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NYRR Midnight Run

Friday December 31st, 2021
Manhattan, NY
Distance: 4 miles

Kick off the New Year at the Midnight Run! Join the fun and celebrate with music and dancing (starting at 10:00 p.m.) as 2019 comes to a close. With a countdown to midnight beginning at 11:59 p.m., the four-mile run will begin on the stroke of midnight, as will a spectacular fireworks display to light up the night and the start of 2020.

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Race Date: 12/31/2020 Distance: 4 miles
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 19:46 Kevin Moore 29 IRL
2nd Male 19:51 Benjamin Toomer 30 GBR
3rd Male 19:58 Quentin Succo 21 FRA
4th Male 20:23 Jules Robin 17 FRA
Female 20:50 Eilish McColgan 29 GBR
2nd Female 21:43 Mary Cain 23 NY, NY
3rd Female 23:20 Lindsay Crevaiserat 26 Glastonbury, CT
4th Female 23:46 Angela Ortiz 39 Brooklyn, NY
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 23:18 Mikko Valimaki 43 FIN
M 50-59 24:51 Timothy Decker 51 NY, NY
M 60-69 29:41 Kenneth Ottenbreit 61 CAN
M 70+ 27:26 Gene Dykes 71 Bala CYNWYND, PA
F 40-49 24:58 Colleen McGurk 48 NY, NY
F 50-59 31:08 Marilyn Charles 51 Brooklyn, NY
F 60-69 29:36 Robin Janis 60 NY, NY
F 70+ 38:23 Mary Steffany 70 NY, NY
NYRR Midnight Run

Neither rain nor wind could keep runners from starting 2019 on the move, as a crowd of more than 3,700 gathered in Central Park for the NYRR Midnight Run. The four-miler began at the stroke of midnight, sending runners into the new year with a 15-minute fireworks display at the start and a sparkling cider toast at the halfway mark.

Before midnight struck, runners could get into the spirit with a pre-race party on Rumsey Playfield. With a live DJ, stilt walkers, on-stage performances, and more, runners could get into the groove for their warm-up before heading into their corrals.

First to finish four miles in the new year was Luis Porto of Central Park Track Club – New Balance, completing the loop in 21:07. Breaking the tape on the women's side was Lindsay Crevoiserat of Glastonbury, CT in 23:27.

The course is the four-mile Central Park "inner loop." Check back soon for a course map.

Mile 1:Start on the 72nd Street Transverse near Bethesda Terrace and head east. Turn left (north) at East Drive and run north, ascending Cat Hill.

Mile 2:Continue north and and pass Engineers' Gate (East 90th Street). Turn left onto the 102nd Street Transverse.

Mile 3:Turn left onto West Drive and run south through a series of three rolling hills as you pass the Reservoir on your left.

Mile 4:Enjoy a downhill, then a flat section. Turn left onto the 72nd Street Transverse and finish just west of Bethesda Terrace.

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