Empire State 10K | Syracuse, NY | Sunday October 14, 2018
Up for a fast, fun, flat and family-friendly race? The Empire State Marathon’s 10K in Syracuse, NY is the perfect choice. Central New York’s beautiful peak autumn foliage, a wide open flat course, and a start and finish on the field of a pro ballpark!
Stick around after the race to party at the finish festival in NBT Bank Stadium. Celebrate with finishers from all distances, rock with live bands, and pick up some amazing ESM gear to remember the race.
Start behind home plate on the field at NBT Bank Stadium. Make your way to Onondaga Lake Parkway, then into Onondaga Lake Park. Circle around and return to Onondaga Lake Parkway, and NBT Bank Stadium. Run around the left field side of the stadium, enter onto the field, and finish behind home plate! Then rock out with live bands and get a massage.
Course Limit is 3 hours for the 10K. To finish before the cut off, you must average approximately a 18:00 per mile pace.
Aide stations will be at or about miles 1.5, 3, and 4.5.
Toilet facilities in NBT Bank Stadium at the start and finish. Port-a-johns at or about mile 3.
Race Weekend Info
Packet Pick Up
Saturday, October 13th, 2018 from 10 am to 5 pm at Fleet Feet Sports
Post Race Party: All distances party together! 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. in NBT Bank Stadium. Complimentary massages for runners following the race provided by Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage. Music by live bands throughout the day.
Race photos will be posted by Monday afternoon
Divisions & Awards
This event is timed by Leone Timing and Results and uses the B-Tag timing system with the timing chip attached to the back of your race bib. Race bibs should be worm on the front of your shirt.
Overall Male and Female
Male Age Group – 14-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50+
Female Age Group – 14-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50+
Commemorative awards will be given to the Top 3 Overall Male and Female Runners in the Marathon, and to the Top 3 Male and Female in each age group.
As in prior years, a portion of the proceeds from the Empire State Marathon will be donated to Kelleigh’s Cause to fund research to find a cure for Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM). Visit Kelleigh.org for more information on AVM and Kelleigh’s story.