The big day is almost here... When friends cross the finish line, shaming you for still being in bed after noon.
It's the NYC Marathon, and whether you're in the race, watching from the sidelines or avoiding the entire athletic event altogether, you want to know about it.
The 26.2 mile race begins around 9A in Staten Island, then continues in waves through Brooklyn, up to Long Island City, across the Queensboro bridge, up First Ave to the Bronx and back down Fifth Ave to the finish line at Central Park.
NYC Marathon Notebook: Tips on where & how to watch the race http://fw.to/mBhTfyS
Everything you need to know about this year's New York City Marathon http://ow.ly/U3TXi pic.twitter.com/gfgGVx539S
Here's where to go for the best views of the NYC Marathon tomorrow http://cntrvlr.co/5Cn7zGK #tcsnycmarathon pic.twitter.com/NDYiy0fxff
@nycmarathon Numerous street closures citywide Sun 11/1 in support of the 2015 #TCSNYCMarathon. More info & map at: http://bit.ly/1NcXtKQ
Meet the NYC marathon's oldest runner; he's about to turn 95 http://usat.ly/1MnhE5F via @usatoday
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Numerous bridge and street closures will be in effect citywide from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Sunday, 11/1/15, in support of the 2015 TCS New York City Marathon, including the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. In addition, the upper level of the bridge will be closed in both directions beginning at 11:00 PM tonight for roadway preparation. For further information visit: http://www.tcsnycmarathon.org/race-day/course. Also see the attached map of the event route and full list of road closures. For help finding an alternate route, call 511 or visit http://www.511NY.org. For other marathon-related roadway closures throughout the city, call the NYC hotline at 311. Please see the following map of the marathon: http://www.tcsnycmarathon.org/sites/default/files/pictures/TCSNYCM15%20…