Swim, Bike, Run.

Athletes to End Alzheimer’s® is an initiative started by CaringKind to give endurance athletes the opportunity to participate in the events that they love while working to end Alzheimer’s disease, the nation’s sixth-leading cause of death. Via triathlons, bikeathons or marathons athletes across the greater NYC area will come together to support the millions affected by the disease and those who care for them. Join us as we swim, bike and run to reclaim the future of millions and end Alzheimer’s.

Learn more about the perks of joining our team.

  • Sunday, March 20

    NYC Half

    United Airlines Half Marathon

    A 13.1 mile race featuring a field of 15,000 runners who will enjoy an iconic NYC experience.

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                  <h4>TD Five Boro Bike Tour</h4> <p>A 40-mile five borough ride through NYC on closed roads. There’s no better way to experience the Big Apple!</p>
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  • Saturday, May 14

    TackleALZ NYC

    TackleALZ NYC

    A volunteer-driven flag-football event that brings the passion and spirit of young community leaders together.

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  • Sunday, July 24

    NYC Triathlon

    Panasonic NYC Triathlon

    An Olympic Distance race consisting of a 0.93-mile swim, a 24.8-mile bike, and a 6.2-mile run through Central Park.

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  • Sunday, November 6

    NYC Marathon

    TCS NYC Marathon

    The world's biggest and most popular marathon covering 26.2 miles, with nearly 50,000 finishers.

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    Manhattan Walk

    General Athletic Event

    Participating in an event not listed but still want to join the team? Join Athletes to End Alzheimer's.

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