Widely acknowledged as the world's greatest road race, the New York Marathon will take you on a journey through the city's five boroughs as you are cheered on by two million spectators to the famous finish line in Central Park.
The TCS New York City Marathon course runs 26.2 miles through the five boroughs of NYC. You can find a course map along with other useful information on the race organisers website.
How to enter the New York Marathon
Use your own place
If you have bought a place in the race already and would like to run for us, sign up here and we'll get a free Macmillan running top sent to you. There's no minimum sponsorship, just raise as much as you can!
The money you raise could go to a number of services we offer like, funding a Macmillan nurse for a day, to supporting an information centre where we provide practical and emotional support to those in need.
If you have any questions about the New York Marathon 2022 please get in touch by emailing email@example.com or call 0300 1000 200.
The minimum age for this event is 18 years old.
You're about to run the race of your life.
Why should I join Team Macmillan?
As a Team Macmillan runner you'll receive:
Our fundraising pack, access to our online training zone and loads of fundraising tips and tricks.
Your free Team Macmillan technical running vest or t-shirt, plus iron on letters to customise your kit.
Regular e-newsletters to keep you up to date with Macmillan's news and activities.
Most importantly we'll provide you with a reason to keep going because you'll know that you're helping improve the lives of people living with cancer. Donations make up 98% of our annual income so we simply couldn't do what we do without you.
Please make sure you have read our Terms and Conditions before signing up. You must be aged 18 or over on the day of the event to take part.
For questions regarding accessibility at this event, please contact the event organisers.
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By joining us you'll know that you're helping improve the lives of people living with cancer in the UK today.