Van Cortlandt Stadium in New York City, New York - runtrack.run
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Van Cortlandt Stadium

400m track in New York City, NY
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New York City
Location
Van Cortlandt Stadium, Van Cortlandt Park Greenway, Fieldston, Bronx, Bronx County, New York City, New York, 10471, USA
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Approximate lengths of straights/curves
109m/91m
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The tracks at public shools are generally open to the public outside of the times for school and after school activities.
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Running at tracks owned by private schools or the military is generally forbidden.
For track workouts around here; Williamsbridge Playground might suit you.
Van Cortlandt Park and Fort Tryon Park are popular places to run not far from here.

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