Oct
1
8:30 am08:30

Northwell Health Great South Bay Run

  • Bay Shore Marina Park

This year, RaceAwesome will produce the race with the support of the Town of Islip and the new title sponsor "Northwell Health". The Race features 3 USATF certified run courses including the 13.1 mile Half Marathon, a 10K Run and a perfect 5k Family Fun Run. Each race begins and ends at the Bay Shore Marina Park. Enjoy scenic courses as you run through the historic Bay Shore downtown area while passing beautiful residential homes located in Brigthwaters, Cascades and Canals. Finish with unobstructed views of Fire Island and the Great South Bay!!

Oct
2
9:00 am09:00
5K

Run to the Lighthouse 5K

  • Robert Moses State Park Field 5

This event consists of a variety of conditions to enjoy and challenge you, including scenic andprotected National Parklands to some of the best beaches in Suffolk County. Come run beautiful Robert Moses State Park and the Fire Island National Seashore! 

15K Run to the Port Jeff Brewery
Oct
9
8:30 am08:30

15K Run to the Port Jeff Brewery

  • Port Jeff Brewing Company

This will be a challenging USATF certified 15K course in the Village of Port Jefferson.
"The race you will love to hate followed by the party
that you will just LOVE!"
Not for the fainthearted (with a first mile going up
Port Jefferson's famous East Broadway hill!), but a great
training run to get you ready for the Suffolk Marathon or
Half Marathon three weeks later
Registration will open on or about Monday, July 11th
- look for details via email and act promptly - we will be capping registration at 1200
runners.
Please note - there will be a strictly enforced
2 hour, 15 minute cutoff!

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor's 5K
Oct
15
9:00 am09:00

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor's 5K

THE COURSE
A scenic 3.107 miles through Oyster Bay.

RUNNER’S EDGE LONG ISLAND CHAMPIONS CHALLENGE
Open Only to bona fide residents of either Nassau County or
Suffolk County!
$250 1st OA (Male and Female)
$150 2nd OA (Male and Female)
$100 3rd OA (Male and Female)

AWARDS
Top 3 Male and Female Overall
First place Male & Female Town of Oyster Bay residents
Oldest & youngest Town of Oyster Bay residents
Top three Wheelchair finishers
Top 5 male and female finishers in the following age
categories: 14 and under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, and 85 plus
Top 5 clydesdales 185-199 pounds, 200 pounds plus
Top 5 athena women 140-159 pounds, 160 pounds plus

DIRECTIONS:  Take L.I. Expressway to Exit 41 north; at fork bear right to stay on route 106. Take 106 north into Oyster Bay. Make a right turn onto East Main Street. Just past the Firehouse, make a right turn into the Townsend Square parking lot. Overflow parking is available at Oyster Bay-East Norwich High School, (Please move car after race to avoid $15 parking fee) farther east on Main Street.

RACE ADMINISTRATION BY
• Town of Oyster Bay Department of Parks and Recreation
• The Greater Long Island Running Club
• JMS Racing Services (with the chip built right into your bib number!)
• Results available within 24 hours at glirc.org & pigmantri.com
SHIRTS AND AWARDS PROVIDED BY SOUTH SHORE

Oct
15
10:00 am10:00

Post Office Cafe 25th Race for the MPS

  • Post Office Cafe

For more information, visit thepostoffice.com

Pre-race party at the Post Office Cafe! Come on down on Fri., Oct. 14, 4 to 8pm for the Pre-Race Party! Pick up your t-shirt and number, receive a drink on the house and enjoy a complimentary buffet! T-shirts are available on a first come, first served basis, while supplies last!

Oct
15
11:00 am11:00
5K

Shelter Island 5K Run/Walk

The 5K run starts at Crescent Beach . 

Free Shuttle To/From North Ferry (pre-race 9:00 – 10:15; post-race until 1:00)
Registration & Check-in: 9:00 – 10:30
Direction signs posted on race day from both ferries. 

All funds are dispersed evenly between the North Fork Breast Health Coalition and the Coalition for Women's Cancers at Southampton Hospital. There will be a raffle to benefit Lucia's Angels.

