Maimonides Medical Center is a 711-bed non-profit tertiary care provider in Brooklyn, New York. It operates the largest hospital in Brooklyn as well as the borough's only full-service Cancer Center. Maimonides physicians are nationally known for clinical excellence, innovation and groundbreaking research. An independent teaching and research institution, Maimonides is a major clinical training site for the SUNY Downstate College of Medicine. Founded in 1911, the Medical Center continues to grow and adapt to the needs of Brooklyn's patients and families. Maimonides is an affiliate of Northwell Health. For additional information on the nationally recognized clinical services at Maimonides Medical Center, please visit www.maimo.org
Every runner will receive a specially-designed Brooklyn Pride Run tech t-shirt and a custom engraved Brooklyn Pride Run finisher’s medal.
Top 3 F/M/X Overall
Top 1 F/M/X Age Group Finishers: 13 & Under, 14-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69 and 70+
RACE DAY PACKET PICKUP
at Event Site starting at 8:30am: Bartel-Pritchard Lot
There will be no same-day registration
Hurry; Register 3 weeks in advance to get a personalized Race Number!
Brooklyn Pride welcomes organizations to get involved with our event. For groups of ten people or more, please reach out to the race organizers at [email protected] for more information about special pricing.
NOTE: Group registration requires a single payment for all participants in advance, and then a code is provided for individuals to register themselves.
Front Runners New York is an LGBT running club with organized long runs, speed training, multisport workouts, socials events, and much, much more. The club is a supportive community for athletes of all ability levels and interest. Everyone is welcome to join fun runs on Wednesday night and Saturday morning in Manhattan, and Tuesday night in Brooklyn.
Runners with questions should contact: [email protected]
LIVE Online/Email/Text Results and FREE Video & Same-day finish line pics
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Brooklyn Pride, Inc. strives to increase visibility, acceptance, and inclusion, ensuring equality for the LGBTQIA+ Community. We achieve this through Pride and community events that commemorate, educate, promote, and celebrate the Spirit of the Stonewall Riots. In continuation of this mission, the Volunteer Grant program seeks to support and celebrate local non-profit organizations that provide direct support services to the LGBTQIA+ community. Brooklyn Pride, Inc. is accepting applications for the program from now until May 1, 2022. Don't wait - apply today!