Planning to watch @ingnycmarathon? Here’s the Official Spectator Guide! #INGNYCM
Dress in layers and bring more warm, wind-resistant clothing than you think you’ll need: Standing outside can get chilly, and a breeze makes it feel more so. Stay off the course even if it looks like there’s tons of room for the runners. It’s safer for everyone if spectators stick to the sidewalks and follow all instructions from course marshals and the NYPD. Often, you can use the subway’s underground passageways to safely cross the route. Keep cheering after the lead wheelchair athletes and runners have passed. The slower runners appreciate your support just as much as the speedier ones—maybe even more! Be specific about where you’ll be . For the best chance of spotting your friend or loved one, give as much detail about your location as you can: “Outside the coffee shop at the southwest corner of 85th and First Avenue” is much more helpful than “somewhere in the 80s on ...