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Race Scoring and Results
Race results are available on our website after the conclusion of the race at results.nyrr.org. These results include all finishers, award winners, team results, and finisher statistics.
In addition, we offer live unofficial results during the race at liveresults.nyrr.org. Features include leaderboards, map tracking, and an individual runner search that can be shared on Facebook and Twitter. Live tracking is not available for unscored events, cross country races, track races, and the NYRR NYC 60K.)
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. In most races, 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. If your time is not recorded at the start, you will be issued a gun time.
Most NYRR races are fully scored and count toward the 9+1 program. For your race to count, your time must appear in the finisher results. If you fail to finish the event or are disqualified, you will not receive credit. Walks, training runs, kids' races, and Open Runs usually are not scored. To verify a race's scoring status, hover over the race name on NYRR's event calendar to see expanded details.
In the interest of safety, and to allow streets and park drives to re-open as scheduled, race courses will remain open to all participants who are able to maintain a 13:45-per-mile pace (based on the time when the last runner crosses the start line). Those participants who are not able to maintain this pace should be aware that fluid stations and other course amenities may not be available, and participants in races staged on city streets may be asked to move to the sidewalks. Participants will be able to cross the finish line, but they may not be timed and recorded as an official finisher. They can contact our Race Scoring team to request 9+1 TCS New York City Marathon qualifying credit for the race. Thank you for your cooperation with this policy.
Our results also include each finisher's age-graded place, time, and performance percentage: Each runner's time is adjusted to that of an open-division participant using a factor for age and gender. For a more detailed overview of age-grading, please refer to this article on age-grading standards. Age-graded percentage is the ratio of a world-class time for a runner's age and gender divided by the runner's actual time; 100% is approximately world-record level, 90% is world class, 80% is national class, and 70% is regional class. Age-graded results are provided to allow participants to compare themselves to these standards and to other runners; they don't affect race awards.
At NYRR, we strive for our results to be as accurate as possible. If you are missing from the results or your information is incorrect, please use our Results Corrections Form. Most issues are resolved, and corrections made, on the first business day after the race. Corrections for the TCS New York City Marathon may take up to 30 days.
We accept results corrections for up to 30 days after an event. After that time, results are final and cannot be updated.