SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KTVU/BCN) - The 105th Bay to Breakers race was relatively peaceful, according to San Francisco police.
Police made seven arrests and issued 16 citations related to Sunday's race.
Five of the arrests were for public intoxication and two were for felonies, police said.
13 citations were for moving traffic violations.
The other three were miscellaneous citations, according to police.
The 12K race started at Main and Howard Streets and ended at the Great Highway along the Pacific Coast’s Ocean Beach.
Last year’s male winner Isaac Mukundi was the first to cross the finish line with a time of 35:23.
The female winner is Caroline Chepkoech, who completed the race with a time of 40:46
40,000 people registered for this year’s race, which is famous for its creative running teams, festive costumes, as well as the now-banned floats and alcohol kegs.