The Pinkathon San Francisco is proud to announce that we have several runners participating in the 2020 Miwok 100K trail race as charity runners for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF)! Miwok 100K Race Director Tia Bodington offered this great opportunity to us so that our charity runners could by-pass the Mikok lottery, so long as 1) they each committed to raising $1200 for BCRF before the Miwok 100K takes place on May 2, 2020, and 2) they committed to putting in consistent, regular training so that they are prepared to complete this challenging 100K course on race day. Pinkathon SF Co-Organizer Lisa Felder is making sure that the runners are up to the challenge! Please help our Miwok runners achieve their fundraising goals by making a donation on any of their team fundraising pages using the “Donate” button below! We are hoping to raise at least $25,000 by the end of April 2020!
1 in 8 women you know – and some men – will battle Breast Cancer in their lifetime. YOU can help us find a cure for breast cancer – One Mile and One Dollar at a Time! Please help us reach our fundraising goal of $25,000 before April 2020 by making a donation to any member of our Fundraiing Team by clicking on the “Donate” button – especially our Miwok 100K Charity Runners!
Please join fellow breast cancer survivors Ellen Holbrook and “Mama Lisa” Felder for the Annual PINKATHON San Francisco! This is a Free, Unsanctioned, Do-It-Yourself *Fat Ass* Fun Run/Walk – any distance – to help end breast cancer!
Although it’s FREE to register for the Pinkathon San Francisco, this is absolutely a FUNDRAISER for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF)! We expect 100% of participants to make a voluntary donation to BCRF to the best of their ability. We keep expenses super low so that 100% of your donation goes directly to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF), the top-rated breast cancer charity in America!
We provide NO Trail Markings, NO Aid Stations, NO Official Times, and NO Awards! We DO provide: printed and downloadable MAPS with locations of water and bathrooms along the course, free coffee and bagels at the start, a free Zumba warmup led by Sandra Cano, a great Pinkathon Raffle with great prizes, gear bag storage, and LOTS of great people of all ages and abilities, running around wearing PINK (optional) to support a good cause
The course will NOT be marked for the Marathon or 50K distances. This is a *FAT ASS* Run. In ultrarunning lingo, a *fat ass run* has no fees, no aid stations, no trail markings, and no timing. Everyone is on their own. For the Pinkathon San Francisco, we DO have MAPS and turn-by-turn directions . These maps also tell you where to find drinking fountains and bathrooms along the way.
All participants must sign a waiver indemnifying the Pinkathon SF organizers and associates against any claims or losses as part of the Pinkathon SF 2019 registration process. The organizers are just unpaid volunteers and take absolutely NO compensation from this event.
6:00 AM – Volunteers arrive outside Gott’s Roadside in front of the Northwest Entrance of the SF Ferry Building.
6:30 AM – Registration-Sign-in Begins (Ends 7:30 AM)
7:45 AM – Pinkathon Raffle for participants who have made a donation of $25 or more to our charity, BCRF. You will receive 1 Raffle Ticket for each multiple of $25 that you donate. We have over 25 prizes, total value over $1600! Please donate online before you arrive!
7:55 AM – Group Photos
8:00 AM – 50K & 26.2/Marathon Regular Start (Optional Early Start Time is 7:15 AM)
8:01 AM – Half Marathon start
8:02 AM – 10 Mile start
8:03 AM – 10K start
8:04 AM – Inaugural Pink Ribbon Trail (4 miler) start – Marked in pink chalk by Lenny Maughan!
8:05 AM – 5K start
8:06 AM – Pinkathon Adventurethon start for Walkers & Runners of All Ages, including families and kids. This is like a Scavenger Hunt except with selfies.
10:00 AM – Deadline for Adventurethon participants to sign back in to Finish Area
10:20 AM – Adventurethon Team Results & Prizes Announced
2:00 PM – Validation for parking ends at the CUESA Farmers Market Information Booth
4:00 PM – All Runners Must Be Finished and Checked Back In. Gear Check closes and we will take everything home. Do NOT leave any valuables, your wallet/ID, drivers license, money, credit cards, phone, or any keys in your gear bag! We are not responsible for anything you leave with us in your gear bag.
10:00 PM – Parking Garage at 250 Clay Street closes. Make sure you get back to your car before then!
Voluntary donations in any amount are strongly encouraged to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, where @ 90% of your donations go directly towards breast cancer research programs. This is the highest rated breast cancer charity in the USA. All Donations made to BCRF through the links on our site are TAX-DEDUCTIBLE.
The Pinkathon RAFFLE happens at 7:45 AM on 10/26/19, with over $1000 in great prizes! You can participate if 1) you have made a verified donation to BCRF of $25 of more and 2) you have arrived, registered and checked-in to the Pinkathon SF by 7:30 AM! You will receive 1 Raffle Ticket for each $25 of your donation. For instance, if you donated $100, you will receive 4 raffle tickets. If you are at 50K or Marathon runner starting early, you do not have to be present in order to win. All other runners must be present to win. Raffle Info Here.
We’ll have a few tables reserved in the OUTDOOR seating area of Gott’s Roadside by the Northwest entrance of the SF Ferry Building. Check-in between 6:30-7:30 AM. Enjoy free coffee and bagels in our Sign-in area. If you pre-ordered and pre-paid for a t-shirt, pick it up next. Pink Race Caps will also be for sale for $10/each and a few extra T-shirts will be for sale for $25/each.
Gear Bag Storage
This year, we will hold your gear bag at the start/finish at Gott’s Roadside until 4:00 pm. If you think you will finish later than 4:00 pm, please make arrangements someone else to hold you gear !
Gott’s Roadside restaurant at the Northwest Entrance of the Ferry Building, right by the start/finish. The Saturday Farmer’s Market will be open, and coffee, bakery goods, and all sorts of food will be available for purchase before and after the run. Gott’s has indoor/outdoor seating, a great menu including burgers, salads, fish, beer, wine and soft-serve ice cream and frozen yogurt! Tell your friends and family to meet you here! http://www.gotts.com/