Training to break your own world record for any footrace can be difficult. But when you’re trying to break the record you set last year as a member of a 13-person centipede team, the task can seem daunting — if not silly.
At Sunday’s 101st Zazzle Bay to Breakers, the LinkedIn centipede will try to do just that: beat the 37 minutes it took them last year to run 7.46 miles from The Embarcadero to Ocean Beach. Read More
There’s only one logical way to use 5 miles of yellow tape and thousands of people: Tether them in a single-file line to break the record for the world’s largest human centipede.
This year, registered athletes were asked to help shatter the record for the world’s longest human centipede, binding themselves together for the first 30 meters of the 12-kilometer race from downtown San Francisco to Ocean Beach. Read More