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[By California Beat | 8 Jul 2010 | Comments Off]
A TOAST while walking the mid-portion of the race during the 99th running of the ING Bay to Breakers race in San Francisco Sunday, May 15, 2010. (Photo by Vanessa Guerra/ CALIFORNIA BEAT)

Here we go again.

Organizers of the annual San Francisco Bay to Breakers footrace say they’ll enforce a zero tolerance ban on alcohol consumption during the 100th running of the event on May 15, 2011.

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[By California Beat | 13 Feb 2009 | Comments Off]

Bay to Breakers participants who are angered by Wednesday’s announcement that the venerable San Francisco footrace will prohibit public drunkenness, rolling floats and nudity have been out in force voicing their displeasure at the new regulations that they say takes the enjoyment and fun out of the zany annual event.

The announcement came down from the race’s main sponsors and city officials looking to reduce the mountains of abandoned floats and garbage that are left behind from often intoxicated race revelers who take part in the 12K trek from the downtown area, up and over Haight Street through Golden Gate Park and to water’s edge at Ocean Beach.

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[By California Beat | 2 Feb 2009 | Comments Off]

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