With the shift in the weather forecast for Sunday, the Fred Lebow Half-Marathon will proceed as planned. We will continue to monitor the weather forecast and proactively communicate any changes. Please continue to check our site and social for updates.
This Valentine’s Day, we know your true love is... running! Share your love with another—whether it be your beau, your friend, or a family member by planning a date with your favorite running buddy to run the free NYRR Valentine’s Duo 5K as a team. Or if you prefer to take on this one solo, you got it.
By completing the race, you’ll be entered for a chance to win a $100 Dunkin’ gift card—which you can keep for yourself or plan to share with the other half of your duo! Read the official sweepstakes rules.
You can race this 5K anywhere in the world February 11-17, even if you and your team member have a long-distance relationship. If you choose to run the race as a duo, you’ll have the option to tell us who your other half will be or ask us to match you with another runner. Then we’ll combine your times and create a leaderboard just for our duos! Find out more about the duo action below.
Run the NYRR Virtual Valentine’s Duo 5K as a pair! Run with a friend, a significant other, or someone from across the globe! If you choose to have NYRR pair you with another runner, we will randomly match you with a teammate through February 4.
Please note: You can update your registration status through February 17. Even if you run as a Duo, we will also include you as an individual on the Strava leaderboard and in the NYRR results.
Here’s how to update your registration from solo to Duo registration status:
Teams will be included in Duo results if:
A virtual race is a race that can be run or walked at your convenience during a specified period of time. To participate in NYRR Virtual Racing, create your free Strava account, sign up for a race, and run or walk the distance of the race on a course you select wherever you are.
Proceeds support NYRR’s mission to help and inspire people through running, and benefit NYRR’s youth and community programs, so you can feel good about completing a race while doing some good as well.
|Category||NYRR Members||NYRR Friend (Non-Member)|
|Virtual 6 Entry||$20||$30|
The NYRR Members category includes NYRR members in the following levels: Member, Member Plus, Miler, 5K, 10K, Junior, Senior, Armed Service, Collegiate, and NYRR Youth Program Leads and Assistants.
While General Entry is complimentary for this race, we encourage you to make a donation in support of NYRR's nationwide youth and community programs. Donations can be made at checkout.
Runners may choose to purchase this race for credit toward the NYRR Virtual 6 program. NYRR Virtual 6 program participants that register for and complete six NYRR virtual races at the Virtual 6 program rate between January 1, 2019 and December 31, 2019 will be eligible to receive one non-complimentary entry to the 2020 Popular® Brooklyn Half and one Popular® Brooklyn Half Virtual Training program to help them prepare for the race. Limit one Popular® Brooklyn Half entry and one Popular Brooklyn Half Virtual Training program per person. The ability to register for the NYRR Virtual 6 Program is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. The NYRR Virtual 6 program will not be available to additional registrants once Virtual 6 registrant spaces have been exhausted. NYRR Virtual 6 program participants must be at least 18 years of age.
The 2019 NYRR Virtual Racing series will include a total of 12 virtual races. Races will be announced throughout the year on a monthly basis. All races in the NYRR Virtual 6 program will follow the same price structure.
The Popular® Brooklyn Half, the largest half-marathon in the country, is an iconic 13.1-mile journey through the amazing borough of Brooklyn. The race starts near the Brooklyn Museum and ends at a finish line on the Coney Island boardwalk. Check back at a later date for more details on what to expect for the 2020 race.
Runners must complete the full 5K distance in a single run activity, upload the activity to Strava, and tag it as a Race within three days of the event close date.
Here’s the how-to for taking part in NYRR Virtual Racing Powered by Strava: