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Finding Race Results
During the race, live and unofficial results are available at www.liveresults.nyrr.org. Features include leaderboards, map tracking, and an individual runner search that can be shared on Twitter. Friends and family can follow your progress, and because the system works great on mobile devices, you can get unofficial results right after the race.
After the conclusion of the race, searchable race results are posted on our website. Our online results include all finishers, award winners, team results, and race statistics such as finisher totals by age group and gender. Our complete race results archive can be found at www.results.nyrr.org.
Your official (net) finish time is recorded by the ChronoTrack timing system from the time you cross the starting line to when you cross the finish line. This time determines the order of finish and award winners—except first place overall, which always goes to the first man and woman to cross the finish line. (Unless otherwise noted, timing mats will be removed 10 minutes after the start of the race, after which net times will not be recorded and times will be calculated from the start horn.)
Most NYRR races are fully scored and count toward the nine races that members need for the 9+1 Program. For your race to count toward the 9+1 Program, your time must appear in the official results. If you fail to finish the event or are disqualified, then credit cannot be applied for that event. To determine a race's scoring status, use the filters in the race calendar.