Running 13.1 Miles for Row New York: Meet Ethan Zubkoff

Running 13.1 Miles for Row New York: Meet Ethan Zubkoff

The United Airlines NYC Half Marathon is just around the corner and training is underway. Each year, Row New York is lucky to have amazing people run the half marathon for our charity team. Each runner is tasked with 13.1 miles and raising $1,500 on CrowdRise for Row New York.

In the act of running and fundraising, they help support Row New York’s year-round free rowing and academic programs and our free adaptive rowing programs for youth and adults with cognitive and physical disabilities.

This year’s run is slated for March 19th and we are excited to highlight each of our runners over the coming weeks (and share the inside scoop on the best places to run in New York City!). To kickoff our runner highlights, today we present Ethan Zubkoff.

To support Ethan’s $1,500 goal, donate here.

Ethan,

Why are you running for Row New York?
To support an organization that is quietly becoming one of the most important organizations in New York City.

Ethan

Ethan volunteering with Row New York’s Manhattan middle school team. Pictured at the top: Ethan during his days on Bucknell University’s rowing team.

Best place to go running?
Central Park.

What thought motivates you when you run?
“Just keep swimming.”

Is this your first half marathon?
Yes, first half marathon!

Thank you for running on behalf of Row New York, Ethan!