON and 5K finishers will receive a medal upon crossing the finish line.

    Awards & Medals

    All participants that complete the half marathon and 5K race at the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon will receive a unique finisher's medal.

    All age group award medals will be distributed from the Results tent at the finish line on race day - so don't forget to stop by, get your official finishing time and check if you won an award!

    Custom designed award medals will be awarded 3 deep in each of the below age group for both males and females.

    Age Group Breakdown

    14 & under      30-34     50-54     70-74        
    15-19     35-39     55-59     75+
    20-24 40-44 60-54
    25-29 45-49 65-69

    Please note that all age group awards are based on chip time, NOT gun time. However, Open winners and course records will be determined according to gun time.  

    Spectator Info

    There are plenty of opportunities to catch a glimpse of your favorite athletes as the course winds through the park. We suggest a spots near the finish line so that you can meet up after and enjoy the post race party: near the Unisphere, Meadow Lake bridge, or the Fountain of the Planets!

    Medical Info

    Medical support during the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series will be provided by health care professionals. Medical assistance will be available at each water station along the route providing medical assistance as needed. A fully-equipped medical facility will be located near the finish line.

    Participants requiring medical assistance may be transported to one of the nearby hospitals, and will be billed by the hospital and ambulance provider. Participants must give on-scene medical personnel the freedom to determine which facility will be utilized.

    IMPORTANT: Each participant must complete the medical information form on the back of your bib number. Please take time to fill out your medical information and provide emergency contact information. This will make your important health care information available to heath care professionals in the event you are unable to communicate with them.

    Volunteers

    Our road races are made for the people and run by the people. We take pride in working with some of the greatest individual and volunteer groups in the world. If you are interested in supporting thousands of runners and walkers at Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series, send us an email with your name, phone number and what you might be interested in helping with. Here are some of the things we could use help with: water stations (groups of 10 or more), start line support, finish line support, course marshals, registration and packet pick-up support, logistics and set-up (these are the people who get to lift and move things and work at night!)

    If you are interested in volunteering for this event or any others, please email us at .

    Entertainment

    Course Entertainment:

    Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series will have entertainment stations along the course. This includes: Bands, Performances, Cheer Squads, Community Group Aid Stations and Dj's pumping tunes that will keep you movin' all through out the fun-filled 13.1 mile course.

    Benefits:

    There are many highlights to performing for Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series. Group name and booking information listed on the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series web site. Group signage may also be displayed at your performance location as long as it does not interfere with the race. (Signage may only be 3'x6').

    Time: Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series begins at 9:00 AM, which means your group must be at their assigned location by 9 AM. Everyone will finish by 12 PM, with some groups ending earlier, depending on your location on the course.

    Where: Along the 13.1 mile half marathon course. Performance locations will be confirmed.

    Equipment: All groups will be responsible for supplying their own equipment. Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon Series will provide access to electricity, either from a business or a generator.

    Email: run@131newyork.com

    Local Groups

    LOCAL GROUPS

    Local training groups are organizing for the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon! Join the fun through any of our partners - local running stores, clubs and social or charity training groups.

    Local Runs

    LOCAL RUNS

    Pear Sports - Official Training Program

    As the official training program of the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1 Marathon®, Pear Sports is offering 20% off the Pear Square OneTM and any Pear Training Plan. *Must enter code USRSTWENTY at checkout to receive the 20% off.

    Unlike any other heart rate monitor or training device, Pear Training IntelligenceTM will guide you step by step throughout your workout, not only telling you when to speed up or slow down, but also providing useful tips, helping improve your form, explaining the purpose and benefits of the workout, and motivating you.

    Pear offers hundreds of workouts, including half and full marathon training plans, 5K & 10K plans, workouts to help with weight loss, and many more. Pear also offers custom training plans, designed by Matt Fitzgerald, tailored specifically to your goal, time frame, and fitness level.

    Click here to get started!

    PACE TEAMS

    Pace Leaders will be provided by Paragon Sports.  Experienced runners will lead groups to achieve traget finish times of:

    GOAL FINISH TIME:

    1:30 - 6:52/mile

    1:35 - 7:15/mile

    1:40 - 7:38/mile

    1:45 - 8:01/mile

    1:50 (2 pacers) - 8:24/mile

    1:55 - 8:47/mile

    2:00 (2 pacers) - 9:10/mile

    2:15 - 10:18/mile

    2:30 - 11:27/mile

    2:45 - 12:36/mile

    USRS 5K

    USRS 5K Course Details

    USRS 5K
    Runner Start: 8:30 AM
    Start Location: Flushing Meadows Corona Park

    Course Description

    The USRS 5K race at the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon will start and finish in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.

    The USRS 5K race is WALKER FRIENDLY. The course and finish line will be open for 3 hours and 30 minutes (16 minute/mile pace) for the 13.1® runners and should not affect USRS 5K runners.

    Average Temperature

    Average low of 40; Average high of 60

    Mile Markers & Split Times

    Each mile marker will have a large clock displaying the "gun time" of the event.

