Contributed by Jenni Dubman, a 2018 Ambassador for The Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon.
It was a day just like any other… just kidding. My alarm went off in the dead of night at 3:30am. This was no ordinary day. And I didn’t know it yet, but on that day I was about to have the best race of my life.
Everything I’d done for the ...
This 2018 Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon recap gives you some saucy statistics to sum up this year's race. We had a blast, and we hope you did too. Is it July 28, 2019 yet? We'll see you there!
Mark your calendars for next year's marathon! Register now before the price increases, and book your ticket to run the streets of the best ...
Contributed by Kelli Hashimoto, a 2018 Ambassador for The Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon.
One week post-marathon and it already feels like a lifetime ago.
Many of you already know my proposal story at last year’s The Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon. I couldn’t quite top that this year but I still had a blast. I had the pleasure ...
You may recall technology entrepreneur and trail runner, Scott Dunlap's review of the 2017 BSFM Ultramarathon (see "The Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon 52.4 Mile Ultra - Two Sides Of A Great City": Part I and Part II). Scott tackled the ultra again this year, and WON! Check out his entertaining race recap below!
Last Saturday, I had ...
Race day is over, and we're reliving the moment by digging through race photos and posts, getting excited for next year!
Check out this fantastic recap of the 1st Half, courtesy of Jennifer and her blog, J Bird Runs.
I got the opportunity to run this race through Jaybird Sport – I am so grateful to them! They truly make the ...
There’s a good reason to ramp up your outdoor runs during the summer — the mild weather, the longer daylight hours and yes, the amount of fresh produce at peak season. We could fight over Slack channels and emails about why that Masumoto peach is really the star of the season, or why heirloom tomatoes are clearly superior. But we all ...
As you prepare for race weekend, we have one final bit of advice from Dr. Jeff:
To reduce your chance of post-BSFM illness, don’t shake hands. Hugs reduce blood pressure, release good chemicals in the body, and do not transmit microbes.
Skip the carb loading meal and run empty (see Train Well 1 blog: Carb Loading Myth).
You may have registered at the 2017 race expo, or you may have registered ten minutes ago: regardless, without hesitation – and with a whole bunch of excitement! – we can finally say that IT’S FINALLY RACE WEEK for THE BIOFREEZE SAN FRANCISCO MARATHON, half, 5k, and ultra!
People handle race week pretty differently, much like how ...
Contributed by Erin Mink Garvey, a 2018 Ambassador for The Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon.
One of the many things that keeps me coming back to the marathon is the feeling I get when I cross the finish line. In the past decade, I’ve had the joy of running over thirty marathons. Sometimes I wonder if continuing to do this sport is worth ...