When is the Half Marathon in New Jersey?

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When is the Half Marathon in New Jersey?

The Novo Nordisk New Jersey Marathon & Half Marathon October 16 & 17 2021

When did the New Jersey Shore Marathon start?

It started in 1997 as a revival of the Jersey Shore Marathon, which was held from 1972 to 1985. The name was changed to the New Jersey Shore Marathon in 1999, and changed again to the New Jersey Marathon in 2001. Then-governor James McGreevey declared it the official state marathon in 2005.

When was the Long Branch half marathon added?

The Long Branch half-marathon was also added in 2006. The 2020 in-person edition of the race was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, with all registrants given the option of running the race virtually, transferring their entry to 2021, or obtaining store credit of equivalent value.

What are the rules for a half marathon in Idaho?

The (T) means it is a TRUE trail half marathon 21k (off road, switchbacks, etc) and a (W) means it is truly “official walker friendly” requiring the half marathon to allow a minimum of 18:32 mile pace, minimum 4 hours for participants to finish the 13.1 mile distance.

Why are there lane closings in New York City?

Lane closings may also occur due to circumstances beyond DOT’s control. Schedules are subject to change due to inclement weather, security alerts and other emergencies. For up-to-the-minute information, visit 511NY, New York State’s official traffic and travel information source.

Are there any street closures in New York City?

Subscribe to traffic advisory email updates Visit the NYC Street Closures Map Other state and local agencies are responsible for street construction work in New York City.

Is the West Side Highway in New York closed?

This street will be fully closed Saturday from 8 am to 6 pm and Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm through 8/9/21 for new building operations. Single lanes eastbound and westbound will be closed Monday to Friday 7 am to 3 pm by NYSDOT for wall restoration and maintenance until the COVID-19 Emergency is lifted.

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