***New timing company elitefeats - Live online/text/email Results & FREE photos/video!***

Fred von der Heydt Memorial Six Hour 60th Birthday Run
Oct
16
8:30 am08:30

Fred von der Heydt Memorial Six Hour 60th Birthday Run

  • Sunken Meadow State Park

Celebrating those born in 1956.

Parking at Field 4. Arrive before 8am to avoid the parking fee.

Run as many or as few loops as you'd like. Scenic 2.1 mile loop with several rolling hills and one bridge crossing primarily on dirt paths. Runners will be switched to a 1/2 mile loop for the last laps to facilitate scoring. 

See race application for additional information 

Oct
23
8:30 am08:30

John Theissen Children's Foundation Freaky 5K

  • 1881 Wantagh Avenue Wantagh, NY, 11793 United States

Fun run at 8:00 am

5K at 8:30am

Cash Prizes and Running Sculptures: Male and Female
overall $300 for first place, $200 for second and $100 for
Third. Top Overall Male and Female Masters $75 each
Course Bonuses: $100 for the Top Male under 16 minutes
and Top Female under 18 minutes

See race application for more information

Oct
28
8:30 pm20:30

Dark Side 10K, 5K Run/Walk, Episode #3

  • Eisenhower Park

DARK STRIDES EPISODES happen at night time. All Athletes MUST WEAR head lamps to compete in DarkStrides.com events

Episode #3 sees athletes pass two sets of twins, around a body of water that boats race in, along a winding path under a dense canopy of trees finishing under the glow of the DarkStrides.com finisher arch at Eisenhower Park

For more info, click here

Oct
29
9:00 am09:00

6th Annual Commack Coalition of Caring 5K Run/Walk

  • Commack High School

5K Run/Walk 9:00 AM at Commack High School

Free Kids' Fun Run at 8:30 AM

The Commack Coalition of Caring is a community coalition that works to raise awareness about the dangers of substance use and abuse and provides programs and educational opportunities for all families in our community and neighboring communities. Red Ribbon Week is a national drug awareness campaign and we are proud to host our event during this very important week!

For more information, call 631-858-3623 or click here

2016 Suffolk County Marathon, Half Marathon and 5K to Support our Veterans
Oct
30
8:00 am08:00

2016 Suffolk County Marathon, Half Marathon and 5K to Support our Veterans

Scenic course through the vibrant downtowns of Suffolk County, finishing in downtown Patchogue. A post-race Taste of Long Island Festival will be held, featuring live music, great food, and local, award-winning wines and craft brews. High quality technical shirts to all entrants.   COMPUTERIZED TIMING by Just Finish Inc. using the RFID Ultra timing system (with the chip built into the bib number). Complete results will be posted online within 24 hours. For more information about the Suffolk County races, click here.

Oct
30
9:30 am09:30

Sleepy Hollow 5K Charity 5K Run/Walk

  • Brady Park

Kid's Fun Run 9:00 AM, $5, All fun run finishers receive a prize

Run 9:30 AM

Walkers 9:35 AM

Commemorative T-shirts to first 500 5K entrants

5K Awards:

CASH AWARDS - To both male and female finishers in the open and master categories: 1st-$100, 2nd-$75, 3rd-$50

$100 BONUS to the overall male or female winner who sets a new course record.

For more information, contact Race Directors Greg Carman, 516-359-3897 or GWCarman@carmanlaw.com and Jen Apostol, 516-606-5210 orApostle13@optonline.net

To learn more about the chairty, visit web site, click

Nov
5
9:00 am09:00

1st Annual Road Race - North Patchogue Fire Department

Starts and ends at the North Patchogue Fire House.

Kids 1 Mile Run - 9:00 AM. For kids 12 years old and under. Participants may run in this race OR the 5K, but not both! *All participants must finish the 1 mile course within 15 minutes.

Course: Course is 3.1 miles, fast and flat. USATF certified.

*All participants must finish the course within 45 minutes. NO WALKERS ALLOWED ON 5K COURSE.

