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TCS New York City Marathon

Run the TCS New York City Marathon with GallopNYC on November 4, 2018!

Run the 2OI8 TCS New York City Marathon

GallopNYC is proud to be an official charity partner of the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon!

Get ready to run on a 26.2 mile tour of New York City by running through all five boroughs.  The New York City Marathon is one of the World Marathon Majors, a celebration of community spirit, and a once-in-a-lifetime personal achievement!

Run the TCS New York City Marathon and help change the lives of New Yorkers with Disabilities.

$3,000 – Fundraising Commitment

Benefits Include:

  • Guaranteed Race Entry
  • Coaching with Deanie Barth! See below for more informaton on Deanie.
  • Two complimentary tickets to our annual Barn Dance
  • Team T-shirt, headband, and water bottle
  • Complimentary 30-minute horseback riding lesson at GallopNYC Forest Hills

For more information contact Virginia Terry at 646 369 0442

Apply here: https://www.tfaforms.com/4659328

 

You Will Finish Strong With Coach Deanie Barth!

Running with Team GallopNYC is a special way to support our riders and change the lives of New Yorkers with Disabilities. And this year, the teams will be coached by GallopNYC Council Member and Physical Therapist Deanie Barth, Co-owner of Centurion Physical Therapy. Approximately three months before each race Deanie will share weekly training schedules, injury-prevention advice, stretching routines, and more. We will also lead weekly long runs in Manhattan.

Deanie is an accomplished runner and athlete who has completed several marathons and half marathons. She is a co-founder of GallopNYC and the 2016 GallopNYC Barn Dance Honoree. She received her masters in physical therapy from New York Medical College in 2000 after completing a post-baccalaureate pre-health program at Columbia University and a bachelor in communication from the University of Delaware. Deanie has 20 years of experience with sport-related injuries, post-surgical rehab, and orthopedic and neurological disorders.

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