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SF Aloha Run

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This is an extremely special event as you run down the coast line with an amazing view of the Golden Gate Bridge. A Runner's Mind put on a fantastically organised event and is the perfect event for runners of all levels and ages. This is a great family event with lots of activities and entertainment
10K, 5K, Keiki Run, and 1 more
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Sun 22nd Sep 2019
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San Francisco, United States
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Based on 1,200 participants

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20 to 50m elevation gain per km

Where and when
Crissy Field, San Francisco, CA 94129, USA
Start times
8:00am |
8:00am |
Keiki Run:
9:45am |
Tot Trot:
Races summary
Here's what races are available for SF Aloha Run
Tot Trot
Keiki Run
$15.00 - $55.00
$15.00 - $65.00
Route information
10K – 6.2 miles & 5K – 3.1 miles
Both the 5K and the 10K start on Old Mason Street across from Sports Basement. Runners make a left through the East Beach parking lot and then a left on the San Francisco Bay Trail which parallels the water. The turnaround is located just before Fort Point. Runner’s make their way back on the paved path next to Old Mason Street. 5K runners will make a left to cut through Crissy Field and make their way to the finish, while 10K runners will continue straight for a second loop before finishing through Crissy Field just like the 5K’ers. This route is fast, flat and scenic with beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, Alcatraz and more!
Keiki Run
For our Keiki runners, ages 6-13, youth will dash along a dedicated 1 mile course and special champion finish line.
Tot Trot
For our youngest athletes, ages 2-5, children will enjoy a dedicated 50 yard dash with a special aloha finish line. It is encouraged that all of the young athletes show up at 9:00am for plenty of time for stretching and cheering before the start of the dash. Parents and caretakers do not have to register for this run if accompanying a registered tot trotter.
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What's included
  • All runner's will receive a SF Aloha Run dry weave runner’s shirt and wonderful goodies from our sponsors.
  • Finisher's medal
  • Beverages and Hawaiian-style snacks will be provided at our Post-Aloha Run Celebration at Crissy Field.
  • Aloha entertainment
  • Children's activities
How to get there
Crissy Field, San Francisco, CA 94129, USA
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Location - Crissy Field, San Francisco, CA 94129, USA
Loading Area -
A loading area will be available for drop off and pick up of runners/walkers. The loading area will be on Mason Street, next to Sports Basement.
**Getting to the venue -
**Public transportation is highly encouraged. For MUNI directions, go to Muni Trip Planner for more detailed directions.
Limited parking is available throughout the Crissy Field area. The closest areas for parking are:
  • Presidio Parking Lot (Anza Avenue/Lincoln Boulevard) – Lot is located across from the Disney Museum and a permit needs to be purchased and displayed from the pay machines.
  • Old Mason Street – Limited spaces available. Please check posted signs. Street will be closed to through traffic from 7:00am – 9:00am.
  • East Beach Lot – Access will be closed to through traffic from 7:00am – 9:00am.
  • Sports Basement Lot – Limited spaces will be available in the Presidio Trust parking area, located at the back end of the Sports Basement lot. Note, the road leading to Sports Basement will close at 7:00am and will reopen at around 8:50am – 9:00am.
Please read and respect all parking signs and instructions. Arrive early.
Event day logistics
At A Runner’s Mind (ARM) located at 3575 Sacramento Street in San Francisco on Friday, September 20, 2019 between 3:00pm – 7:00pm and Saturday, September 21, 2019 between 2:00pm – 6:00pm. Come ready to present your name, a photo ID, and the email address used to register for the event.
Plan for ample time before the start time for transportation, parking, picking up your bib, stretching, enjoying a light energizing breakfast provided by the SF Aloha Run, coffee, and last minute porta-potty runs.
We recommend arriving at least 45 minutes before the start time to fully enjoy this fun event.
6:30am at the SF Aloha Run registration table, located in the Sports Basement parking lot across the street from Crissy Field. Be ready to provide your name, a photo ID, and the email address used to register for the event.
SF Aloha Run t-shirts will be available for pick up at the pre-event pick up at ARM and event day only – please note that on event day, your t-shirt will be available after you complete your run. Please present your bib for t-shirt pickup.
**Plan for ample time before the start time for transportation, parking, picking up your bib, stretching, enjoying a light energizing breakfast provided by SF Aloha Run, coffee, and last minute porta-potty runs.
We recommend arriving at least 45 minutes before the start time to fully enjoy this fun event.
6:30am - Limited event day registration may be available
8:00am - The SF Aloha 5K and 10K.
9:45am - The Tot Trot, a 50 yard dash - Go to Tot Trot turquoise flag for start.
10:00am - The Keiki Run, a 1 mile run, Go to Keiki Run yellow flag for start.
The races will start from 610 Old Mason Street (across from Sports Basement), San Francisco, CA 94129.
All runners/walkers will receive a SF Aloha Run t-shirt and wonderful goodies from our sponsors. The Post Aloha Run Celebration will include beverages and Hawaiian-style snacks (including spam musubi!), Hawaiian music, and Keiki activities for our youth. Look for the “Keiki Fun” banner to join the fun!
Keiki Fun Activities
Calling all Keiki’s (Children)!!! Join us post-run for fun-filled activities such as:
  • Aloha Visors, Island Tattoos, Balloon Animals, Tropical Duck Pond, Luau Disc Drop, Jenga, Parachute Fun…and much more!!
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Aloha Entertainment
JD Puli was born into a family of musicians in Hawaii. JD plays six instruments – ukulele, guitar, bass, keyboard, percussion and drums – and sings! Always lending his talent to many causes in and around the Bay Area, JD recently has been featured in many social media posts for his Aloha spirit, as he continues to entertain awaiting passengers for Hawaiian Airlines flights.
Spectator Info
A great spectator event. The is a real friendly buzz that surrounds this event and the more spectators the better the atmosphere.
Bring the entire family including your canine buddy for this fun and healthy event which will include special kids activities for our younger athletes and doggie treats for your four-legged companion.
Kit list
Normal running gear is perfect for this event. Please wear suitable running shoes and depending on the weather it is advised that your bring some warm clothes
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A Runner's Mind Productions
A Runner's Mind Productions is a full service endurance event production company based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our bread and butter is assisting clients in fulfilling their race and event production needs. ARM Productions was founded out of the A Runner's Mind run specialty shops, as local running stores are the lifeblood and center of the running community.
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At what time does the SF Aloha Run start?
The 10k and 5k start at 8am on race day. The Keiki Run and Tot Trot start at 9.45am.
When will I receive my race pack for the SF Aloha Run?
Race packs can be picked up on the morning of race day from 6.30am. You'll need to provide your name, photo ID, and confirmation email.
Is the SF Aloha Run family-friendly?
Absolutely. There are two kids only events at the SF Aloha run. The Keiki Run for ages 6-13, and the Tot Trot for ages 2-5.
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Did the 10K in 2019
Volunteers had no idea about directing runners - tried to send me round for 3rd lap and no direction to others to keep left or right and allow faster runners through. 5k runners got the goody bags so none left for 10k runners!
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