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Marathon Field to Feature 33,000 Runners - New York, May 17, 2021 – New York Road Runners (NYRR) today announced that it will host a field of 33,000 runners for the 50th running of the 2021 TCS New York City Marathon on November 7. With NYRR’s continued commitment to health and safety, a modified field size was determined in partnership with the State of New York and the Mayor’s Office of New York City

New York, May 10, 2021 – New York Road Runners (NYRR) will host races for thousands of runners as the State of New York announced easing up on gathering limits at large-scale outdoor event venues.

WALNUT, Calif. — Four world-leading marks and another stunning sprint performance helped christen the new Hilmer Lodge Stadium at the USATF Golden Games presented by Xfinity at Mt. SAC, the second U.S. stop on the World Athletics Continental Tour Gold circuit and the fifth meet on the USATF Journey to Gold - Tokyo Outdoor Series.

Minnesota Plans to Loosen COVID-19 Restrictions Before Race Weekend - (DULUTH, MINN.) --- The 45th annual Grandma’s Marathon weekend has received the green light for June, which comes as Minnesota Governor Tim Walz announced a loosening of the state’s public health guidelines on Thursday afternoon.

Registration Opens Monday for 52nd AJC Peachtree Road Race. Limited In-Person and Virtual Options Available for July 3-4 10K Race

ATLANTA – MARCH 12, 2021 – Beginning Monday, runners and walkers from across metro Atlanta, all over the country and around the globe can lock in their Fourth of July weekend plans. Registration will open on March 15 for a limited-capacity, two-day running of the AJC Peachtree Road Race to be held in-person and virtually on July 3 and 4. The in-person 10K event in Atlanta will implement strict COVID-19 safety measures. Besides the expansion to a two-day event designed to reduce crowd size, participants can expect health screenings, face-covering requirements and limited-contact aid stations as well as limited pre- and post-race gathering. Registration will remain open through May 1.


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