Cash awards to first three finishers ($200, $100, $50). Medals to the first three finishers in each category. Male and Female: 13-19, 20-29, 30-39,40-49,50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80+

For more information, contact Race Directors Gino Cruz 631-839-5658, Dan Doscher 631-831-8329 or Neil Bontempi 631-721-5882

Nov
12
9:30 am09:30

Rockville Centre 10K Run, 5K Run and 1 Mile Family Fun Run

  • Front Street, between N. Village and Centre Avenues Rockville Centre, NY

1 mile Fun Run Start Time:   8:30 AM

5K Run Start Time:               9:30 AM

10K Run Start Time:              9:30 AM

For more information, email: RecCenter@rvcny.us, call 516-678-9238 or visit www.rvcrec.weebly.com

Blue Ribbon Prostate Cancer 5K
Nov
13
9:30 am09:30

Blue Ribbon Prostate Cancer 5K

Your participation will help  fight prostate cancer by raising funds for prostate cancer awareness, education and support. It’s time to focus on men’s health - help us help the men in your life by fighting prostate cancer.

FREE ON-SITE PROSTATE CANCER SCREENINGS FROM 8:00 AM TO 11:00 AM
Free PSA screenings will be available for all men age 40 plus who have not been previously diagnosed with prostate cancer.

THE COURSE
A 5K course winding through the beautiful Syosset-Woodbury Community Park and surrounding neighborhoods.

AWARDS:
Top Male and Female Overall
Top Male and Female Masters
Top 3 male and female fi nishers in the following age categories:
14 and under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, and 85 plus Top 3 Clydesdales 185-199 pounds, 200 pounds plus
Top 3 Athena women 140-159 pounds, 160 pounds plus.

ABOUT INTEGRATED MEDICAL FOUNDATION
(www.imfcares.org)
1 out of 6 American men will have prostate cancer in their lifetime. Regular screenings can lead to early detection of prostate cancer, when the disease is more treatable! Integrated Medical Foundation urges men over 40, or men with a family history of prostate cancer, to talk to their health care provider about prostate cancer.


Integrated Medical Foundation offers free cancer awareness/educational programs/support services and free cancer screenings to the New York community at no charge. Integrated Medical Foundation is committed to improving healthcare through patient education and community, outreach promotes awareness and early detection.

Blazing Trails 4 Mile Run/Walk for Autism
Nov
19
9:00 am09:00

Blazing Trails 4 Mile Run/Walk for Autism

  • Great Neck South High School

SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016 at 9:00 AM

Location: Great Neck South High School

Entry Fees:
Pre-registered (through November 17, 2016)    $25
Pre-registered GLIRC Members             $22
Day of Race                    $30

Race Giveaways:
Every entrant will receive a unique commemorative hooded sweatshirt!

Course:
Four challenging but fair miles on the rolling hills and scenic vistas of the beautiful Great Neck South Campus and nearby areas of picturesque Lake Success.

Packet Pickup:
TBD

Awards:
Top Male and Female Finisher Overall
Top Male and Female Masters (age 40+) finisher
Top three Male and Female finishers in each of the following Age Groups: 12 and under, 13-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80 and over
Top three Clydesdales Men: 185-199 lbs., 200 lbs, plus
Top three Athena Women: 140-159 lbs, 160 lbs. plus
Top three Wheelchair finishers

Directions:
Take Long Island Expressway to Exit 33 (Lakeville Road). Take Lakeville Road South about ¼ mile and make a left turn into Great Neck South Schools campus, bearing left towards the High School.

For More Information about the Run/Walk, call the GLIRC office at 516-349-7646

Nov
20
9:00 am09:00

Brookhaven Trail Half Marathon

  • Brookhaven State Park

This course consists of a variety of trail conditions to enjoy and challenge you. From single-track to fire trails, sandy sections to hidden ponds and all through some of the most pristine and protected woodlands in Suffolk County. Come run beautiful Brookhaven State Park.

24th Annual Rob's Run
Nov
27
9:15 am09:15

24th Annual Rob's Run

24th Annual Rob's Run Cross Country 5K race In Memory of Rob Lauterborn.
Please make plans to donate at the ATHLETES FOR LIFE BLOOD DRIVE

Rob’s Run is a cross country run, not a road race. Surfaces on the grass and cross country trails may be uneven.

