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Register for It’s My Track Day July 13 – FREE!

June 14, 2013

IMTD_July13_promo_300This event is FREE for everyone sponsored by East River Park Track Club and Partnerships for Parks. Participants may register for as many events as you like. Awards will be given to the top three (3) performers in each event. double and tripple dipping for awards is allowed! All participants will be given free schwag and refreshments for paricipating. Good luck!

Lockers are available at the track house. Must bring your own lock. Baggage can be watched by staff for participants while they run events.

Location: East River Park Track located at East 6Th Street and FDR.

Directions: Take F train to Second Street station walk East on East Houston towards East River Park approximately 1 mile.

Earlier start time at 9:00 AM to better deal with termperatures.

Online Registration

List of Events (Times subject to change)

9:00 AM 3000M Men
9:20 AM 3000M Women
9:35 AM 1500M Men
9:50 AM 1500M Women
10:05 AM 800M Men
10:20 AM 800M Women
10:35 AM 400M Men
10:50 AM 400M Women

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The Continental Breakfast 5K At East River Park Sep. 10

August 28, 2011

East River Park Track Club And NYCRUNS Join Forces To Become A Giant Super Incredible Robot – Create A Brand New 5K!

What will you get at this race? A well managed electronically timed 5K on a brand new course in East River Park! Afterwards enjoy a nice post-race assortment of yummy snacks in the tradition of Best Westerns everywhere. Enjoy your beverages in your lovely new souvenir travel mug!

Prizes will be awarded onsite for the first 3 male and female finishers and age group award winners. Full results will be posted on NYCRUNS.COM by Monday Morning.

This race is capped at 250 runners and starts at 9:00 AM. Number Pickup will start at 7:30AM, and end at 8:45AM. There is a baggage check. The cost of this race is $20. and increases to $25. on labor day.

Race Registration

Directions To Start:Take the F to 2nd Avenue, the L to 1st Avenue, or the 6 to Astor Place and head east. Enter the park across the FDR and head for the track at E. 6th St. There is nearby bus service as well. You can also run to the park or bike. There are bike racks near the track.

Course: The first lap is in blue and is 1.8 miles. It starts at the water fountain at the E 6th St overpass. Go north towards Con Ed, turn right onto the promenade heading South, right onto the path with the seal fountains, back onto the park drive heading North towards the start/finish.

The second lap is red and is 1.3 miles. The second lap makes a right turn, enters through the southern part of the dance circle, follows the path around the circle westward then north, then heads out onto the park drive northward towards the finish.

National Running Day in East River Park!

May 30, 2011

Come out and celebrate National Running Day in East River Park with East River Park Track Club! Meet at 7pm in East River Park on the park drive at East 6th St. Right outside the track. Free blinking light buttons for runners! The lights clip on and can be used for running or cycling. The run will be 3-5 miles. All ages are welcome.

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Interview with Marathon Runner Chris Pannone

May 16, 2011

Chris Pannone 2011 Boston MarathonChris Pannone, 25, is a New Jersey native and a former runner for the University of Colorado. Since graduating in 2008, Chris has become a familiar name at the top of the results of the local races. He runs for the New York Athletic Club and works full time for Generation UCAN. Chris finished 20th overall at the 2011 Boston Marathon with a personal best 2:18:05. His time qualifies him for the Olympic Marathon Trials which will be held in Houston January 2012.

East River Runner: It seems like just yesterday you were a college runner winning the local races. What has the post-college transition been like

Chris Pannone:  The post college transition wasn’t easy at first. I wasn’t quite used to training on my own but in time I learned to like it. The most difficult part of the transition was balancing my running with working full time. After a few months, I became used to the routine.

ERR:  This year you had finished 20th overall at the 2011 Boston Marathon, how do you feel about your performance

CP:  My goal was to be in the top 20 and run under 2:18. You can’t be too greedy with your performances in the marathon. A lot can go wrong out there. Although I was a few seconds slower than what I had hoped for, I pr’d and was pleased with the performance.

ERR:  How does it feel to be on the starting line with many of the world’s top runners?

CP:  I always feel very honored to be on the starting line with the world’s best. Running the ING NYC Marathon last November was very surreal, and Boston was a similar experience.

ERR:  What races do you have your sights on next?

CP:  I hav races planned for this summer, ending with the New Haven 20K. The real focus though is on the Olympic Trials next year. That has been the plan for the past year or so now I’m very excited about the opportunity.

ERR:  Will you do anything differently when training for the Olympic trials?

CP:   I’ve run 3 marathons thus far. With each buildup my coach Ryan Grote has had structured in different stimuli to see what I respond to best. We’ll add in a little bit more mileage this go around and tweak things a little bit, but won’t be doing anything drastically different.

ERR: Where would you like to be as runner, let’s say, five years from now?

CP:  I will be pleased if I am still able to compete at a high level. I’m young enough that I feel the best is yet to come in the marathon, so with that in mind, I’m going to continue to strive to improve year to year.

ERR:  Where do you get your support?

CP:  I have been blessed to be supported by the New York Athletic Club. They’re really a great organization. I couldn’t ask for better managers and it’s a privilege to run for a club with such a rich history. I am also supported by Brooks and Generation UCAN, a sports nutrition company. They have a fantastic line of products unlike anything else on the market place.

ERR: Runners will soon be beginning training for the NYC Marathon. What training advice can you give to the marathon runners out there?

CP: My best advice is to stay consistent, listen to your body, and make your long run the most important day of the week.

You can meet Chris and learn more about Generation UCAN‘s products this Saturday, May 21, 3 pm at East River Park Track Club‘s It’s My Park Day event at the East River Park track.

Come Out For It’s My Park Day!

May 13, 2011

It's My Park Day! May 21

East River Park Track Club is participating in It’s My Park Day on May 21, 3pm at East River Park track. Come out to meet the club and it’s running coach, Ken Costantino. There will be a special presentation by Generation UCAN with Chris Pannone. Chris finished 20th overall in this year’s Boston Marathon! We’re sure he’ll have some great things to say about marathon running! There will be a fun run at 4pm around our great park! The club will be giving out these bags to attendees! The bags are in lmited supply. We’ll have some snacks and refreshments for you too!

East River Park Track Club Announcement

January 13, 2010

Have you been thinking about joining a running club?

Upcoming East River Park Track Club meeting will be on Saturday, January 16 2:00 PM Cocoa Bar 21 Clinton St. Please contact eastriverparktc@gmail.com.

Group run – all welcome – Saturday, January 16 10 AM – meet at the East River Park Track.

East River Park Track Club is registered with New York Road Runners.

East River Park Track Club is a new running club representing the East River Park in Manhattan. Please contact eastriverparktc@gmail.com