A special tip of the cap to the Citywide Events team at the Office of the Mayor of NYC, the NYPD’s Finest, NYC’s Department of Transportation and the kind folks at East River State Park. In addition, cheers to the event partners listed below whose support and services are critical to the ongoing success of The Brooklyn Mile:

Brooklyn Running Company: The only independently-owned running shop in Brooklyn.

RunBK Apparel: Boutique running lifestyle apparel brand whose pieces are designed in Brooklyn. “Cross the Bridge”. Available exclusively in NYC at the Brooklyn Running Company, Finish Line Physical Therapy and Mile High Run Club.

Nike: Nike’s mission is to bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete* through access to a global community, premium product, and elite services.
*If you have a body you are an athlete.

Finish Line Physical Therapy: The official Pre-hab, Re-hab and Recovery Partner of The Brooklyn Mile

RunSmart Project: The official Coaching Service of The Brooklyn Mile. Custom workouts will be provided to all participants using RunSmart’s VDOT O2 techonology.

Two Trees Management, Co.: Founded in 1968, Two Trees is a Brooklyn-based, family-owned real estate development firm. Two Trees is best known for transforming Dumbo into a residential neighborhood and their development of the former Domino Sugar property along our course on Kent Avenue.

Wharton Health: The Whartons have been providing simple solutions to complicated muscular conditions for over twenty years. For years they have been considered the “gold standard” in the field of musculoskeletal health and fitness.

Essentia: Essentia is ionized for smooth taste, increased alkalinity and better rehydration. More than just water, it’s ionized hydration.

Mile High Run Club: Mile High Run Club is NYC’s only boutique running studio experience. Their classes provide a motivating and fun training experience where both beginning and competitive runners train side-by-side and benefit from expert coaching, programs and instruction on running form. Since they opened their doors in November 2014 so many runners have benefited from the guidance and challenge provided by their studio classes, who then take that knowledge to the streets by applying techniques learned to outdoor runs and races.

Sponsorship inquiries should be directed to

Mile High Run Club