AWARDS
Individual Awards: First three Male & Female overall; first three Male &
Female in age groups: 10 and under, 11-14, 15-19; 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, 85 and over.
Team Awards: Team awards to the top three teams in each of the
following categories:
• Middle School Girls • Middle School Boys
• High School Girls • High School Boys
• Open Female • Open Male
• Open Co-ed (2 M & 2 F) • Masters Female
• Masters Male • Masters Co-ed (2 M & 2 F)
• Senior Masters Female (All 50+) • Senior Masters Male (All 50+)• Senior Masters Co-ed (2 M & 2 F; All age 50+)
Team CASH Awards - $200 per team stipend for the first place Men’s Open, Women’s Open, Men’s Masters & Women’s Masters Teams. NOTE: Only USATF-LI member teams are eligible for Team Cash Awards! All team members must be registered on the same USATF-LI team. All Team Awards will be computed on the basis of “cross country scoring,” i.e. by place.

Dec
10
8:00 am08:00

Wantagh Chamber of Commerce 5 Mile Snowball Run

  • Oregano Joe's

The tradition continues for its 22nd year and returns to its original certified course! We are returning to the traditional 5 mile course from the first 20 years of this race with water stations each mile.

Long sleeved race shirts for first 400 registrants.

For more information, contact race director Mitchell Rich at 516-557-2325

29th Annual Ho Ho Ho 5K Run
Dec
17
9:30 am09:30

29th Annual Ho Ho Ho 5K Run

Fun Run 8:45am, Costume Parade 9:00am, 5K Run 9:30am

FREE FUN RUN 8:45 AM:
1/4 mile • For kids 12 & under • Awards to ALL PARADE OF HOLIDAY COSTUMES 9:00 AM: Come in costume and participate in our parade! Please note: For safety reasons dogs will not be allowed on the race course.

SPECIAL HOLIDAY TREATS:
Special Guest Starter: SANTA CLAUS
• Costume Parade
• Fast, flat 5K on the roads of Bethpage
• Special Holiday giveaways for all 5K registrants

AWARDS:
Overall Male and Female winners. First three male and first three female age-group finishers: 10 and under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74,75-79 & 80-84, 85 & over, plus first male & female wheelchair finisher Mens Clydesdale Divisions: 185–199 lbs.: 200 lbs. & over Womens Athena Divisions: 140–159 lbs.; 160 lbs. & over. Special award to 1st CENTIPEDE TEAM and BEST HOLIDAY COSTUME!

GLIRC General Meeting
Dec
20
8:00 pm20:00

GLIRC General Meeting

  • Plainview Old Bethpage LIbrary

Come join us for our December quarterly meeting. GLIRC awards will be given out.

All are welcome.

Stay tuned for details.


Sep
25
9:00 am09:00

20th Adirondack Marathon Distance Festival

  • Main Street Schroon, NY

Marathon: The race starts at 9:00 AM on Main Street (Route 9) in the town of Schroon and heads north. Runners will complete one full loop around Schroon Lake on paved roadways (except for one half-mile stretch of gravel road in mile 3). The first four miles are rolling or flat. Miles 4-12 feature short, but steep hills along a two-lane country road on the east side of the lake. Miles 13-18 are flat, along the east shore. Then, there are long, gentle hills on Route 9, leading north to the finish in the town of Schroon.

Marathon On-Course Amenities:
Water and Powerade sports drink will be available at 15 stations on the course–roughly every two miles until 20, then every mile from 20-25.
The finish area has water, Powerade, fruits, vegetables, and other goodies, as well as a tent for post-race massage.

Marathon Awards:
Each runner who completes the course will receive a finisher’s medal. Prizes will be given for the top three overall finishers (male and female) based on clock time, and top three in each age category based on chip time. You must be present at the post-race awards ceremony to receive your award. 

Half Marathon: The Northeast’s Best Half-Marathon
The Adirondack Marathon Distance Festival’s Half-Marathon was voted the top 13.1-mile race in the northeast region by readers of competitor.com and its social media followers.

Half Marathon Course:
It is a 10:00 AM start. The half-marathon will be held on the second half of the full-marathon course. The first five to six miles are flat, along the east shore of Schroon Lake. Then, there are long, gentle hills on Route 9, leading north to the town of Schroon.

Half Marathon On-Course Amenities:
Water and Powerade sports drink will be available at stations roughly every two miles until mile 20 (mile 7 for half-marathon runners), then every mile from 20-25. Finish area has water, Powerade, fruits, vegetables, and other goodies.

