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Somewhere, Jason Karbelk and Sarah Anderson are staging their own celebrations after posting the fastest times in the men’s and women’s division, respectively, in this year’s Bay to Breakers.
Karbelk narrowly edged out Justin Hall for first place in the overall competition.
- 1. Jason Karbelk, 40:20
- 2. Justin Hall, 40:40
- 3. Christopher Guerrero, 43:52
- 4. Charles Mullane, 44:07
- 5. Steven Rathel, 45:00
- 1. Sarah Anderson, 47:55
- 2. Monika Whitfield, 48:55
- 3. Honey-Lou Timonera, 49:27
- 4. Clara Oden, 50:13
- 5. Emily Lewis, 50:52
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, race officials originally pushed the event to September before finally deciding to adopt a virtual format.
The route traditionally starts at the intersection of Howard and Main St. and goes west through San Francisco, ending on the Great Highway. In addition to a jaunt around downtown, runners traverse Golden Gate Park before reaching the conclusion.