2017 Race Schedule
IRONMAN Kalmar (August 19, 2017)
2015 Race Schedule
Brooklyn Half Marathon (May 16, 2015) Saturday.
Nav-e-Sink or Swim (May 24, 2015) : $25 for 1.2 or 2.4 mile swim. 7:30/8:15am. Race is Sunday. An hour and a half from home.
Flat as a Pancake (June 13, 2015) Saturday. ??
Mighty Montauk (June 13, 2015) Saturday. ??
Queens 10K (June 21, 2015) Sunday.
New York City Marathon (November 1, 2015) Sunday.
2014 Race Schedule
Did a few running races so far this year. Knee is definitely feeling much better and stronger as opposed to earlier in the year. Again doing Physical Therapy really helped. I am hoping to do at least one Tri before year ends. If not I’ll at least do a solo one on my own time just to more adequately test my running after the first two sports.
NYRR Autism Speaks 4M (September 6, 2014)
NYRR Fifth Avenue Mile (September 13, 2014)
Waterman Half Iron Distance
NYRR Poland Spring Marathon Kickoff
NYRR Race to Deliver
NYRR Ted Corbitt 15K
2013 Race Schedule
Central Park Marathon (February 24, 2013) Report (Marathon)
NYCRUNS Spring Fling 5K & 10K (March 30, 2013)
NYRR Scotland 10K (April 6, 2013)
NYRR Healthy Kidney 10K (May 11, 2013)
NYRR Brooklyn Half Marathon (May 18, 2013)
Mighty Montauk Triathlon (June 8th, 2013) (Triathlon)
2012 Race Schedule
NYRR New York City Marathon (November 4, 2012): (Marathon) Cancelled!!!!
NYRR Join The Voices (December 2, 2012)
NYRR Ted Corbitt 15K (December 15, 2012)
2011 Race Schedule
Manhattan Half Marathon (January 22nd, 2011): “Runners are drawn to the challenging hills of Manhattan’s Central Park for the first half-marathon of 2011. This race of the series makes for a bracing start to the new year.” cited from website. Report.
Brooklyn Half Marathon (May 21st, 2011): One of my favorite Half Marathons. 2 loops Prospect Park and onto Coney Island via Ocean Parkway. This year’s registration sold out pretty quickly. A few days. Report
Flat As A Pancake (June 5th, 2011): (Triathlon) This was my first open water swim triathlon. I did this race last year and loved it. Joe, the race organizer does an awesome job. The course is fast minus the swim which was a bit choppy last year. Did I mention the post-race pancakes? Highly recommended sprint race to kick start the tri season. Report
Stars & Strips Aquathlon (July 9th, 2011): “This fun and challenging multi-sport event combines a 1.5-km swim in the Hudson River and a flat, fast, scenic 5-km run in Hudson River Park and Riverside Park.” cited from website. Report
IRONMAN Lake Placid (July 24th, 2011): (Triathlon) “Centered amidst the northern beauty of the Adirondack region, Lake Placid is a solid choice as host for the Ironman Lake Placid Triathlon. The Lake Placid course presents challenging sections on both the bike and run courses that gave last year’s nearly 2,000 competitors a workout to remember. Famous champions include Thomas Hellriegel, Heather Fuhr, Melissa Spooner, Steve Larsen, and Cameron Widoff. The course is nothing short of spectacular. The swim takes place in the pristine Mirror Lake.
The challenging bike course winds through the Adirondack Mountains, and is both scenic and tough – what more could a triathlete want?
The run is no picnic, either, and offers up some more great scenery, along with some more challenging hills.
Put it all together and you have the essence of Ironman … a race that captures both the beauty and the challenges of the area, and the sport.” cited from website. Report
Queens Half Marathon (July 30th, 2011): This will be one week after my Ironman. I haven’t got any clue as to how long of a recovery I will need, but this will just be a fun race. I registered because I need to complete four NYRR half marathons in order to be guaranteed registration for the 2012 NYC half. Report.
