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Take your virtual run to a new level by competing against your family, friends or coworkers. Compete from anywhere in the world and see how you rank! You can create a team or if you have already registered you can join a team. Happy racing!

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Ready. Set. Run.

iRUN365 Virtual Race Series is presented by The San Francisco Marathon and the Berkeley Half Marathon. We are dedicated to bringing a virtual running community together, to help foster healthy lifestyle habits and celebrate the joy of running.  We believe in rewarding you for your efforts with exciting fun items!

 

The San Francisco Marathon is proud to present its 43rd running on July 26th, 2020. 26,000 runners and over 80,000 spectators will fill the city on race day. The San Francisco Marathon is more than just a race; it’s a fantastic celebration where people from all over the country and world come together, united by their dedication to running and the running community. We have a race for every type of tuner, we offer 5 different distances over 2 days with 7 different races, from a 5k to an ultra. Whether a runner comes in just for race day or makes a trip out of it with their loved ones, our runners are invited to partake in a weekend of festivities.

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Take to the streets and race through Berkeley this fall on November 15, 2020! It’s like a big city marathon with a small town feel. Our scenic course, comfortable for runners of all levels, takes you down historic Telegraph Avenue, through Cal Berkeley’s iconic Sather Gate and around the beautiful Cal campus. From beautiful North Berkeley and the vibrant Fourth Street district you’ll run along the waterfront and enjoy the view of the bay on your way to the finish line, with the community and your fellow runners cheering you on! A celebration is waiting for you in Civic Center Park along with your finisher medal! Don’t miss out on the community, friendships, and celebration this fall during the Berkeley Half Marathon.

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