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The NYC Marathon is the Biggest Competitive Run in the World

About 1 year(s) ago by MediaConnect
The NYC Marathon is the Biggest Competitive Run in the World

Join or Cheer Along 50,000+ NYC Marathon Runners



TCS New York City Marathon



November 1st



Where to Watch:

  • Queensboro Bridge (First Ave & 59th St)
  • 4th Avenue, Brooklyn


The running event of the year is almost here, as world-class athletes from across the globe lace-up to race across 26.2 miles of scenic streets in the greatest city in the world. Not only the largest competitive run on the planet, the 45th annual NYC Marathon is also one of the most scenic. Spanning all five boroughs – from the Verrazano Bridge in Staten Island, through Brooklyn to Queens, Manhattan, The Bronx, and back to the heart of Gotham for the finish line in Central Park – the iconic run is a tour of Gotham all its own. Whether you’re one of 50,000 runners participating, or 2 million spectators cheering from the sidelines, it promises to be an event you’ll never forget.


Rest-Up in the Stylish Heart of Manhattan

The neo-vintage style and comfort of NOMO SOHO stands just steps from subways to the Staten Island Ferry and starting line shuttle (R train to Whitehall St), as well as the best places to watch the race in the city (Q train to Lexington & 59th St). What’s more is such convenience sits a peaceful distance from the race itself, allowing the freedom of getting around Lower Manhattan without the concern of road closures. That and where else would you rather rest up before or after the marathon than the sumptuous comfort of our Premier Rooms and Balcony Suites?

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