April 7, 2019

42nd Annual Running
Race Starts at 8:00 a.m.


Registration Fees are:
$40 Adult
$25 Youth age 10 & under

Race Day Info

No Race Day Registration

No Race Day Packet Pick-up

Race Day Start Schedule

8:00 a.m. Corral A Start
8:10 a.m. Corral B Start
8:20 a.m. Corral C Start
8:30 a.m. Corral D Start
8:30 a.m. Baby Jogger Start
8:40 a.m. Corral E & F Start
8:50 a.m. Start Line Closes

Social Calendar

Upcoming Austin 10K’r Social Run Activities

1/12Willie Love to Run
1/19Hot Chocolate ‘n’ Marshmallows Run
1/26Wholy Bagel Run – S. Lamar
2/2Central Library Run
2/9 – Moonlight Tower #2 Run
2/23 – Texas Wildflower Run
3/2 – Moonlight Tower #12 Run
3/9 – Wholy Bagel Run – Kinney
3/16 – Austin’s Running of the Green
3/23 – Boardwalk Run
3/30 – Capitol Warmup Run
6/5 – Austin’s Global Running Day

Partner Events


Tips from BS&W Experts

/Tips from BS&W Experts

Maintain your running ‘tools’: aka check your shoes!

August 16th, 2016|Tips from BS&W Experts|

When's the last time you checked out the health of your running shoes? Hannah Bennett, PT, DPT, CSCS, CET, Baylor, Scott & White Health – Round Rock Physical Therapist says before race day, you should give them a good look: "Make sure your running shoes are in good condition and will provide the support you [...]

Should I try running a 10K?

August 16th, 2016|Tips from BS&W Experts|

Not sure about committing to a 10K? "If you have been training regularly, then it is reasonable to think about doing a long-distance run like the 10K," says Dr. Vijay Divakaran. "However, if you have been sedentary, have heart disease or significant risk of heart disease, then a 10K may not be a good idea. [...]

Hydration Part 1: What to drink before a race.

August 16th, 2016|Tips from BS&W Experts|

Make time to schedule proper hydration. "Getting ready for the #Cap10K? The best runners will finish the race in a half hour (give or take), but for many of us a 10K is a true endurance event," says Dr. Heather Fullerton, Baylor, Scott & White Health Physiatrist. We all know that hydration is important during [...]

Where do I start when adding strength training?

August 16th, 2016|Tips from BS&W Experts|

Ensure a balanced workout by targeting all major muscle groups. "Strength training at least twice a week is a good start," says Baylor, Scott & White Health Physical Therapist Thad Thibodeaux. "This will give your muscles a chance to fully recover between workouts, and it will still allow you to get in those needed practice [...]

Fuel up right! Know what to eat before, during and after a race.

August 15th, 2016|Tips from BS&W Experts|

What works for someone else may not work for you. Another training tip from Hannah Bennett, PT, DPT, CSCS, CET, Baylor, Scott & White Health – Round Rock Physical Therapist! "What you eat before, during, and after the event are just as important as the actual race. A few days before, it’s recommended that you [...]

Got the sniffles? How to tell whether you should skip a training run.

August 15th, 2016|Tips from BS&W Experts|

Rules to run by when your feeling under the weather. Should you run if you're feeling under the weather? Dr. Cristiana Angelelli says you can apply the "neck rule:" "'Above the neck' symptoms -- such as nasal congestion, sneezing, runny nose, sore throat -- usually do not pose a risk for runners," says the Baylor, [...]