This is the year you knock the world’s most epic race off your bucket list.
Ulman Foundation is excited to build a team to run in the world’s biggest marathon while supporting young adults with cancer in the TCS New York City Marathon.
Currently, all 2023 team Ulman bibs have been claimed for the NYC Marathon. By filling out our form you will be added to the 2024 waitlist!
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To become a registered Team Ulman runner, you must commit to fundraising a minimum of $3,200. (This does not include the NY Road Runners registration fee.)
About the TCS New York Marathon
The TCS New York Marathon is recognized as the largest marathon in the world, and one of the most competitive to qualify for. The course takes runners through the five boroughs of New York City, offering one of the most unique ways to experience the city.
Why Join Team Ulman?
Ulman Foundation provides:
- Guaranteed entry into the TCS New York City Marathon
- Ulman Custom Jersey & jacket
- Free virtual training opportunity with HK Runco
- Race weekend experience (epic cheer squad), including pre-race team luncheon on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2023
Cancer Changes Lives – So Can YOU!
A cancer diagnosis between the ages of 15 and 39 is nearly eight times more common than such a diagnosis during the first 15 years of life. Despite advances in early detection, treatment, and prevention, there’s been no improvement within the last 30 years in survival rates for this particular age group — and in fact, the gap between the survival rates of young adults and those of cancer patients in other age groups is widening.
By running on Team Ulman, you make it possible for adolescents and young adults with cancer to have access to essential resources and psychosocial programs provided through the Foundation, including; Patient Navigations services, Ulman House – the country’s only FREE hospitality home for young adults and their caregivers, Cancer to 5K – a program designed to introduce or reintroduce cancer survivors to physical activity, among countless other support groups and social programs.