Gold Story: 2 Goals, 10 Years Apart, Achieved In San Francisco

The San Francisco Marathon has a special place in runner Alys’s heart because it’s where she achieved two major running goals -- the first, in 2007, when she completed her first half marathon, and the second, 10 years later, when she completed her first full marathon. Alys started running at a young age. She had a fifth grade teacher ... More

Make the San Francisco Marathon Your 2020 Runcation

Are you looking for an amazing runcation in 2020? The San Francisco Marathon may just be what you’re looking for! The sights, the views, the experience. If San Francisco is on your bucket list, make the 2020 SFM your runcation of the summer. The San Francisco Marathon is the only full marathon experience you can have in the City of ... More

Running in San Francisco Is The Coolest Thing Ever

“There’s something about running in San Francisco,” said Ron Poggi, San Francisco Marathon Race Ambassador. “It’s the coolest thing ever.” “It’s one of the most scenic marathons I’ve ever done,” said Charles Lim, another Race Ambassador, about the San Francisco Marathon. “It’s a beautiful course that wraps around ... More

San Francisco: The Heart, The Energy, The Love

“I love San Francisco -- the experience of the whole weekend -- from the minute I set foot at the Expo. You see the same people from previous years, your friends and your community. Everyone says hi because they remember you from last year,” reminisces Vanessa Wallace, San Francisco Marathon Race Ambassador. You might come to San ... More

Why You Should Run The San Francisco Marathon: 2019 Race Recap

Why You Should Run The SF Marathon: 2019 Race Recap

Written by Dr. Lisa Gonzales is a 2019 Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon Ambassador and 7-time pacer for the Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon. She is also a USATF certified head coach for South Bay RUN365 club.   This year’s Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon is in the record book! From new attractions at the Health and Wellness ... More

How To Experience Biofreeze SF Marathon Race Week in 72 Hours | Biofreeze SF Marathon

How To Experience Biofreeze SF Marathon Race Week in 72 Hours

Written by Kelli Hashimoto. Kelli is a 2019 Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon Ambassador and avid runner. You can learn more from her on Instagram at @_kellinickole     It is race week and we have just a little over 72 hours to go until the Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon on Sunday! Whether you are running the full marathon, one ... More

6 SF To Do's During Race Weekend | Biofreeze SF Marathon

6 San Francisco To Do’s During Race Weekend

Written by Leana Lai. Leana is a 2019 Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon Ambassador and avid runner. You can learn more from her on Instagram at @lerunssf     For a lot of us running enthusiasts running The Biofreeze san Francisco Marathon, race weekend in itself is a big event. I like to plan my days leading up to the big day in ... More

Mental Toughness | How To Get Through Long Mileage Runs | Biofreeze SF Marathon

Mental Toughness | How To Get Through Long Mileage Runs

Written by Jeanne Corey Marchand. Jeanne is a 2019 Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon Ambassador and this 2019 Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon will be her 5th consecutive year running! You can read more from her on Instagram at @jeannecorey64      Running a marathon takes a good solid training plan, dedication, commitment, ... More

Children's Brain Tumor Foundation | Biofreeze SF Marathon

How The Running Community Gives Back To Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation

Written by Kayla Giacin. Kayla is a survivor of a brain tumor during her childhood. She is running the 2019 Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon on behalf of Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation (CBTF) as well as raising awareness along with two other children’s brain tumor survivors, David Cuadro and Jake Noone. If you’d like to contribute to ... More

Running To Find A Cure Through Athletes vs Epilepsy | Biofreeze SF Marathon

Running To Find A Cure Through Athletes vs Epilepsy

Written by Amy Biviano. Amy was diagnosed with partial complex epilepsy in 1997. She is a member of Athletes vs Epilepsy, and raising funds to help find cures and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy. This year she hopes to raise funds to find a cure of Epilepsy and share the message by running the Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon. You ... More