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FC: ING NEW YORK CITY MARATHON 2011

1: United logo was included on various signage at the Marathon Health & Fitness Expo at the Javits Center

2: NYRR's out-of-home ad campaign for the 2011 Marathon ran for four weeks prior to the race

3: Poster at subway entrances around the five boroughs

4: Gearing up for the Official Blue Line Painting ceremony by the Finish Line in Central Park

5: NYC officials at the ceremony

6: Apolo Ohno, Jennie Finch and Mark Messier during a the Marathon race-week press conference at the Marathon Pavilion (Tavern on the Green)

7: Other celebrity runners posing after the press conference

8: Meb Keflezighi and Edison Peña kicking off Marathon Weekend at the inaugural Opening Ceremony in Central Park on Friday, Nov 4

9: Runners with their family and friends enjoying a spectacular fireworks show to top off the Opening Ceremony

10: Winner of the NYRR Dash to the Finish Line 5K crossing the Marathon Finish Structure on Saturday morning, Nov 5

11: Tower structure listing all the sponsors outside the main entrance to the Marathon Pavilion (Tavern on the Green)

12: United VIP tent inside the Marathon Start Village (Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island) on race morning, Sunday, Nov 6

13: United runners and guests enjoying the amenities inside the VIP tent

14: There was even a jazz band that entertained United's runners as they waited for the race to start

15: One of the Marathon welcome structures at the entrances to the Start Village

16: Tower structure in the Blue zone at the Start Village. These towers were also installed in the Orange and Green zones.

17: National anthem singer at the Start Stage with Mayor Bloomberg and various NYC officials just before the official start of the race

18: And off they go!

19: Marathon participants running past the Start Stage on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

20: Tower structure along the Marathon Course with logos of all Principal Sponsors

21: One of United's five entertainment zones along the 26.2-mile Course to help cheer the runners on

22: Marathon trackboards along crowded First Avenue in Manhattan

23: United logo on the Mile 25 Banner inside Central Park

24: Mesh fencing along Central Park South. More mesh fencing was also installed inside Central Park leading up to the Finish Line.

25: United's main entertainment stage at Columbus Circle

26: United trackboards along the Grandstand bleachers near the Finish Line

27: Floating trackboards with Principal Sponsors' logos leading up to the Marathon Finish Line

28: United sign at the Finish Line Grandstand bleachers

29: All runners received a Heat Sheet after completing the race

30: Pro women starting the Marathon in Staten Island

31: Pro men starting the race in Staten Island

32: Winner of the Men's Wheelchair race

33: Winner of the Women's Wheelchair race

34: Awards ceremony for Wheelchair winners

35: Winner of the Women's race crossing the Finish with Mayor Mike Bloomberg holding the finish tape

36: Top 2 Female winners following the Awards Ceremony

37: Winner of the Men's race crossing the Finish with NY Police Commissioner Ray Kelly holding the tape

38: Awards ceremony for Male winners

39: Runners crossing the Finish Line

40: Press conference at the Marathon Pavilion the day after the race

41: 2011 Marathon winners at the press conference on Monday, Nov 7

42: Logo on the jumbotron at the Finish Line inside Central Park

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