Bronx Half Marathon (August 28th, 2011): awarded race credit due to Hurricane Irene cancellation.
2010 Race Schedule
2009 was my inaugural year in racing. Completed my first triathlon (NYRR Sprint) in August, qualified for guaranteed entry into the 2010 NYC Marathon, by completing 9 races. The 9 races included NYC Half Marathon and the Brooklyn Half. Concluded the year with a sub 4 Marathon in Philadelphia (finish time: 3:54:00).
This is my tentative race schedule for 2010. With good health and proper training I am hoping to complete at least 3 triathlons and 2 marathons in 2010.
NYRR Fred Lebow Classic 5M (January 9th, 2010): First and one of the most honorable races of 2010. Looking forward to running this race in honor of Fred Lebow. Co-Founder of the New York Road Runners and founder of the New York City Marathon. Fred Lebow is a true legend to the sport of running. Report
NYRR Run for Haiti (February 20th, 2010): This run was organized by New York Road Runners and the NYC Parks and Recreation. The funds raised will help the people of Haiti. A 7.0 magnitude earthquake rocked and killed thousands of Haitians and left thousands more homeless and in desperate need of aid. The race will be a 4 mile run/walk event and also a double qualifying race credit towards the 2011 NYC marathon. Report.
NYRR Al Gordon Snowflake (February 28th, 2010) : This will mark the second time that we’ll be running the Al Gordon Snowflake. In 2009 it was a 5K race, but has been upgraded to a 4M in 2010. We’ll be running in honor of Al Gordon, who passed away in summer 2009. He was 107. Report.
TD Bank Five Boro Bike Tour (May 2nd, 2010): This is a very popular tour which sells out quickly. Hoping to register early for it. Registration is now open. Finished.
NYRR Brooklyn Half Marathon (May 22nd, 2010): The second race in the NYRR Half-Marathon Series Presented by Continental Airlines takes you through Brooklyn, NY on a course that starts in Prospect Park and ends in NYC’s legendary amusement destination, Coney Island. Report.
Japan Day (June 6th, 2010): Celebrate traditional and contemporary Japanese culture at this 4-mile race in Central Park, now in its fourth year. The race and accompanying kids’ races are part of Japan Day @ Central Park, a festival featuring a variety of activities over the course of the day. Finished.
Flat as a Pancake (June 12th, 2010): (Triathlon-Sprint) Sprint triathlon in Staten Island to kick off my tri season. 1/4 mile swim, 12 mile bike and 5k run. Swim takes place in open water. (Raritan Bay). Report.
Nautica New York City Triathlon (July 18th, 2010): (Triathlon-Olympic) First Olympic triathlon. Very excited to be swimming in the Hudson. This race was sold out in 7 minutes, never had a chance at registration. Fortunately I was able to sign up through Jack Rabbit’s training program in order to gain race entry. Report
Falmouth Road Race (August 15th, 2010): If you are looking for a scenic out of town race. This is it. 7 mile course. This race takes place in the peak of the season in beautiful Cape Cod. Plan on a nice weekend getaway and enjoy a ferry ride to Martha’s Vineyard for sightseeing. Once on the Vineyard, rent a bike, grab a map and enjoy a bike tour along the coastline. Don’t forget to walk with you swimsuit. The Falmouth Road race will be held on Aug. 15. Registration will open on April 20 and close on May 5. Please visit Falmouth Road Race during those days to download a registration form. Entries must be received by May 5th. A lottery will be held to select the field of runners, except for Falmouth residents.
Westchester Toughman Half Triathlon (September 12th, 2010): (Triathlon-Half) The beautiful course takes in the protected waters of the Hudson River and the rolling hills of the Croton reservoir region. Report
Chicago Marathon (October 10th, 2010): Chicago was host to 45,000 runners in 2009. Running in the “Windy City” should be a fun experience. Registration is now open.Elevation. Report
New York City Marathon (November 7th, 2010): 2010 will mark our first New York City Marathon. Elevation. Report
Ironman Race Schedule (Aiming to be adequately trained for an Ironman by 2011)