Sandy will not put a dent in the city’s plans to hold the NYC Marathon next Tuesday, reported the Huffington Post this morning.
The biggest challenge for this New York City Marathon on Sunday could be getting to the start, not the finish.
The mayor of storm-battered New York says the race is still on, but flying in runners from out of town will be tricky, and there may not be a subway to get everyone to the starting line.
Superstorm Sandy shut down transportation, closed airports, flooded streets and left scores of neighborhoods without power – formidable obstacles for the organizers.
Still, they were moving forward with plans Tuesday, leaving open the possibility of changes from past years.
“The marathon has always been a special day for New Yorkers as a symbol of the vitality and resiliency of this city,” New York Road Runners President Mary Wittenberg said in a statement.
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