The San Francisco Marathon Celebrates 40th Anniversary

This year’s event was the largest ever in the race’s history, with more than 80,000 spectators cheering along the course and at the Finish Line Festival. Jorge Maravilla and Devin McMahon were the 1st Place winners of the Full Marathon. More

Race Week Events

Looking to get some final quick runs in before Race Day? Partners of The San Francisco Marathon are hosting various events during race week. More

A better whey to fulfill your nutritional needs!

For the perfect pre-, during, and/or post-run energy boost, try out this super simple and yummy recipe for Chocolate Protein Energy Bites. More

5 Reasons to Run the 2nd Half Marathon at #TSFM2017

Fast, flat, scenic, and iconic. Tour San Francisco's gems in the 2nd Half Marathon. More

Track & Trail Training with RUN365 and On

Track & Trail events to kick off RUN365's 12 Week training program. More

For the love of running…a time for goals and time for fun!

“I have never lost the love of running just for the sake of running,” says Karnazes. “Sometimes, I just like to go on a run with no goals in mind, just choose a new route. I am always changing things up for the love of running. I never run the same route two days in a row.” More

The San Francisco Marathon Course: Mile 26

The home stretch! Mile 26 takes runners through the South of Market District, passing AT&T Park, stretching along the Embarcadero, past the Bay Bridge, and ending at Folsom Street. More

The San Francisco Marathon Course: Mile 25

Mile 25 runs along the waterfront on Terry Francois Boulevard from 19th Street to Pier 48 in the Mission Bay neighborhood. In the 1850s, the area was used for shipbuilding and repair, butchery and meat production, and oyster and clam fishing. Now, this neighborhood is chock-full of new construction, namely new condo developments and ... More

The San Francisco Marathon Course: Mile 24

        Mile 24 takes runners through the industrial-chic Dogpatch neighborhood, a historically gritty seaport that has recently evolved into one of San Francisco’s most quickly developed neighborhoods. This mile of the course travels down Indiana Street, across 22nd Street for a few blocks, then up ... More

The San Francisco Marathon Course: Mile 23

Mile 23 takes runners through the Potrero Hill neighborhood, down 16th street to 17th and Pennsylvania Avenue, heading east toward the San Francisco Bay. More