12 October 2023
Congratulations to all runners that took on and completed the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay New York! - check out the full results here.
90 teams from the city’s biggest businesses took to the start line but it was Citi 1 that not only took the title but retained their victory from last year, completing the 10 laps of the one-mile course in an astounding time of 53:49!
Competing fiercely for top spot were Barclays in second place with a time of 55:21 and Jump Trading 1 who came in 3rd just six seconds later with a running time of 55:27. The title for the fastest mixed team went to Morgan Stanley Rates with a time of 1:02:37 and the award for fastest female team went to FastHER from Bloomberg, with a time of 1:17:28.
Individually, the fastest runners on the night were Ashley Montgomery from Scotiabank and Aaron Breene from Bloomberg.
Big congratulations also to the most active members of the Club App, Colin Lang and Johanna Pastorkovich!
This year the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay will take place in ten cities across the world! The baton is now being handed to Singapore who race on 19th of October.
Going The Extra Mile
When you participate in physical activity through the Square Mile Club, you're helping to support these charitable causes. Every step you make is having an impact on the world. Further to the US$390,000 donated across the 13 race cities, an additional US$350,000 is split across our three Bloomberg Square Mile Club Partners.
New York - The Extra Mile
Global Community. Local impact.
Every participant in the race will be able to make an impact through our community program, The Extra Mile. The Extra Mile addresses unique social challenges in communities where we live and work, through three philanthropy pillars: Education, Public Health and Social Justice & Equality.
Every mile run will contribute towards raising a USD$30,000 donation by the end of the event, which will be donated to The Never Forget Fund, in support of The Extra Mile partner in New York, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. The Never Forget Fund supports the 9/11 Memorial & Museum’s educational programs and helps preserve its significance as a sacred place of remembrance, reflection and learning for a new generation.
Through your participation we are working towards supporting thousands of young people to tackle discrimination in their community through sport and physical activity.
We also encourage all participants to Go The Extra Mile beyond their participation, and register for our free-to-access Square Mile Club, where every point earned through your activity will further contribute to making a lasting and tangible impact at a global level.
Race Village opens. Captains arrive to register and collect race bibs
Team members to have arrived
Official race briefing
First runners in race pens
Race finish and After-party
Race Village closes
Check out the 2023 race highlights