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Your lap. Your cause. Your impact.
Team entries are now open for the 2019 Bloomberg Square Mile Relay in San Francisco! The race returns to California on Thursday, 6 June for the third year in a row as part of the 2019 Global Series which has expanded to 12 cities worldwide!
This is not your ordinary running race – every participating company supplies 10 employees to complete each team, all of whom will run the stunning one-mile (1.6km) course located on Pier 27.
For 2019 we are excited to add the Fastest Female Team category to the event.
With record numbers competing in our relays across the globe already in 2019, we are anticipating this year’s San Francisco leg of the Global Series to be even bigger than last year’s, with space on the starting line likely to be tight. Number of team places available at the Early Bird rate are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment!
Runners will race each other as they navigate tight turns and sharp bends on a unique one-mile (1.6km) route, synonymous with the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay. The iconic San Francisco skyline will be the dramatic backdrop to a route that will challenge returning runners and offer a unique, fun and exciting race for first-time participants. Check out the route that runners took for the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay in San Francisco last year. The route for the 2019 event will be announced in the coming months.
780-942 The Embarcadero
The Extra Mile helps participants of the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay contribute to their city in a bigger, better way. We are delighted to be working with America Scores as The Extra Mile Partner in 2019.
America SCORES Bay Area (SCORES) is a youth development program for children in grades 1-8 during out-of-school time. SCORES partners with public schools in low-income communities to implement a triple play curriculum of soccer, poetry, and civic engagement. SCORES impacts the lives over 1,600 children in 72 schools in San Francisco, Alameda, Marin, and San Mateo Counties.
Youth who participate in SCORES are our “poet-athletes” – a term they proudly embrace. Through dedicated coaches, soccer yields improved fitness, teamwork, and social skills. Poetry allows students to discover their individual voices, all while building critical literacy skills and self-confidence. Civic Engagement helps SCORES students learn how to make a positive, impactful contribution to their communities through semester-long service-learning curricula.
By leveraging the team-work of soccer, the harmony of poetry and the connectedness of civic engagement, our program helps students develop and apply the tools they need to succeed on and off the field.
For the 2019 San Francisco relay, $20,000 will be donated to America Scores. These funds will be used to create a year-long project to address the winning cause.