Thank you for visiting the Get Your Rear in Gear - New York City event page. We look forward to seeing you on Sunday, June 9.
Date: June 9, 2013
Registration: 7 a.m.
Kids Fun Run: 8 a.m.
4 Mile Timed Run: 8:30 a.m.
4 Mile Walk: 8:30 a.m.
Enter the park at Lincoln Rd and Ocean Ave.
Please note this is a new location within the park.
View 2013 course map Updated!
Download transit and race course information.
Download the event brochure
Online registration closes June 5:
4 Mile Run/Walk
Youth (12 and under): $15
Kids' Fun Run (10 and under): $15
After June 5 and on race day:
4 Mile Run/Walk
Youth (12 and under): $20
Kids' Fun Run (10 and under): $20
Jack Rabbit Sports
Saturday, June 8th, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
151 7th Ave
Results & Photos
Photos by Miyan Levinson
Race in Action
New York City race helps educate physicians about gastrointestinal diseases in young adults
Form a Team
Form a team of ten or more participants to support a loved one, raise funds, or just to share the excitement on race day. Register your team online, then download a team packet for more information.
Make the most of your Get Your Rear In Gear experience. Check out our Pre-Race Fitness tips and develop the healthy lifestyle habits that will keep you moving on race day...and beyond.
Become a Fundraiser
Collecting funds for the cause is easy. Use our fundraising tips and ideas to make your campaign a success. Set up an online account and invite others to donate under your name.
Can't make it on race day? Do you want to honor a loved one or improve awareness in your community by supporting this event? Donations may be made on our secure online system.
Sponsor This Event
Want to see your company’s name on brochures, banners and t-shirts? Have a product to donate? Coupons for participants? Contact us about how to become a sponsor.
Visit the volunteer tab or contact the local event director listed below to volunteer for this race.
Share Your Story
Have you or someone you know been touched by colon or rectal cancer? Share your story or read about others who have been touched by the disease.
For more information, please contact:
Vanessa Lal Steinkamp