All races start and finish in the Quarry Lakes. The marathon, half marathon and 10K have large out-and-back sections on the Alameda Creek Trail. The course is mostly gravel/fire trail with a very small portion of pavement at the beginning and end. Hills are nearly non-existent, so bring on the speed!
Events in Fremont
Ride the best of East Bays scenic roads on the Primavera Century! Climb the challenging Calaveras Wall, then cycle the scenic route along Calaveras Reservoir. Ride past Livermore vineyards and wineries, and wind turbines of Altamont Pass. After lunch at a winery, its up and over the tree-shaded Palomares Road with a thrilling descent to Niles Canyon. Return to the start for a hearty meal.
Choose from the fan favorite Half Marathon, a Hi-Fiving 5k or the NEW Sirena18 Mile Relay. We've got something for everyone to smile about.
Our Annual Racing Hearts 5k/10k to celebrate active living for heart disease is coming soon. Together we can see more lives saved and that everyone has a chance to live a full and active life. Since 2014, our Racing Hearts 5k/10k events have raised over $220,000 for genetic testing and education for underserved families, echocardiograms, AEDs and heart research.
Starting at the historic campus of Santa Clara University/Mission Santa Clara, the course features a loop through Avaya Stadium, home to the San Jose Earthquakes! The event then returns to Santa Clara University where participants can enjoy a post-race festival on Santa Claras Franklin Mall. The course includes The Health Turst 6K, San Francisco 49ers 10K and Sutter Health/PAMF Kids Fun Run with dash distances (ages 2 7). If you have not made it to the 6K/10K split by 9am you will be directed to run on the 6K course even if you have registered for the 10K
The Ohlone Wilderness 50K is recognized as one of toughest 50 Kilometer trail races in the United States. This classic and iconic ultramarathon is held along the entirety of the Ohlone Wilderness trail, in the eastern region hills of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Traveling across the land once home to indigenous tribes, and now habitat to abundant wildlife, the course traverses four regional parks: Mission Peak Regional Preserve, Sunol Regional Wilderness, Ohlone Regional Wilderness, and Del Valle Regional Park.
Pleasanton Partnerships in Education Foundation (PPIE) is joining up with Workday and ClubSport Pleasanton to host the fifth annual Pleasanton Run for Education. PPIE will receive 100% of the proceeds raised from this event!
The Run for Zimbabwe Orphans and Fair is for the entire family. We feature three distances: a pre-school 220 yard run; a 1/2 mile run for Kindergarten; and a mile run for girls and boys in grades 1-8. Girls race girls and boys race boys. The event is held entirely on school property and is in the style of cross-country! While the running races take place, a fair with the music, art, food and culture of Zimbabwe is held on the school black top. Gales open at noon. This event benefits Makumbi Children's Home in Zimbabwe, an orphanage that serves 100 children, ages infant to age 18. T-shirts will be on sale at the meet on a first come first served basis.
Please join us for a beautiful March morning in the Livermore Valley wine country for the 7th annual Roanne's Race, a 5K run and walk, 10K run, and Kids Fun Run Mile!
Roanne's Race is a community event that offers something for everyone, whether you're a serious competitive runner ready for your next 10K, or someone who wants to spend the morning walking with friends and family for a good cause--you've come to the right place.
This unique bicycle tour for women of all ages and abilities winds through the Amador, Livermore, Diablo and San Ramon Valleys. The Classic route is a metric-century (65 miles/105k) and is mostly flat with a few moderate hills. The Short route is a 25 miles/40k flat route. The Challenge route (85 miles/137k) is for fit experienced riders only. The Challenge route has an additional 2,000 feet of elevation gain with significant ascents/descents.
**Only For Women/Girls**
The annual SAP Academy Purple Run aims to bring the SAP and East Bay communities together to support the Tyler Robinson Foundation (TRF). The mission of the Tyler Robinson Foundation, is to strengthen families financially and emotionally as they cope with the tragedy of a pediatric cancer diagnosis by offsetting out-of-pocket life expenses.
The start of the race route is the San Carlos Airport runway! Like an aircraft on takeoff, you will traverse the length of the entire 2,600 foot runway before continuing through the beautiful wetlands on Bair Island, then return to the airport and conclude at Hiller Aviation Museum. This is one of the most interesting and beautiful running, jogging, and walking experiences in the Bay Area.