Every year, thousands of runners descend on Downtown San Francisco for Bay to Breakers and the wet weather this weekend is not stopping people from taking part in this year’s festivities.
The race kicked off at 8 a.m. on Sunday morning near the Embarcadero.
Organizers of the event announced the winners as Gabriel Geay with a time of 35:01 and Caroline Rotich who finished at 39:28.
Around 6:30 a.m. there were not many runners in sight as rain poured down.
But closer to 7:30 a.m., runners began to show up as the skies began to clear up a bit.
Many were dressed up in costumes for this historic race and ready for a good time.
The race runs 7.46 miles through San Francisco, ending at Ocean Beach.
Runners will make there way through Golden Gate Park, the Panhandle, and the steep Hayes Hills.
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