Lower Manhattan in New York City was teeming with runners on Tuesday, May 22, 2007 as thousands raced past the Ground Zero on a circuitous 5 kilometer route.
The run itself was dubbed “American Heart Association Start! Wall Street Run & Heart Walk” and was intended to raise awareness on the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle and the prevention of heart disease and stroke.
One brave soul participated from the office and we applauded as he ran by – just in front of “New York’s Best Kept Secret, Century 21.”
I am once again reminded by this experience that I need to get back to my little Dolphin Gym in NYC’s East Village more often.
May 25th, 2007
Entry Filed under: East Village, New York City