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The New York Arm Wrestling Association is a not-for-profit sports
organization dedicated to the promotion of Arm Wrestling in New
York City for more than 26 years. Events are held year 'round for
Amateurs, Pros, Military, Wheelchair, High School, Grammar School
and College. For more information, schedules, pictures, results
and much more check out their website at:
N E W Y O R K A R M W R E S T L I N G . C O M
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Stadium - River Ave/161 St., Bronx - Home to the NY Yankees
Home of our American League Yankees Baseball team who've
won a record 26 World Series Championships. Located in the
Bronx, this Stadium has had it's share of controversy and
fame. So much so that our Home Team have become a household
name across America. Ok ok, well almost.
Horse Racing in New York's been around for quite awhile. Heck,
people come from miles and miles away just to join in the fun. From
visiting the tracks by bus, train or car to betting at the local
OTB, racing's got lot's of fans in NY. Wanna' be one of them?...................."and
it's pinstripe by a nose!"
Can't say I'm a good rider...'been thrown off a few though...'Oh,
you meant horses? I thought we were talking about my Great Dane.
Oh well, nonetheless there are opportunities within the NYC area
to go riding. Yup! 'that's right, riding. Have fun!
There are races going on in New York City during any season of
the year. From Winter, Spring, Summer to Fall you'll find competitions,
fund-raisers and all sorts of athletic fare on the track and field.
Heck, we even run through the freezing cold of New Year's Eve. Now
is that dedicated or what?
Just as there are so many race and track/field events going on
in the city all the time, there are also those many cycling events.
Although they usually take place during the warmer months you're
bound to find a bevy of biking opportunities within New York City.
There's plenty to do in NYC when it comes to bicycles: Shows, Races,
Tours and so much more. Take
a look at New Yorkled's Bicycle Events Page.
Street Y - New York's Leading Cultural Center
Quite a number of sports for you to partake in at the Y. Aquatics,
Racquetball, Tai-Chi, Basketball & Volleyball, Personal Nutrition
Counseling, Body Building, Yoga, Kick Boxing and much more are available
Square Garden - 7th Ave at 32nd Street, Manhattan - Home to the
NY Knicks & Rangers
The fourth building on Manhattan Island to bear this name, the
present Madison Square Garden is probably the most famous indoor
arena in Ameria. It's not just Hockey or Basketball that's played
here. Plenty of the Sports and Entertainment spectaculars have and
will take place here. From Rock Concerts, Boxing Matches and Religious
and Cultural events, this site has it all. 'heck, even Ringling
Brothers Circus can be found here virtually every year.
There are a number of outdoor skating rinks located within the
NYC area. Uptown there's the Lasker Rink at the northern most side
of Central Park and the Wollman Rink much further south near the
southeastern corner of the park. Of course there's also Rockefeller
Rink which is quite an attraction during the holiday season, and
Kate Wollman Rink in Prospect Park Brooklyn. There are others as
- National Tennis Center - Flushing Meadow, Queens
It was in 1881 that the first U.S. National Championship for men
is held at the Newport Casino, Newport, RI. In 1978 it moved to
the National Tennis Center in Flushing
Meadow, NY. In 1997 Arthur Ashe Stadium, named
after the great tennis star who won the US Open in 1968,
the largest tennis stadium in the world, seating 23,000, opened
to capacity crowds. This site has been the focus of many millions
around the world for many years.
Piers Sports Complex - 23rd Street off the Hudson River
Chelsea's got it all. Located at the very site where Luxury Liners
unloaded passengers at the turn of the century, where even thousands
of immigrants came ashore to the Manhattan Island border, this particular
site's got sporting entertainment of virtually everything you can
think of...Heck! They've even got a golfing range. There's plenty
to do here and plenty of ongoing events not only in the Summer but
throughout the year. Come join in the fun!
Park - 1904 Surf Ave/Coney Island, Brooklyn - Home to the Mets'
minor league affiliate team, the Brooklyn Cyclones
It was on January 31, 2001 that Mayor Rudolf Giuliani announced
the new New York Mets' 6,500-seat minor league ballpark, under construction
at Steeplechase Park in Coney Island, would be officially namedKeySpan
Park. Home of the Brooklyn Cyclones, the New York Mets' Class A
minor league affiliate
On Monday June 25th, 2001, baseball returned to Brooklyn for the
first time in 44 years, when the Brooklyn Cyclones played their
first home game at this ballpark. With a seating capacity of more
than 6,500 this stadium hosted the first world class boxing match
in the area in over 50 years on July 7, 2001. It was the Hector
"Macho" Camacho Jr. vs. Jesse James Leija bout.
The debut of the Mets' minor league affiliate marked the first
time Brooklyn baseball fans celebrated Opening Day on their own
turf since Walter O'Malley broke their hearts by moving the Dodgers
to Los Angeles after the 1957 season.
Transit Authority which owns this park leases it to Manhattan College
for athletic events. The college then subleases the park to the
Gaelic Athletic Association, which hosts cultural, sporting and
other events at the site.