Race Expo Details for Runners
Friday, July 24th 12pm-7pm and Saturday, July 25th 9am-5pm
Bib Pick Up Instructions:
All Marathon, 1st Half Marathon, 2nd Half Marathon, Ultramarathon, and 5K participants must pick up their bib, timing chip and race shirt at the Race Expo. Race Day pick up will not be available. Runners will receive their bib, timing chip, race shirt and sweats drop off bag at the Race Expo. Please bring the following items to the Race Expo to pick up your packet:
- Photo ID
- Bib Number Confirmation Email
All participants should pick up their race shirt at he Race Expo. Participants must present their bib number and take the size printed on their bib. Exchanges will not be made until Race Day. Shirt exchange can be made post race at the Information Tent on Sunday, July 26th, and exchange will be based on availability.
A Free Shuttle bus will run periodically from the Hyatt Embarcadero to the Race Expo on Friday and Saturday during the Race Expo hours. Shuttle space is available on a first come, first served basis. Please meet the bus on the Market Street Side of the Hyatt. Ride MUNI – Plan your trip with The San Francisco Trip Planner – an easy to use site that allows you to put in your starting point and destination and then gives you the easiest option to arrive at your destination using public transportation.
East Bay: Bay Bridge to Fremont Street Exit; on Fremont (100 yards north) take first right on Howard; left on Embarcadero & go 2 miles; left on Bay, about 2 miles. Right on Buchanan. Cross Marina Blvd. & sharp right into Fort Mason Center. North Bay: Golden Gate Bridge (US 101) to Marina Exit; go 1.5 miles. Turn left at Buchanan & turn right into Fort Mason Center. Peninsula/South Bay: US 101 North to 9th St. Exit; 9th across Market & left on Hayes; right on Franklin; about 2 miles. Turn left on Bay St, right on Buchanan. Cross Marina Blvd. & sharp right into Fort Mason Center.
The San Francisco Marathon and Clothes-Pin have partnered to create the 2015 Race Expo Sneaker Drive. Please help us reach our goal of exceeding 1,100 pairs donated during the 2-day event. All types of men’s, women’s, and children’s shoes are welcome and all collected footwear will be distributed to the St. Vincent De Paul Society in San Francisco. Clothes-Pin (Clothes for people in need) is a Philadelphia-based, non-profit organization, who focuses on the collection and distribution of clothing to those in need. Thanks to the generosity of the running community nation-wide, clothes-pin has contributed over 200,000 articles of clothing to shelters local to each event. See you in front of the Fort Mason Center and thank you in advance for your contribution.
Exhibitors Booths Available
Interested in exhibitor or sponsorship opportunities at The 2015 San Francisco Marathon?