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Santa Skivvies Run

Hundreds of Santas in their red undies run to the Castro
By - posted 12/5/2014 No Comment

During the Santa Skivvies Run, you can watch hundreds of bods drop their trousers, don Santa hats and reindeer antlers and help raise funds to support the free and local services of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.

Although it costs upwards of $50 to register to run, it’s free to watch the undie parade of runners as a spectator.

2014 Santa Skivvies Run
Saturday, December 6, 2014 | 9 am
UN Plaza to Castro, San Francisco
FREE to watch

The route is 1.6 miles from UN Plaza to the intersection of Noe Street & Market Street, right in front of the Lookout. It’s a new route, but participants can expect the same old hijinks.

Once the runners cross the finish line, continue the fun at the official block party after the run is over.

Each runner receives their own personal fundraising page and access to online fundraising tools. Fundraising is optional, but each runner is encouraged to help San Francisco AIDS Foundation provide much-needed funding for its free HIV testing, prevention, and support services.

Photo Credit: CrossFit San Francisco