Coronavirus’s Toll on Marathons and Other Races: A 95% Drop
October 27, 2020
Last Sunday’s four-mile race in New York’s Central Park had no runners bunched shoulder-to-shoulder, no cowbell-clanging spectators. This race used to draw about 5,000 runners, but on Sunday, it capped at 300. This is what recovery looks like in the road-race industry. Read more on The Wall Street Journal.