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NYC Half runner tracking online

by Editor
Friday 18th March 2011

With Jo Pavey, Andrew Lemoncello and Mo Farah amongst those running the New York City Half Marathon this weekend you may well be interested in following the race closely, even if you don't have friends or family taking part.

New York Road Runners allow you to track runners for free: "Available on race day (and afterward), this service allows fans to track up to ten (10) runners with updates every (5K, 10K, 15K, 20K) and at the finish. It can be accessed from any Internet browser and there is no advance registration. A runner can be tracked using his/her entry name, entry number, or bib number. Visit this site on beginning at 7:00 a.m. on race day. Please note that minor delays are possible during times of peak use."

You can find out more about the race, including elite athlete bios and how to track runners here www.nyrr.org


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