For more information, click here.

31st Annual Ocean to Sound Relay
Sep
25
8:00 am08:00

31st Annual Ocean to Sound Relay

8 Runners per Team covering 50 miles from Jones Beach State Park to Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park in Oyster Bay.

Teams of eight runners each will traverse a scenic course through the rolling countrysde of beautiful Long Island. Each participant will run between five and seven miles.
Men’s and women’s open teams, men’s and women’s master teams, men’s and women’s senior masters teams, corporate teams, law enforcement/firefighter teams, physically challenged and Leukemia and Lymphoma Society teams are welcome.

Special commemorative t-shirts will be presented to each participant.
Computerized timing and results at every leg by JMS Racing Services using the MyLaps Pro Chip elite timing system.

Post Race Event Information
The event includes a gala-post race party (your bib tear off will be your entry ticket to the party) under a large tent featuring five hours of unlimited beer, wine, soda and food. There will be music and dancing. The special 30th Anniversary Edition of the “Best Post-Race Party in the Northeast” will take place at the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park on the shoreline of beautiful Oyster Bay Harbor near the finish line.

Awards will be presented to each member of the top three teams in each category. “Spirit of the Relay” Award: a $50 gift certificate to the Runner’s Edge for each member of the team that best exemplifies the fun and camaraderie of the event, in memory of Stan Kramberg. The awards ceremony will take place during the party.

Sep
24
9:30 am09:30

20th Adirondack Marathon Distance Festival

5K and 10K info:  Start: 9:30 a.m. at the Town Hall on Rt. 9 in Chestertown.
Course: Both races are run on paved streets through the heart of the village.

5K and 10K On-Course Amenities:
There are two water stations on course, plus bottled water available pre- and post-race. Food and drink is available near the finish line.

1-K Children’s Fun Run:
Date: Saturday, September 24, 2016
Start: 2 p.m. at the Adirondack Marathon finish line in Schroon Lake.
Course: The children’s race makes a loop through the scenic town of Schroon Lake, starting and ending at the Adirondack Marathon finish line.
Ages: For runners ages 4-12.
Awards: All runners receive a free t-shirt and finisher’s medal.

Click here for more info.

Sep
24
9:00 am09:00

10th Annual 5K Run/Walk to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer

  • Belmont Lake State Park

PRE-REGISTER: 
Pre-registration is open now and closes at 5:00PM CST on September 21, 2016.
Guarantee your t-shirt: Register by September 6, 2016.  
Those registering after September 6, 2016 will not be guaranteed a t-shirt.

Parking:  There is an $8.00 New York State Parking Fee-CASH ONLY!

For more information, click here.

Sep
24
9:00 am09:00
1K, 5K

Running of the Bull 5K and 1K Family Fun Run

  • New York Avenue School

The 11th Annual Smithtown Running of the Bull takes place in beautiful Historic Smithtown along forested protected park land. The run is almost completely tree covered providing a shaded run the whole way. The course has only one left turn and long straightaways that are great beginners and avid runners. The cool fair weather provides the perfect atmosphere for accomplishing a personnel best. Located in the middle of Long Islands north shore it is easy to get to. This race never disappoints with great food from the local businesses after the race. Not just bagels! Bring the family and plan on walking around town to the many restaurants or a visit to Smithtown’s Winery afterwards!

GLIRC General Meeting
Sep
20
8:00 pm20:00

GLIRC General Meeting

  • Plainview Old Bethpage LIbrary

Come join us for our September quarterly meeting.

All are welcome.

Stay tuned for details.

Sep
18
9:00 am09:00

Race for a Reason 5K

  • Village Green

The 3.1 mile race runs through Scenic Westhampton Beach, along beautiful Dune Road and over the bridges. Flat, fast and rolling hills. The event will be a fun,family event that includes music, medals, prizes, raffles and food. Event t-shirts and backpacks will be available to all participants, while supplies last.

UJA - Federation Summer's Not Done Aquarun
Sep
18
8:30 am08:30

UJA - Federation Summer's Not Done Aquarun

Online registration has closed. You can register the day of the event, September 18, at TOBAY Beach between 6:45-8:00am. Cash/Check/Credit Card will be accepted.  We look forward to seeing you!

