At 7 a.m. June 20 at the new Macombs Dam Park, just south of the new Yankee Stadium, Yes the Bronx volunteers were setting up for the first road race to be run at the Joseph Yancey Track and the surrounding Legends Field ballfields. This Run for Your Life race had been in the making for months and would serve as part of Yes the Bronx’s Project Obesity initiative, to combat obesity and re-energize the borough. The time finally came to set up the balloons and banners we’d long waited to use. We may have been the only people there for the race that early, but we weren’t alone in the park. Dozens of children, teens, and adults were using the space to stretch, run, and even play soccer. Then the runners started to arrive. Nike Air Max 2016 Heren More and more Bronxites and other New Yorkers eagerly lined up to get their bib number and enter the track to stretch and warm up. adidas nmd schoenen Once everyone was registered, the fun began.