“First, could you introduce yourself?”
“Alexi Pappas, Olympian, writer, filmmaker.”
This short, to-the-point introduction belongs to none other than 2016 Olympic athlete Alexi Pappas. Besides knowing how to run really far, really fast, Pappas also published a book called Bravey and has worked on multiple ...
“What a loaded question! Who is Jonathan Sockolosky…?”
That was Jonathan trying to find an answer to Who is Jonathan Sockolosky? It might have been an unfair thing to ask. After all, there are many ways to define oneself. Defined by his work, Jonathan is a scientist at Genentech, working in antibody engineering and ...
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!
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 ...
Ever wonder how pace teams form, and what the etiquette is for running with them? Here are answers to the top 5 most commonly asked questions we hear regarding pace groups on race day.
Contributed by Stephanie Laska (@140Lost), Pacer for the 2018 San Francisco Marathon and Nuun Ambassador
1. Who can join a pace team? ...
Curious what experiencing The Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon's Ultra is like? Here's an in-depth review of last year's Ultra, courtesy of technology entrepreneur and trail runner, Scott Dunlap! Don't miss your chance to run with him this year - register today!
Have you ever been to the Haight Ashbury district of San ...
Contributed by Erin Garvey, 2016 Ambassador for The Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon.
People often ascribe some element of martyrdom to running. It doesn't really seem to matter if you're going for a little jaunt around your 'hood one morning before work or putting in hours upon hours (and miles upon miles) during training ...