Raise Your Hand If You Are Ready For The Harlem 1 Miler With Free Entries

Hey Guys!! Ever think about participating in a Marathon? Well here’s your chance to jump in and start with a 1 Miler on Randall’s Island this Sunday. Continue Reading →

New York Road Runners Introduces Iconic New Course And Expanded Field From Harlem To Highland Park

An expected 22,500 runners will take to the streets of New York City on Sunday, March 18 in the 2018 United Airlines NYC Half. Continue Reading →

Free Family Adventure Races In NYC Parks From Around Harlem To Hollis

City Parks Foundation’s “Family Adventure Race” is an exciting, parent-child race that incorporates basic exercises and sports skills, and provides a healthy, one-hour dose of fun for all. Continue Reading →

Harlem-Based Run4AllWomen Keeps Running After Women’s March

Harlem World Magazine originally reported on Alison Desir’s Harlem Run back in June 2015 in an article titled Harlem Wellness Challenge: We Run Harlem by CC Minton. Continue Reading →

Four Women Run For All Women From Harlem To Harare

Alison Mariella Désir is a running coach, the founder of the Harlem Run running crew, and a contributor to Women’s Running magazine. Continue Reading →

The Trust For Public Land And NY Road Runners Announce Partnership At Harlem School

mighty-milers-in-harlem1The Trust for Public Land and the NY Road Runners are announcing a partnership to build student-designed playgrounds in New York City with a ceremonial groundbreaking at CS154 Harriet Tubman in Harlem, one of the three schools to benefit from the initial $1 million contribution. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Randall’s Island Press Release – Run the River 5K

run-the-river-photo-october-7-20161Hey Harlem, what do you have planned at the end of the month? If the answer is nothing, then on Saturday, October 29, 2016 the Randall’s Island Park Alliance (RIPA), in partnership with Riverkeeper and the Queens Library, will host the 7th annual Run the River 5K to benefit Randall’s Island Park. Continue Reading →

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