    Event Alert System

    An Event Alert System will be displayed at each mile marker indicating the status of the race based on the current course and weather conditions:

    Green – "Normal" - Good conditions; runners/walkers should be alert and enjoy the race.

    Yellow – "Caution" - Less than ideal conditions; runners/walkers should slow down and drink plenty of water.

    Red – "Dangerous" - Potentially dangerous conditions;

    • Heat - runners/walkers should slow down and drink plenty of water.
    • Lighting/Hail/Tornado - runners/walkers should take cover at the closest shelter until the course is reopened.

    Timing of the event has stopped and no awards will be given out at this time. Medical remains in place on course.

    Black – "Cancelled" - Extreme dangerous conditions; Event cancelled, participation stopped – runners/walkers should stop, seek shelter and follow instructions from race staff, volunteers, and public safety officials.

    Aid Stations

    There will be water and sports drink at all stations along the course and at the start/finish. All Aid Stations on the course will have personnel and portable toilets located nearby. 

    Restroom Facilities

    Portable toilets will be added in locations throughout the course.  The portable toilets will be located near each aid station.

    Course Closings

    For your safety and for the timely reopen of the streets to vehicular traffic, you must reach key locations by specified times or you will be required to take transportation provided.

    • Partial lane closures will be utilized. Please stay inside the cones and obey all public safety officers and course marshals.
    • PLEASE DO NOT START EARLY! Traffic and safety rules prohibit early starts. Early starters will be eliminated from the Official Results

    Partners

    Our Sponsors and Supporters


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    Official Benefiting Charity

    Team World Vision is the Official Benefiting Charity of the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1 Marathon®

    1. Join Team World Vision - Click Here

    2. Run the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1 Marathon®

    3. Change Lives in Africa

     

    It's that simple. When you join Team World Vision you will raise funds and awareness for children and communities in Africa. Funds raised thru the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1 Marathon® will go towards clean water projects that are changing people's lives in Kenya and Malawi. You will receive information about the project you are helping to fund, and inspirational stories from the communities being impacted as you train.

    Race Weekend will be awesome! you can join your team mates for an incredible Pre-Race Team Dinner, Pep Rally on race morning, and Post-Race Celebration Cookout. Join hundreds of others running the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1 Marathon® with Team World Vision, and make your experiences so much more meaningful.

    Click here to find out more about Team World Vision like...

    1. Why we don't have a fundraising minimum

    2. Why we are excited to partner with the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1 Marathon®

    3. How to get the coolest running jersey ever made

    4. And why you should join our team today!

    For Charity opportunities, please contact Sal Sandate: ssandate@usroadsports.com

    Travel

    Discounted Headquarters Hotels

    Our select Headquarters Hotels offer special discounted rates, convenient access to the start line and all the "runner friendly" amenities you need to have a successful race weekend. Reserve your room now while discounts are still available! National Travel Systems is proud to serve as The Official Travel Partner of the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1 Marathon®. Our goal is to enhance the overall experience for you, the participant, by offering a variety of hotel options to choose from in order to best meet your personal needs. If you have any questions please contact National Travel Systems Sports at sportsinfo@nationaltravelsystems.com

    2015 hotels coming soon!

    Parking


    Free parking is available at the NY Mets South Field lot, which is located at Roosevelt Avenue across from Citi Field. This parking lot is a short walk from the start line, and is the only location available to park your car. Please do not park your car at Citi Field, if you do your vechile will be towed from this location. The lot opens at 7:00 AM and is available for our participants until 1:00 PM.

    Walking directions to start and finish from parking/subway - click here.

    Public Transportation / Walking


    Athletes are encouraged to use public transportation to get to and from the race site. You will take the number 7 train to Mets-Willets Point station. Participants should take the E or F trains to 74th/Broadway and transfer to 7 train. For further information go to the MTA web site www.MTA.info. Exit the train and follow the signs to Flushing Meadows Corona Park. For more information about schedules and a full route map plase click here.

    Walking directions to start and finish from parking/subway - click here.

    FAQ / Contact Us

    REGISTRATION

    Is there a minimum age?

    Yes. Participants must be at least 14 years old to run Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon.

    Is there a limit on the number of participants in the race?

    Yes, there is a race cap for both Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon and USRS 5K. Make sure to sign up early to reserve your spot in the race

    When will registration end?

    Online registration will close when the race is full or on . If registration is still open.

    What is the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon refund and transfer policy?

    We adhere to the standard running industry policy. All entry fees are non-refundable, non-transferable and non-deferrable. We have to plan accommodations well in advance for race participants, and therefore cannot offer refunds. You may not give or sell your race number to another individual. The entry fee for 2014 event WILL NOT transfer to the 2015 event, no exceptions. This policy stays in effect whether you are injured, have unexpected business or family emergencies, etc. No exceptions. Non-transferable.

    Can I register on the day of the event?

    There will be race day registration on race morning up until 45 minutes prior to race start.

