TCS New York City Marathon
Run the city that never sleeps! This famous 26.2 mile course leads runners through a full tour of New York City’s five boroughs. Start in Staten Island and continue through Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, and the Bronx before the grand finale in Central Park. This race is known for its crowd support, elite racers, and celebrity sightings.
Need an entry?
Runners who need entry can guarantee their spot in the race by registering through OAR. Select “Fundraise for this Campaign”, set up your page, and a member of our RUN staff will be in touch with the next steps in the registration process.
Beginning on March 3rd OAR will begin offering entries to runners that are on our wait list.
Have an entry?
Runners who qualify for guaranteed entry and register for the race on their own can at any time and fundraise for OAR. Runners who are selected through the general entry drawing are also invited to join the RUN FOR AUTISM team.
- RUN FOR AUTISM t-shirt and race singlet
- Fundraising guide
- Race weekend team dinner
- Free Virtual Training from Kopf Running
- Team emails with training and fundraising tips
- Personalized staff support
- OAR finisher’s medal
Runners who register for the race with a charity entry must commit to a $3,000 fundraising minimum, per NYRR requirements. Runners with their own race entry are asked to raise $250 for OAR to receive all team benefits.
All fundraising is due one month after the race: December 5, 2017.
All RUN FOR AUTISM – NYC Team members will have the opportunity to receive FREE virtual training from Kopf Running. Kopf Running is an endurance training company that provides customized group and virtual training programs, endurance event management consultation, and charity race team support. Kopf Running is OAR’s training provider for our 2017 TCS NYC Marathon Team. Kopf prides themselves on their comprehensive, convenient, and well-rounded approach to helping others achieve their fitness goals. Kopf Running’s coaches are certified and have helped hundreds of runners to safely and enjoyably cross the finish line of road races varying from 5K’s to full marathons.