If you plan to watch from the sidelines this year, you can follow our live coverage here. But if you're running the race on November 2nd, read on.
It's perfectly normal to experience a wide range of emotions the week before a race of any distance, whether it's 3.1 miles or 26.2. Excitement, anxiety, even dread can sweep over you in those final days. Harboring all that nervous energy simply means you care about having a good day, whether your race goal is just to finish or to run a faster time. The best way to counter those jitters is to have a plan for each day that will prepare your body--and ease your mind. ForRead More »from What to Do a Week Before the New York City Marathon