2024 SF Half Day ...

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12-hour :
: 12-hour
6-hour :
: Run 10 Hours
3-hour :
: Run 4 Hours
  • Race Date: Saturday, June 15, 2024
  • Location:East Beach (East Bluff picnic area)
  • Address: 1199 East Beach
  • City/State/Zip:San Francisco, California 94129
  • Country: USA

_ The  2024  SF Half Day:

Run as far as you can or as little as you want. Sign up individually or as a team! The course is a one-mile loop along the popular promenade and around the lagoon at Crissy Field with amazing views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Angel Island, Alcatraz and the San Francisco Bay. USATF Course Certification: CA18040RS.

USATF Sanction #142172

Bib Number & Shirt Pick-up
Race Day: Check-in beginning at 7:00 a.m. at East Beach (East Bluff picnic area). Please arrive 30min before your event to receive your bib and shirt. Event start times are listed here.
Parking is free at East Beach.
Course
Each lap is 1.0275 miles around the lagoon at Crissy Field. The course is relatively flat with 60% crushed and 40% asphalt path. USATF Course Certification CA18040RS

The course isn't lighted and we recommend having a flashlight available at night. Crissy Field is open and a flashlight might not be necessary if it is a clear night.

Pacing is not allowed.

No dogs allowed on the course. Please don't leave pets in your vehicle.

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Chip Timing
Each lap will be recorded using a bibtag timing chip. Real-time lap splits will displayed on a TV screen at the S/F.
 
Runners need to complete the full lap within the event time limit to receive credit for the distance.

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Aid Stations
Fully-stocked aid station every mile. You can expect fresh fruit, salty snacks, assorted candy, water, and Clif Shot Electrolyte sports drink. There will be hot soup and pizza in the evening.

No personal "camping" tents are allowed at Crissy Field.  Canopy tents, tables, chairs and coolers are acceptable.

Portable toilets are located adjacent to the course near the start/finish area.

Cupless
In an effort to reduce waste and litter, Coastal events are cupless. We request that you bring your preferred means of containing fluids, including hot drinks, for during your run and at the aid station. Please make sure that it is not breakable and labeled. There will be a table to leave them. We will have some Hydrapak SpeedCup ($5) for sale at check-in.

Please note that there are no pre-filled cups of hydration at the aid stations.

Team Competition
Teams of 2-4 members will be issued a Race Belt to attach their team bib.. Each team member is required to complete at least one lap but they can complete as many, or as little, laps as they'd like. The team bib can only be transferred to another team member at the timing mat (S/F). 

Award medals are given to the top three teams. All teams will receive a custom coaster with their team name and distance completed.

Awards
Awards Ceremonies at Crissy Field (at the end of each event):

100K – 9:45 p.m. 
12 hour – 9:15 p.m.
6 hour – 3:15 p.m.

Midlayer fleece, or equivalent, will be given to all 100K and 12hr individual runners (at check-in). Hi-tech tee for the other categories. Award medals are given to the 1st female and male finishers overall and top three finishers in each age group. All participants (except 100K runners) will receive a finisher's medal and a custom coaster with their name and distance completed.  100K runners who complete 61 laps will receive a finisher's medal and a 100K belt buckle. Note: After the start, runners do not have the option to change to another event (i.e., 100K, 12 hr, or 6 hr).  100K runners do not qualify for the custom coaster.

Overall Winners: The top 3 male and female overall winners of every individual category will win an award and race credits to future Coastal races:

1st Place - $50
2nd Place - $35
3rd Place - $20

Top three finishers in each age group and gender will receive award medals.

Runners who start at the optional start times (6am, 7am, 8am, 12 noon) are not eligible for Overall awards, Age Group awards, nor USATF points.

Note: Overall and age group placing are based on Clock Time rather than Chip Time.  As a bona fide competition, runners should start at the same time and compete against each other on the course.  Chip Time is used so runners can see their actual elapsed time.

Course Records
6 hr
  Jack Williams, 25, San Francisco, CA ('23)             39.0 mi
  Alexandra Caminiti, 34, San Francisco, CA ('22)    43.2 mi
12 hr
  Karl Schnaitter, 40, Santa Cruz, CA ('23)                78.1 mi
  Jacquie Cooke, Burlingame, CA ('23)                     76.0 mi
100K
  Joshua Bornstein, 35, San Rafael, CA ('23)           9:14:29
  Elizabeth Sharpe, 45, San Francisco, CA ('23)     13:48:06
24 hr
  Keenan Hassell, 30, Santa Cruz, CA ('22)         101.7 mi
  Anitha Nanjunda, 44, Milpitas, CA ('22)                83.2 mi

Other Info:

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