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October 10, 2021

The Brooklynite Fall 5K, 10K, 13.1 Miler

American Veterans Memorial Pier • 6901 Shore Rd. 11209 BrooklynNY  11209 Organized by Du City Tri Runs, Inc.

About this event

Run, race again this Fal!

Celebrate the beginning of the Fall running 13.1, 6.2, or 3.1 Miles. The course has two incredible views, The Verrazano Bridge and the NYC Skyline. Get there by car, bike, foot, subway, bus, or even boat. Yes, boat, take the NYC water taxi to the pier and you'll be at the starting line. A socially distant yet competitive event with specific small group waves. We can't wait to see you!

Race on a well-marked runner's lane in a car-free and people-friendly park. The race is chip timed live. Results will be posted in our website. In addition, if you run with your phone you can also use the RaceJoy App to get auditory guidance, mile updates, and your friends and family can watch your progress live.

Real-time timing, photography, social media posts, pre-race valuables area, post-race beverages, and a view that makes you wonder whether you are still in NYC.

Cool and stylish running mask and medal for all participants.

Event details and schedule

Please always check our website: http://www.citytri.com OR our FB PAGE for updates.

Race Day Packet Pick-up: 45 min. before race start

  • Bring picture I.D.
  • You will receive a bib with a timing chip attached to it.

Baggage Check-in: on request and limited

  • picture I.D. no exceptions!
  • Your bib will have a tear off tag that you will pin to your personal bag.
  • You need to show the matching bib to retrieve your bag from secure area.

Race Start Times

  • 9:05 AM - 10k
  • 9:05 AM - 5K
  • 9 AM - 13.1 half marathon

Location

American Veterans Memorial Pier

6901 Shore Rd. 11209 BrooklynNY  11209

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Categories

5K-Oct 10 - 5k

$40.00

10K-OCT 10 - 10k

$45.00

HALF- OCT 10 - Half

$55.00

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