People who reside in the Bay Area are likely familiar with the revelrous footrace that is hosted on the streets of San Francisco on the third Sunday of May every year — as well as the crazy attire that comes along with it. However, few people know that the race has a rich history that spans back over 100 years, making it the longest consecutively run race in the world.
Whether or not you’ll be participating in the 10K race that weaves through iconic San Francisco sights, from the Bay Bridge to the breakers hitting Ocean Beach, you can learn more about the event in the video above. The event’s director of operations shares more about the history of the race, how it has evolved and what people can expect from Bay To Breakers 2015, which is on May 17.
Learn more about Bay To Breakers and registration on the official website.