Join us for a morning of fun and fiitness... featuring an 800 Meter swim in South Oyster Bay, followed by an eclectic 3 Mile Run to and through the TOBAY Beach Bird and Game Preserve and 3 Mile “Run Only” Option!

AMENITIES
• Top quality “technical” shirts to all entrants
• Outstanding post-race refreshments,
• Giant post-race door prize drawing; lots of prizes
Note: You must be present to win.

AQUA RUN INDIVIDUAL AWARDS
Gift Cards to Top 3 Male and Top 3 Female Overall and Top 3 Male and Top 3 Female Masters

Awards to Top 3 males and females in each of the following age groups: 13-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 -79, 80 and over

AQUA RUN RELAY TEAM AWARDS
Awards to Top 3 Male, Top 3 Female and Top 3 Coed Teams

Overall Awards to Top 3 Family teams (Family team entry can only include parent(s), immediate children, spouses and/or siblings)

3 MILE “RUN ONLY” OPTION AWARDS
Awards to 1st Male and 1st Female Overall and Top 3 males and females in 10 year age groups: 19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80 and over

The UJA Federation Summer's Not Done Aquarun event benefits the UJA-Federation of New York's local poverty initiative.

Sep
18
6:40 am06:40

Mighty Hamptons Triathlon

  • Foster Memorial Beach

Race takes place at pristine Long Beach in Sag Harbor with a wonderful 1.5K swim in Noyac Bay, followed by a rolling scenic 23.8 mile bike tour of the Hamptons and finishing with a fast, flat 10K run through the quiet scenic streets of North Haven.

Sep
16
9:00 pm21:00

Dark Side 10K, 5K Run/Walk - Episode #2

  • Nickerson Beach

DARK STRIDES EPISODES happen at night time. All Athletes MUST WEAR head lamps to compete in DarkStrides.com events

Episode 2 starts on the road, takes you through camp grounds, down a BLVD, into and over the sand dunes, along a moonlit beach before running through a field and finishing under the glow of the DarkStrides.com finisher arch at Nickerson Beach

Additional race information can be found at http://www.darkstrides.com

Suffolk County Training Run #6 - Sayville Running Company
Sep
15
6:30 pm18:30

Suffolk County Training Run #6 - Sayville Running Company

  • Sayville Running Company

Training run #6 for the Suffolk County Marathon and Half Marathon will take place at 6:30 PM at the Sayville Running Company, 49 Main St., Sayville. The training run is free. The run is two 4 mile loops and starts at 6:30 PM. Join us after the run for a free beer and  post-run party at the Five Points Café in Sayville. 

 Click here to see the training run course.

For more information, call the GLIRC office at 516-349-7646.

Sep
11
9:00 am09:00

15th Annual 5K Family Run/Walk

  • Eisenhower Park, Parking Field #2

7:30 AM - 8:30 AM - Registration/Check-In/Number Pick-Up

8:15 AM  1/2 Mile Kids' Fun Run

9:00 AM 5K Run-Walk

Post Race: Prizes, refreshments, bagels, music and activities for kids!

Course: Fast and flat course.

Kids Fun Run: Untimed - Participation medals given to all children!

For more information, call 516-663-9400.

Sep
11
9:00 am09:00

10th Annual Angels on the Bay 5K and 10K

  • Jackson Elementary School

AMENITIES: ***Incredible raffles!!***
1 Week Timeshare anywhere in the world!!
Including 32" flat screen TV, Bose headphones, CD players, camera, Ereader, Gift Baskets, gift cards, & sooo much more!! Raffles and giveaways valued at over $10,000!!

For more information, contact Race Director Roxann Romano at 917-747-8079, Rr1216@aol.com or visit web site www.angelsraces.com

Sep
10
9:00 am09:00

"Over the Bridge" 6th Annual 10K Run and 5K Run/Walk

  • Hampton Bays Middle School

 Beautiful vistas along the Atlantic Ocean, Shinnecock Inlet, Shinnecock Bay, and enjoy the extraordinary breathtaking views over the Ponquogue Bridge and into the residential areas of Hampton Bays.  The course is generally flat and fast combined with the exhilarating challenge of crossing the Ponquogue Bridge. 

