Rough Water Forces Swim Event Cancellation at 'Escape from Alcatraz' TriathlonConditions on the bay made it dangerous for safety personnel in kayaks and on paddle boards to be in the water to help keep the swimmers safe.
Guide To The 'Escape From Alcatraz Triathalon'Its grueling course begins with a 1.5-mile swim from a boat off of Alcatraz, transitions to an 18-mile bike ride and concludes with an 8-mile run that includes a 400-step Equinox sand ladder. Join in on rubbing it in the faces of those would-be escapees, or just watch from the sidelines — this year's race may be the best ever...
'Escape From Alcatraz' Triathlon Couple Get Rude Welcome In SF When Their Bikes Are StolenTalk about San Francisco hospitality at its worst.
Australian Woman, Oregon Man Win Escape From Alcatraz Triathlon In San FranciscoAustralia’s Ashleigh Gentle and Portland, Oregon’s Eric Lagerstrom won Sunday’s 35th annual Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon in San Francisco, a spokeswoman for the race said.
GEICO’s 15 Things To Do In The Bay AreaTake a culinary romp through the Sonoma Food Tour, enjoy the sites & sounds of Union Street Festival in San Francisco and "Escape from Alcatraz" at the Marina Green. Just some of the things to do this week in the Bay Area!
Dutch Scientists Claim To Have Solved Mystery Of 1962 Alcatraz Prisoner EscapeDutch scientists claim to have solved the mystery of the infamous escape from Alcatraz, and they say the Hollywood version got it all wrong.
History of Alcatraz In Movies & TelevisionIt has been 80 years since our infamous little island in the Bay was turned into a Federal Penitentiary...
Alcatraz Marks 50 Years Since Escape Of 3 PrisonersFor 20th century crime buffs, few capers match the intrigue and ingenuity of the “Escape from Alcatraz,” the 1962 prison break three inmates pulled off.
Best Movies Set in San FranciscoFog! Earthquakes! Must have hills in the city of St. Francis. Steep ones, too. Ask Steve McQueen, who starred in the 1968 vehicle, Bullitt.
Saratoga 9-Year-Old Completes Swim From AlcatrazSharks and treacherous currents kept most Alcatraz prisoners in place, but a 9-year-old boy has made the swim from the one-time prison island to San Francisco in 41 minutes.