April 5, 2020

43rd Annual Running
Race Starts at 8:00 a.m.

Register


Registration Fees are:
$35 Adult
$20 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

Community Events

9/6Zilker Relays
9/15CASA Superhero Run
11/3Run for the Water
12/15 – ARC Decker Challenge
1/193M Half Marathon
2/16Austin Marathon

Tips from BS&W Experts

/Tips from BS&W Experts

Should I see a physician before trying a long-distance run?

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

Do you need to check in with your doctor before trying a 10K? "If you have heart disease, or have strong risk factors for heart disease, then it may be a good idea to see your primary care physician before training for long distance running," says Dr. Vijay Divakaran. "Risk factors for heart disease include [...]

I’ve never run before but I want to do a 10K.

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

Not a runner, but want to try a 10K? "Most young and healthy adults can participate in a 10K without seeing a physician, provided they have been physically active, and do not have strong risk factors for heart disease," says Dr. Vijay Divakaran. "Proper preparation is necessary. Ensure you have appropriate footwear and are dressed [...]

What makes a good runner’s snack? Try these 9 options.

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

Looking for healthy snacks to keep you on the right #Cap10K track? Try these 9 suggested by Baylor, Scott & White Health chef DyRell DiLorenzo Bananas are full of good quality carbs and a great source of potassium Edamame contain lots of protein and soy protein has been linked to lowering heart disease Rice cakes [...]

When dressing for a run, think about how to best protect your skin.

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

What do you wear on your regular runs? Dermatologist Dr. Dominic Ricci of Baylor, Scott & White Health says if you're worried about your skin, consider these three items when laying out your workout gear. 1. Hat: "Good for runners with thinning hair and those who don’t want to apply sunscreen above their eyes (see [...]

When should you get a post-run massage?

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

You know you want a post-race massage - but do you know what kind to get? Baylor Scott & White Health masseuse Heidi Summers says a good rule of thumb for most athletes is to get a massage anytime from immediately after the event, up to 48 hours. "If you are an athlete that receives [...]