Sunday March 22nd, 2020
Distance: Marathon · Half Marathon · 5K · Relay · Kids Race
This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Oakland Running Festival and it is on the map to stay. It has been nationally recognized as the Bay Area race to run. Corrigan Sports makes the process easy from registration to race day, and the people of Oakland make you feel welcome from start to finish. Experience Oakland’s diversity and beauty with a race that touches all aspects of Oaktown, and finishes with one hella awesome party. Come help us celebrate 10 years in Oakland!
The Oakland Running Festival is on the map to stay. After its first seven runnings, it has been nationally recognized as the Bay Area race to run by Competitor Magazine. Corrigan Sports makes the process easy from registration to race day, and the people of Oakland make you feel welcome from start to finish. Haven’t run it yet? Experience Oakland’s diversity and beauty with a race that touches all aspects of Oaktown, and finishes with one hella awesome party.
March 24, 2013: Voted the "Best Sporting Event of 2010" by Oakland Magazine, the Oakland Running Festival is the newest event in the Bay Area and Features 5 races of all distances (marathon, half, relay, 5k and kids' fun run). You don't want to miss it.
|2nd Male||02:34:59||KOSUKE AMANO||34||Oakland|
|3rd Male||02:36:50||JONATHAN KIMURA||38||Cupertino|
|4th Male||02:37:38||AVESH SINGH||26||San Francsico|
|Female||02:42:46||DEVON YANKO||36||San Anselmo|
|2nd Female||02:56:43||KRISTYN KADALA||26||Berkeley|
|3rd Female||03:02:02||KATIE MORAN||30||South Bend|
|4th Female||03:03:10||SHERRY LEE||32||Cupertino|
|M 40-49||02:49:08||CHRIS BANKS||41||Kensington|
|M 50-59||02:57:21||MARK KLINK||50||El Cerrito|
|M 60-69||03:18:34||BRYAN BAROFFIO||60||Grand Junction|
|M 70+||04:22:24||K Douglas Brooms||72||None Listed|
|F 40-49||03:17:15||CLAIRE BLANEY||44||Oakland|
|F 50-59||03:39:09||ANNE COYLE||54||El Cerrito|
|F 60-69||04:18:18||JULIA CHINN||63||Albany|
|F 70+||06:19:05||Marian Lyons||71||San Francsicso|
When at the starting line, please position yourself near the sign closest to your expected finish time. Signs will be posted in 1 minute increments from5 minute milesup to14+ minute miles.
The course will remain open forseven hours, closing on a continuous pace of 16:00 minutes per mile. Anyone who cannot maintain this pace must move to the sidewalks as the course closes to allow regular vehicular traffic to resume.
The following items are not permitted on the course: pets, skateboards, bicycles, roller blades, baby joggers, and any other type of vehicle (other than official Marathon vehicles). These regulations are for your safety and the safety of the other participants in the race. TheOakland Marathon reserves the right to disqualify and remove anyone from the course who has any of the above items.
The use of personal music devices is strongly discouraged at this race. To enjoy all that our race has to offer and for the safety of all participants,the Oakland Running Festivalencourages a headphone-free environment during the running of all of our races.
We believe your race experience and those around you will be greatly enhanced by leaving the headphones at home or in the car. Running headphone-free allows opportunities to develop camaraderie with your fellow runners and to enjoy everything the race has to offer. Plus, volunteers and spectators will be on course cheering you on and providing directions to help get you to the finish line.
Runner safety has always been, and will continue to be, a top priority for our event. Please be mindful of the other participants and respect the race personnel to ensure a safe and enjoyable race for everyone. If wearing an IPod or other audio device results in you being unable to hear verbal instructions or commands; approaching vehicles or course marshals on foot or on bicycles, you may be asked to relinquish the device.