See race application for parking information 

Sep
10
9:00 am09:00

Smith Point Bridge 5K Run for Literacy

  • Smith Point County Park

Sanctioned by USATF
Timing by Start2Finish

• Free performance T-shirts for first 300 registrants
• Awards will be presented to top 3 male and female overall and top 3 male and female in each age group
• Call (631) 399-1511 x215 for more information
• Long Island Expressway to Exit 68 South. Stay on William Floyd Parkway for approximately
7.5 miles. Parkway ends at Smith Point Park. There is no parking fee.

Sep
4
7:30 am07:30

14.2 Mile Manhattan Training Run

  • 220th Street & Broadway New York, NY

Rain or Shine. Finishes at the North End of Battery Park in Lower Manhattan. You will pass through many different neighborhoods and see many historical sites.

Amenities:

Commemorative Dri-Fit T-shirt

Customer Finisher Medal

16 ounce stainless mug

6 water stops, music, Post Run refreshments

For more information, click here or e-mail Finestsports.@aol.com.

 

Aug
31
7:00 pm19:00

HOKA One One Long Island Mile

  • St. Anthony's HS

Sayville Running Company, Hoka One One, and Kyle Merber have teamed up to create this unique community event. World class runners will toe the line with hopes of breaking four minutes for the men, and 4:30 for the women.

Community Races start at 7pm, followed by local open and masters championship races, and a sub-elite professional 4 minute mile attempt

Sayville Running Company Elite Men’s 1 Mile Run & Smithtown Running Company Elite Women’s 1 Mile Run will begin at approximately 8:30pm

Runner's Edge - TOBAY Triathlon
Aug
28
7:30 am07:30

Runner's Edge - TOBAY Triathlon

Race Packet Pickup:
Special early pickup raffle THREE GREAT prizes! Pickup Wednesday, Thursday or Saturday- be eligible to win one of three great prizes-one for each of the three days.

Wednesday, August 24th, 2016 from 3:00PM to 7:00PM, 
Thursday, August  25th, 2016 from  3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
at Runner's Edge, 242 Main Street, Farmingdale


Saturday, August 27th from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM at
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park , Oyster Bay, 
 

PDF below includes:

Instructions on arrival time for day of event

Charities who benefit from this event

Step by Step Outline of the Runner's Edge TOBAY Triathlon

Join Facebook page Runner's Edge TOBAY Triathlon  for updates and videos

Tips for the Tobay Triathlon from GLIRC's own Mindy Davidson Website: http://glirc.org/

Runner's Edge  - TOBAY Junior Triathlon
Aug
27
9:15 am09:15

Runner's Edge - TOBAY Junior Triathlon

Junior Triathlon is for youth ages 8- 13. 

Packet Pickup is Saturday, August 27, 2016, 7:15 AM - 8:45 AM at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park. No packets can be picked up after 8:45 AM! PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY!

Packets for Junior Triathlon may also be picked up at Runner's Edge on:

Wednesday, August 24, 2016 (3:00  PM - 7:00 PM)

Thursday, August 25, 2016  (3:00 PM - 7:00 PM)

FIRST WAVE 9:15 AM SHARP - PLEASE ARRIVE NO LATER THAN 8:00AM  *MANDATORY SAFETY MEETING AT 9:00AM

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE JUNIOR TRIATHLON:
1. The first wave of the Runner’s Edge-TOBAY Junior Triathlon will start in the beach area promptly at 9:15 AM. Packet pickup will end at 8:45 AM.
2. Every child must wear the brightly colored swim cap that we provide, and must wear the bib number that we provide on the front of his or her shirt. Each youngster will be timed using timing chip provided.
3. Every child must wear an approved hard or soft shell helmet at all times while on the bike, and it must be strapped before mounting and until after dismounting.
4. Water shoes or swim socks strongly encouraged for the swim.
5. Every child who finishes will receive a medal when he or she crosses the finish line.
6. Finally, and most important of all, keep in mind that this event is intended to be FUN for the children rather than a cutthroat competitive event. Please refrain from doing anything that would be inconsistent with the spirit of the event, or that would potentially jeopardize any child’s safety or potentially interfere with any child’s enjoyment of the event. Courtesy and sportsmanship should be practiced by both parents and children at
all times!