B’ZT trackers are appearing at NYC marathons to keep young runners safe! The NYC half marathon usually has more than 20,000 participants with this year being no exception. Young runners trained by Coach Juan at United Sports Clinic are running with B’ZT trackers imbedded in their clothing. They inspire us with their energy and ability to continue running in such a demanding activity.
Coach Juan is using the B’ZT technology to keep his young runners safe during the New York City Half Marathon. Marathons can be crowded so it is important to have a solution for keeping track of any children participating.
Race Description from HalfMarathon.com:
“Officially titled the United Airlines NYC Half Marathon, this race celebrates its 13th annual running this year, a race that brings more than 20,000 runners onto the streets of Manhattan for the race, which begins at the northern entrance to Prospect Park and ends on Central Park’s West Drive after a counterclockwise loop around the park.
From there, the race takes the field along Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn, then across the Manhattan Bridge and along FDR Drive toward Times Square. The last five miles of the race take runners north toward Central Park, making a loop around the park before crossing the finish line at 75th Street.”
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