All participants must follow the instructions of event officials, which includes Statesman Capitol 10,000 (Cap10K), Austin 10K’r social run staff and/or volunteers. Participants must retire at once from the race if ordered to do so by event officials, medical staff, or any governmental authority, including firefighters and police officers.
Any participant who conducts him- or herself in an unsportsmanlike manner or who exhibits offensive behavior or language to event officials, Cap10K, Austin 10K’r staff, and/or volunteers may be disqualified. All participants should read and adhere to race Code of Conduct. Unsportsmanlike conduct includes, without limitation, the provision of false or misleading information on an event application.
In the event of inclement weather prior to 8:00 AM, the start time of this event may be delayed by up to 1 hour. Should the weather conditions continue to be unsafe for the run, the event will be canceled for all participants.
Athletes will be notified of event changes via email and social media.
Authorized medical personnel may require a participant to stop at any point on the race course for an examination. If in the sole opinion of authorized medical personnel, it is in the best interest of the participant’s health and welfare, medical personnel may remove a participant from the Event. Any participant failing to immediately accept the direction of an authorized medical personnel will be disqualified and may be banned from future Events. Participants allowed by medical personnel to continue on the race course will not have received illegal assistance and will not be penalized.
Adult supervision is required for all youth participation age 10 & under. It is race policy to have every individual participating in the race officially registered. In the event the parent/guardian and child are separated from one another the registrant’s race number has important information that is essential for race officials in reuniting both parties. Report any missing child immediate to race officials, volunteers, police and medical staff or call 9-1-1.