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      • New York, United States (5)
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      Columbus CircleNovember 1, 2011
      Plaza
      • New York, United States

      If you get here early enough, you can get a spot near the front to watch the elites finish the NYC Marathon. It gets crowded as the day goes on.

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      The Metropolitan Museum of ArtNovember 1, 2011
      Art Museum
      • New York, United States

      You often see the NYC Marathon being won behind the museum, where only one or two runners will be holding on at the front. The crowds aren't too thick, and you're not far from the family meeting area.

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      Marcus Garvey ParkNovember 1, 2011
      Park
      • New York, United States

      The NYC Marathon route includes three of the four sides of the park, eventually rejoining Fifth Avenue. You can walk across the park to see friends or family members who are running a second time.

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      116th St And 1st AvenueNovember 1, 2011
      Home
      • United States

      There are far fewer crowds so you get a better view of the NYC Marathon. And if you're watching someone, you can easily jog over to Fifth Avenue and see them again.

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      The Food EmporiumNovember 1, 2011
      Supermarket
      • New York, United States

      There's a retaining wall on the 59th Street side that you can stand on to watch runners coming off the bridge during the NYC Marathon.

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      Gordan TriangleNovember 1, 2011
      Plaza
      • Queens, United States

      The crowds in Queens tend to be less overwhelming than those in Manhattan during the NYC Marathon. See runners here before they tackle the big Queensboro Bridge.

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      Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)November 1, 2011
      Opera House
      • Brooklyn, United States

      It’s near the 8-mile mark of the NYC Marathon, so you can make it back in time to meet your runner in Central Park. And, it’s easily accessible by a whole slew of subway trains via Atlantic Terminal.

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      Pre's RockMay 20, 2011
      Historic Site
      • Eugene, United States

      Memorial at the site where University of Oregon standout Steve Prefontaine died in a car crash in 1975 at age 24. At the time of his death, "Pre" held every U.S. record from 2,000 to 10,000 meters. Read more

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      Heartbreak HillMay 20, 2011
      Trail
      • Newton, United States

      In the 1936 Boston Marathon, John A. Kelley passed leader Ellison Brown here, patting him on the back. Brown took the lead and won. The Boston Globe's Jerry Nason named the incline "Heartbreak Hill."

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      Hayward FieldMay 20, 2011
      Track
      • Eugene, United States

      Originally built in 1919; rebuilt in 2007 in advance of the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials. The Oregon Track Club hosts All-Comers meets on Wednesday and Thursday nights in the summer; registration is $3. Read more

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