Registering for the New York City Marathon

New York City Marathon pic
New York City Marathon pic
New York City Marathon

Since 2009, Mary Margaret Penrose has taught aspiring legal minds at Texas A&M’s School of Law as a law professor, winning the AALS Teacher of the Year Award in 2013-2014 for her efforts. In 2017, she received the Texas A&M Former Students’ Association Distinguished Teaching Award – a University-wide award at Texas A&M.

Apart from her work, Mary Margaret “Meg” Penrose enjoys running endurance races and has completed the New York City Marathon. The New York City Marathon is an excellent choice for a first – or an only – marathon. Traversing through the five boroughs, it is truly a tour of New York.

Each year, the entry window for the New York City Marathon opens in mid-January and closes in mid-February. It is only during this time period that marathon hopefuls are able to enter into a chance drawn to see if their name is chosen as one of the lucky participants. Based on select criteria, some runners may be offered a guaranteed spot in the race, but they still must sign up for the race during this month-long registration window.

The registration cost for New York Road Runners is $255; the cost non-members is $295–both prices contingent on United States citizenship. Non-U.S. Citizens, which include residents of Puerto Rico and other American territories, can participate for the cost of $358.


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