Long after elite runners crossed the finish line, on Sunday afternoon, thousands of party-goers continued along the bay to cheer at the Breakers Stadium, crowded with pots and handles, and the streets filled with revelry.Organizers highlighted the fun and safety of the annual competition, despite the police cracking down on the party near Alamo Square --It seems that the strategy of pushing revelers to the West.While the crowd at fall Street and Panhandle is larger than last year, officials say the party is still under control.Due to the unsafe scaffolding on Hayes Street Hill, after a short delay, a wave of runners set off around 8: 24 a.m. from around sorma, San Francisco.m.According to San Francisco emergency management department spokesman Francis Samora, there are no reports of major problems, although the two were taken to the local hospital after minor injuries during the game.Police spokesman Officer Albie Esparza said police arrested 24 people on Sunday and cited three people urinating in public places.Four others were cited for violating the "quality of life" and three others were hit for drug charges.In addition, he added that another person was arrested for jumping into the Buffalo fence in Golden Gate Park.When the winner finished 12-12, fog broke out on the Ocean BeachThe route is not long after 9: 00.m.Jeffrey Kenneth is at 35: 06 ahead of the finish line and Diane Johnson is five minutes behind 40: 15.The top three players, including Kenisi, are all Kenyan locals, as they have been in the past few years.After that, Kenisi fell to the ground in prayer, and then stood up and danced for a while to victory.He said he was happy to win a prize of $3,000.Most of about 40,000 runners are having fun.But over the years, the rules have become more stringent.Although it is OK to be naked, drinking is not allowed.This year, officials surrounded most of Alamo Plaza Park near Hayes Street Hill, building a small city of portable bathrooms. Hoping to satisfy the neighbors, they said the park turned into a drunken party area.The police did a good job of banning alcohol, taking beer from their hands and pouring out a bottle of alcohol on the mountain.In charge of the London variety, which includes most of the race routes in central San Francisco, she said she went by bikeWith the police around noon, she was satisfied with what she saw.Race organizers quickly cleared Hayes Street in Hayes Valley after runners left, and Breed said she had heard positive feedback from residents who had expressed anger over the years.Still, she said the closure of the Alamo Square does seem to have led to more crowds elsewhere."I heard the amazing good news," she said ."."It's nuts on the handle of the pot....There are many people entering the pot handle.That's what we're looking forward-All the police were dispatched."The police moved slowly, moving party people who blocked the streets along Panhandle and missed 2 p.m.The deadline for the opening of this street.Filled with revellers, many of them are drinking.Among the players on the public basketball court is a man in a furry crocodile suit and a woman in a pink frosted donut.Things are still strange even in the official game.A naked runner wearing a ninja turtle mask called himself a 26-year-old Rafael rojason who finished the game in 41 minutes, the personal best.The residents of Alameda took his minimal clothing seriously."This is what you see when you take off the shell," he said ."."Pure Manhood, nothing else."Thousands of other runners are also taking big strides into this quirky event, and many of them take the time to enjoy the scenery.Chelsea Clay, who works at a tech startup, dressed up as flamingos to prepare for her first wave-breaking Bay."I'm really, really excited --"I'm looking for good fun and good memories," she said at the starting line ."."I have to finish at least."It's a family affair for some runners.Eight-year-old Lee Cowden was there with his daughter and four grandchildren, holding a sign that said, "82, still strong."I am very excited because my whole family is here," she said .".Matt Corey and his wife, Linda, help.Corey, it's a serious arrangement-And have fun.The two men were wearing a shiny disco shirt."You can actually run in a disco shirt," he explained ."."You feel sorry for those who don't wear clothes."I hope it looks as good as it is when I cross the finish line," she added.But even those wearing regular running outfits say they will focus on the festive spirit, making the Bay breaker a truly unique delicacy."I was really serious before --I'm still competing, I'm here to compete, (but I'm also) just trying to have a good time, "said Wayne boimel, who played 34 times."This is the tradition of San Francisco.Like the carnival of May Day.Peter Hartlaub, Evan Sernoffsky and Marisa Lagos are the staff of the San Francisco Chronicle.E-Email: Pharaoh @ sfchronicleCom, esernoffsky @ sfchronicle.Com, mlagos @ sfchronicle.Com Twitter: @ PeterHartlaub, @ EvanSernoffsky, @ mlagosA women are trying to deal with a prehistoric runner in front of a large group of people on Hayes Street.Annual Gulf circuit breaker event in San Francisco, CaliforniaOn Sunday, May 18, 2014, thousands of runners and revellers attracted them when they boarded the mountain of Hayes Street.A woman tries to deal with a prehistoric runner before a big party on Hayes Street.Annual Gulf circuit breaker event in San Francisco, CaliforniaOn Sunday, May 18, 2014, thousands of runners and revellers attracted them when they boarded the mountain of Hayes Street.