Thanks for the info!! I'm not sure spending the night before in Staten Island will be a viable option for me but I dont mind taking the ferry. My doubts were more on the timings for runners in corral A and it looks like there's no avoiding the sitting around for 2 hours in which case I'll probably pack a bag and get there early.
Yes but without baggage I could potentially take one of the last ferrys and make my way straight to wave 1 only having to maybe wait for an hour or so. I dont know if then having to drop a bag would make that wait 2-3 hours.
Hi guys! I have not checked in for a long time! I see that all is well and people keep putting in some impressive training and racing performances!
I am actually not running a marathon this spring but will be running NY in the autumn. How realistic is it to put in a good time in NY?? If I'm after a PB this year and after London (not enough time to prepare) what would be my best chance?
NY in November Oslo in September Milton Keynes in May Any other UK marathon between May and October