NYRR Van Cortlandt Park Cross Country #1

NYRR Van Cortlandt Park Cross Country #1
Date Oct 2023 (TBD)
Distance 5k
Course Type Trail

Race Information

Join the New York Road Runners at scenic Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx for a cross country race series. The first race in October, the NYRR Van Cortlandt Park XC #1, is followed by a second race, the NYRR Van Cortlandt Park XC #2, scheduled in November.

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