July 2019 Recap

W1D1 This past month we’ve seen many runs labeled “W1D1” on Strava and Garmin, signifying the start of marathon training (Week 1, Day 1). There are many marathons this upcoming fall but the W1D1 is specific to the marathon in our very own city, the TCS NYC Marathon! Of course, there are many more fall …

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2019 Queens 10K

A month has passed and we are still feeling the outcome of the Queens 10K. Butterflies and positive energy had come to Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Whether it was a good race or a not-so-good race, we can all agree that it was a gathering that we will not forget: a high standard was set …

June 2019 Recap

June, when you start to get excited about marathon training but then remember how hot it is! June is all about looking forward to Fall marathons, checking back on previous cycles, thinking about a training plan, and deciding that it may be a good idea to wake up very early in order to get a …

May 2019 Recap

After a very busy April filled with many marathons and PRs, May brought us warmer weather, rainy days, a club points race, and a reset to many of our training cycles. Many of us will now start focusing on training for shorter distances in the summer to build up for the fall marathons. Training for …

2019 Popular Brooklyn Half

We did it once again! 122 athletes represented Queens Distance at the popular NYRR Brooklyn Half this past Saturday, May 18! We had a blast both running 13.1 miles from Prospect Park to Coney Island, and cheering at Mile 10. View this post on Instagram 📸: @horseandducksports The ones that woke up real early not …

2019 Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run & 5K Run-Walk

Welcome to another edition of Ed’s Calm Corner! This post will be a post-race edition instead of the usual pre-race posts. Queens Distance just had another amazing weekend with teammates participating in many races in and outside of NYC. Races included the St. Louis Marathon, the President Lincoln’s Half, Rockaway Spring Half, the Boomer’s Cystic …