One year ago we attempted the first ever running of the Slow Mile, but due to forest fires had to postpone. This year, we hope to not be stopped.
You and your families are cordially invited to join us for the Slow Mile Invitational on Sunday, Nov 10th at Golden Gate Polo Field in San Francisco. Whether you are a racer or spectator (or just an eater) it will be a fun filled day for participants of all ages, shapes and sizes!
Slow Partners, Sam and Will have been debating size-adjusted mile times for years (because Will is very large and relatively slow, and Sam is relatively small and fast). We need help settling this, and offer the winner international glory and profit!
Come race an age-and-size adjusted mile at the Golden Gate Polo Field upper track to crown the ultimate size-adjusted champion & settle an age old debate of who is truly the greatest athlete of all time, on a relative basis.
Enjoy a BBQ, games, the bounce castle, face painters, magicians and hang with the competitors and supporters.
When: Sunday, November 10th at 12:30PM - 5PM PT Race: 2PM - 3:30PM time trials, 4PM finals Where: Golden Gate Park Old Speedway Meadow Picnic Area & Polo Field Upper Track Who: You + Family + Supporters Food + Beverage: BBQ What do I need?: It is a dirt track so please plan accordingly Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org RSVP required for planning
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