*** WARNING: THIS VIDEO CONTAINS ADULT NUDITY. ***
“99th Bay to Breakers”
May 16, 2010 — Sunday
This year’s marathon started at 7:00 a.m., with seeded runners running ahead of the pack and leaders usually reach the Rose Garden area next to John F. Kennedy Drive inside the Golden Gate Park about 15 minutes after the start of the race.
This area is a fine place for spectators.
Parking is not a problem at all. There’s plenty of spots by the Stow Lake or by the Japanese Garden, and there’s a pathway leading to J. F. K. Drive.
The “Bay to Breakers” is public event in San Francisco. It is a real race with expressions of San Franciscan spirit. Some runners are professional marathon runners, but most are participants who just want to join the clean fun that can only be had nowhere else but in San Francisco. It is a costume running (or strolling): centipedes, Elvis, ballet dancers, anything at all or nothing at all…
I did not edit the video, hence it contains raw clips of the event.