Bloody Nipples and Tears of Joy

Bloody Nipples and Tears of Joy

Marathon day brings all kinds of New Yorkers together to share in the pain of full-body chafing.

 
New York sanitation workers remove trash cans from the Williamsburg portion of the New York City Marathon route early in the morning of Saturday, November 4, 2017. Photo by Molly Enking.

A Load of Garbage

New York City’s biggest disappearing act takes place without fanfare or notice before the marathon.

 
Meghan Giometti, owner of The Gibson bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, serves a beer to a customer. (Photo by: Anna Brooks)

Neighborhood Spots Go All-Out to Celebrate the Marathon

High school bands, upscale bars and even fitness-focused hotels pulled out all the stops for the big day.

 

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In this Nov. 5, 2017, photo, marathoners jog as they approach the 19th-mile marker. (Photo by: Allison Weintraub )

See How the Marathon Affects These NYC Landmarks

From Marcus Garvey Park to Verrazano Bridge, see how the buzz of the marathon affects the city.

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Fred's Team runner Britain Seibert hugs a friend from school who came to see her by mile 25 on Central Park South on Nov. 5, 2017. (Photo by: Christina Cardona)

High Fives, Tears and Kisses

New York City News Service reporters fought rain and heightened security to cover the 2017 NYC Marathon.

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Pain, Injury Cause ‘DNF’ In NYC Marathon

Runners find ways to bounce back after failing to finish a marathon.

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Mile 17 Has Special Meaning for Fred’s Team

Mile 17 Has Special Meaning for Fred’s Team

Cheering crowds at Memorial Sloan Kettering offer motivation to runners raising funds to fight cancer.

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New York, New York. Nov. 5, 2017. Runners make their way through the city during the 2017 New York City Marathon. (Photo by Allison Weintraub)

Lottery Drawing Is the First Hurdle for Marathon Runners

A third of runners participating in this year’s New York City Marathon were winners before the race even started.

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New York, New York, Oct. 6, 2017. On Friday, Oct. 6, 2017 Gianna Dell'Olio introduces charity marathon runners Sarah Seng and Jessie Leete to the beneficiaries at Bronxworks on Grand Concourse in the Bronx. 11/5/2017. Photo by Avery Miles/for New York City News Service.

Another Marathon Challenge: BronxWorks Drives to Raise Funds

How one organization pulled together their fundraising operation.

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John Pierre, 47, an Achilles International athlete with a brain injury at a training session. He participated in Sunday's TCS New York City Marathon. (Photo by: Karina Hernandez)

This Nonprofit Helps Athletes With Disabilities Prepare

Achilles International helps athletes with disabilities achieve their goals by supporting their training year-round.

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Volunteers and athletes with disabilities at an Achilles International training session in Central Park, Manhattan, the week before the Marathon. (Photo by: Sshiva Tejas)

These Volunteers Are Helping Hands For Athletes With Disabilities

Volunteers can be a crucial support system for athletes with disabilities when running a marathon.

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Marathon runners round a street corner in Green Point, Brooklyn, on Nov. 5, 2017. (Photo by: Emilie Ruscoe)

The Crush of the Crowd: Bottlenecks at the NYC Marathon

Not all real estate is equally sought after on marathon Sunday.

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Train Your Body Better For The NYC Marathon

Many runners say a focus on improving the body is a better way to train.

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Running On Empty: The Aches and Pains of Being a Marathon Runner

Running On Empty: The Aches and Pains of Being a Marathon Runner

With all that mileage, comes injuries.

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Bloody Nipples and Tears of Joy

Bloody Nipples and Tears of Joy

Marathon day brings all kinds of New Yorkers together to share in the pain of full-body chafing.

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A Picture Is Worth 26.2 Miles

A Picture Is Worth 26.2 Miles

MarathonFoto recruited a whole new set of professional photographers for the big event.

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Meghan Giometti, owner of The Gibson bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, serves a beer to a customer. (Photo by: Anna Brooks)

Neighborhood Spots Go All-Out to Celebrate the Marathon

High school bands, upscale bars and even fitness-focused hotels pulled out all the stops for the big day.

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Security Preparations Adjusted After Terror Attack

Police officials promised the most security ever for this year’s New York City Marathon.

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Construction workers prepare for the marathon a week before the big day.

Running the New York City Marathon All Year Long

Race organizers need as much stamina as runners on the street.

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New York Marathon Preparation Takes More Than Just Physical Strength

New York Marathon Preparation Takes More Than Just Physical Strength

Marathon runners need mind and body to carry them through the race.

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Businesses Find Many Routes to Marathon Profits

Businesses Find Many Routes to Marathon Profits

Bars, breweries and training clubs concoct ways to reap the financial benefits of Marathon Sunday.

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Peter Boal rehearses at Pacific Northwest Ballet, where he is the artistic director. (Credit: Angela Sterling)

Ballerinas Take on Their Toughest Role

Dancers often avoid physical exertion to “save their bodies” for dance – but some still hit the streets for the marathon.

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