The New York City Marathon, in, of all places, New York City a 4:06. Beat my previous NYC time by about 5 minutes. I’ll take it. Had a hope of sub4 until the last 3 miles. Story of my life. Where was this time in the last 6? Oh well. Fun fact: New York City Marathon founder Fred Lebow founded the race in 1970. It was held entirely in Central Park for the first years until it was moved to the streets in 1976 for America’s bicentennial. Lebow died of brain cancer in 1994. A memorial statue to him, named “Forever at the Finish Line”, is moved annually from its typical location on the East Drive at Central Park to the finish every year so that the old race director can continue to supervise his race.