Race Day Information
Sunday, October 17th
Race Day Schedule
6:30 AM: Day of Registration Opens
6:45 AM: Sweat Check Opens
7:45 AM: Pre-Race Announcements
7:50 AM: Day of Registration Closes
8:00 AM: 10K Starts 8:05AM: 5K Starts
* Please not there will not be an awards ceremony for any events this year due to COVID-19 mitigations. Awards will be handed out from the awards table, as results are available. All awards must be picked up at the event, as we are unable to mail out awards
Race Morning Procedure
Race day registration opens at 6:30am. Please arrive in the event venue with plenty of time to register and get situated prior to the event. Race day registration closes at 7:50am for all participants, regardless of event.
All participants must wear their assigned bib number on the front of the shirt while on course. If you need safety pins for your bibs, please visit the race day registration table
Athletes are encouraged to arrive at the race site early. Athletes will NOT be allowed to park at Sports Basement Presidio on event day. There will be designated parking areas (listed below); please follow the directions of the parking attendants.
1.East Beach Parking Lot (FREE) E Beach, San Francisco, CA 94129
2. Palace of Fine Arts Park (PAID) 3381 Lyon St, San Francisco, CA 94123
3. Wave Organ Parking Lot (PAID) 83 Marina Green Dr, San Francisco, CA 94123
Please be courteous; and only park in designated parking areas. For more information, please consult the parking map.
Please plan to watch the event from the race site as much as you can. Any additional traffic on the course only adds to your and the community’s inconvenience.
Lost & Found
During the event, Lost & Found is at the Volunteer Check-In tent. After the conclusion of the event, please contact JCYC to locate any missing items.
*All unclaimed items will be donated after 30 days
Both the 5K and the 10K start on Old Mason Street across from Sports Basement. Runners make a left through the East Beach parking lot and then a left on the San Francisco Bay Trail which parallels the water. The turnaround is located just before Fort Point. Runners make their way back on the paved path next to Old Mason Street.
5K runners will make a left to cut through Crissy Field and make their way to the finish, while 10K runners will continue straight for a second loop before finishing through Crissy Field just like the 5K’ers. This route is fast, flat, and scenic with beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, Alcatraz and more! For more information, please consult the course maps found later in this packet.
For your safety, stay inside coned lanes when available, be alert to motorists and follow the rules of the road. Arrows, signs, law enforcement and volunteers will help you throughout the bike and run courses.
Participants are encouraged to carry their own hydration along the course for this year’s SF Aloha Run for Solidarity. However, should a participant elect not to there will be one aid station location on course.
Keeping COVID-19 mitigation in mind the aid station will be self-served and will consist of 8oz water bottles. We ask that participants take advantage of all aid station tables and avoid crowding when possible.
The medical area is for participants only; family members are not allowed. Overcrowding in the medical area prevents the medical staff from doing their job. For information on an athlete receiving medical treatment, please wait outside the medical tent for updates on the athlete’s condition.