    How do I make changes to the online registration form once it have been submitted?

    If you would like to make changes to your registration form once it has been submitted please email us at .

    AWARDS

    Do all runners receive a medal for participating?

    Yes, each finisher in the half marathon and 5K will receive a commemorative finisher medal and will be eligible for age group awards. 5K race finishers will also be eligible for age group awards. Following the race there will be live entertainment and an awards ceremony. All participants and spectators are invited to attend the post-race party.

    PACKET PICK-UP

    Where do I pick up my packet?

    Click here for more info about Packet Pick Up

    What do I need to pick up my packet?

    You must show a picture ID to pick up your race packet.

    Can someone else pick up my packet?

    Yes. Runners may have someone else pick up their packet. You must have a copy of the participants email confirmation and a photocopy of their photo ID.

    Can my friends come to the race?

    Yes, all friends and family are welcome to come cheer on the runners.

    HOTEL, TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION

    Where can I find information about hotels and pricing?

    Click here to check out our travel information page.

    What is the best way to get to the start?

    Athletes are encouraged to use public transportation to get to and from the race site. You will take the number 7 train to Mets-Willets Point station. Due to planned construction work the number 7 train will not run between Times Square and Queensboro Plaza. Take N or Q trains from Times Square to Queensboro Plaza and transfer to the number 7 train. You can also take the F train at 34th Street and Herald Square, and transfer to the 7 train at the Jackson Heights Roosevelt Avenue subway station. For further information go to the MTA web site www.MTA.info Exit the train and follow the signs to Flushing Meadows Corona Park. For more information about schedules and a full route map please CLICK HERE.

    Where can I park?


    Free parking is available at the NY Mets South Field lot, which is located at Roosevelt Avenue across from Citi Field. This parking lot is a short walk from the start line, and is the only location available to park your car. Please do not park your car at Citi Field, if you do your vechile will be towed from this location. The lot opens at 7:00 AM and is available for our participants until 1:00 PM.

    Walking directions to start and finish from parking/subway - click here.

    THE RACE

    How much and how often do I need to train?

    Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon has teamed up with ActiveTrainer coaches to create a half marathon training program that contains a balance of aerobic, anaerobic, and cross training workouts. This training program is built to get people of all levels across the finish line. From the first timer to the seasoned veteran, you will find the right training program for you. Good luck with your training and we will see you at the finish line! For more information, click on Training under Race Info.

    When does the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon start?

    The race will start at 8:30 AM for USRS 5K, 9:00 AM for half marathon.

    Where does the races the Start and Finish?

    The start is located in Flushing Meadows Corona Park near Arthur Ashe Stadium and finishes at Flushing Meadows Corona Park near the Unisphere.

    How many miles are the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon?

    The Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon is 13.1 miles.

    Can I run with IPods, mp3 players, strollers, dogs or headphones?

    NO. In consideration for safety of all participants, there will be NO coaches, skateboards, baby joggers, bikes, animals or in-line skates allowed on the course.

    Use of headphones during Life Time Athletic Events events is strongly discouraged for safety reasons. If one is intent on wearing headphones, please keep the volume low and consider wearing only one earpiece so you can hear important communications from race staff, public safety officials, and other participants

    How long is the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon course open for?

    The Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon is opened for 3.5 hours.

    Will I be able to finish the race on the sidewalk?

    Runners are expected to maintain a pace that will allow them to finish the course in 3.5 hours. After that runners will be able to finish the race on the sidewalk. Runners will be treated like pedestrians, and must obey all traffic laws.

    Can I walk?

    Yes. Participants may walk but they must be able to complete the race by . Walkers must start behind the runners at the starting line. There is NO early start.

    Do I have to join a charity group to participate?

    No. You do not have to join a charity group to participate in the Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon.

    What time will the roads/lanes be closed?

    Road and lane closures will be posted. Check the Race Info page for the street list with times.

    Is the course closed to traffic?

    The race shares the road with traffic. The runners will be in a coned lane that separated the runners from traffic. There will be Police Officers placed at each traffic intersection to control traffic.

    How many Hydration Station will you have?

    There will be 11 Hydration Stations along the course, with plenty of water and sports drink.

    Will there be food at the finish line?

    Yes, there will be a variety of food options available at the finish line festival. All race participants will have access to the food tent. Spectators will not be allowed access.

    Is the course USA Track and Field Certified?

    Yes. The Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon course is USATF certified.

    RACE CONCERNS

    What do I do if I injure myself on the course?

    There will be medical support along the course at each Aid Station. There will also be ambulances, bike EMS and medical support throughout the course.

    Where can I find race results?

    For Michelob ULTRA New York 13.1® Marathon results click here. For USRS 5K results click here.

    If I have feedback concerning the race, whom should I contact?

    We appreciate feedback. Please send your comments to run@131newyork.com.

    Please use the form below to get in touch with us.

    5080 Spectrum Drive Suite 609 East Addison, TX 75001

    Email: run@131newyork.com