Bay To Breakers
Organizers and law enforcement officials will once again enforce a ban on alcohol and floats this year.
It’s wild and wacky, and you haven’t really been to the city by the bay unless you experience the Zazzle Bay to Breakers race. You get extra points if you actually run, but you can still feel the essence of this classic event even from the sidelines. Become a part of this made-in-San-Francisco memory whether you run the whole race, the free final mile or the five steps to the expo’s snack and drink stands.
More than 50,000 people ran and walked the streets of San Francisco during Sunday’s centennial Bay to Breakers footrace, which had fewer arrests for rowdiness.
A man fell off a roof while celebrating Sunday’s 100th annual Bay to Breakers race across San Francisco, a police sergeant said.
A 29-year-old man from Morocco was the first runner to cross the finish line Sunday morning in the 2011 Bay to Breakers race in San Francisco.
Tens of thousands of runners crossed the finish line Sunday morning for a centennial 7-mile footrace through San Francisco.
Bay to Breakers organizers are hoping a new zero-tolerance alcohol policy will help usher in a more responsible, sponsor-friendly era.
Elite runners from the Bay Area taking part in this Sunday’s Bay to Breakers race said they approve of the new rules meant to crack down on public drunkenness and rowdy behavior.
Anyone who refuses to put down the alcohol as they run, walk or stumble the Bay To Breakers in May could find themselves stuck in the drunk tent.
The 2011 Bay to Breakers race has signed a new title sponsor just nine weeks before the event’s centennial, organizers announced Friday.