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Registration for the 38th annual Statesman Capitol 10,000 opened on October 3, 2014. The 2015 race date is Sunday, April 12, 2015. Stay informed by following us on Facebook and Twitter.


Fee Schedule


New for this year $1 of every registration will go directly to our beneficiary, The Trail Foundation! In addition, the Austin American-Statesman will match up to $10,000 of additional donations participants elect to make. All online processing fees are included in list purchase price.


Your Registration Includes


As part of your registration into the 38th annual Statesman Cap10K participants will enjoy several new features at this year’s race.

  • Every participant receives a sporty new tech fabric race shirt
  • Personalize bib number with custom name, slogan, team or hash tag
  • Timing B-Tag records 5K, Finish and King/Queen of the Hill split times
  • (times IM’d or emailed to your or family & friends during race)
  • Create or join a Corporate, Social or School team
  • Entry into the Finish Line Festival at the newly opened Auditorium Shores Main Lawn on Town Lake
  • Event photographer capturing your 2015 race experience
  • Live performances by local musicians on the festival’s main stage



Teams & Groups



Employee company groups are encouraged to register as a team. A team can be started when a group captain registers self and names the company’s team. Corporate teams of 25 or more will receive a complimentary 10×10 tent with team name placard at the Finish Line Festival. Teams with 25 or more will also receive special group race packet preparation prior to race expo (pick-up time/date coming soon). Teams must have 25 registered members by 3/10/2015 to qualify for tent and group packet prep.



Friends and family groups are encouraged to register as a team. A team can be started when a group captain registers self and names the social team. Social teams of 25 or more will receive a complimentary registration refund* for their captain. Teams with 25 or more will also receive special group race packet preparation prior to race expo (pick-up time/date coming soon). Teams must have 25 registered members by 3/10/2015 to qualify for captain’s refund and group packet prep.

    *Refund will be given to team captain issued between 3/10–4/11, 2015 (Refund will be equal to registration fee minus processing fee



Student groups are encouraged to register as a team. A team can be started when a group captain registers self and names the school team. School Teams (Grades K-12) receive discounted registration fee schedule. Teams with 25 or more will receive special group race packet preparation prior to race expo (pick-up time/date coming soon). Teams must have 25 registered members by 3/5/2015 to qualify for group packet prep.

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Official Rules & Restrictions

The following event rules are intended to help produce and direct a large scale event, to ensure the safety of all participants, to meet the requirements of local government permits and to be compliant with applicable USA Track & Field (USATF) regulations for participant performance records and event liability.


  • Each participant must sign an event waiver before participating in the event.
  • Registrants under 18 years of age must have the applicant wavier signed by a parent or legal guardian.
  • The age of a participant on the day of the race determines his or her age category classification.
  • Entry fees are nonrefundable. You can transfer your registration to another person for a fee of $10.
  • There is no race day registration or stuff pick-up.


  • The 10K course will close on a gradual schedule based on a 2:00:00 finish time (approximately a 20-minute/mile pace). Participants will not be allowed to start the race after the starting line closes at 8:45 a.m. It is imperative that participants maintain a 20-minute per mile pace so that the closed course can be reopened to normal vehicle traffic.
  • The following are prohibited from the course: no hand cycles, no in-line skates, no bicycles, and any other non-official wheeled vehicles. Violators will be disqualified and removed from the course by race officials.
  • Baby joggers/strollers are permitted.
  • Participants must follow instructions as given from all event officials including race staff, volunteers, medical personnel, security officers and city officials throughout the duration of the event.
  • All participants are expected to conduct themselves in a professional and courteous manner during their participation in the event. This means, for example, that urinating or defecating anywhere on or near the course shall be strictly prohibited except in toilet facilities. Anyone violating this rule of conduct shall be disqualified from the event and will be asked to leave the course.
  • Any person participating in the event without a current official event bib number or timing device or a bib or timing device not officially assigned to him/her is subject to removal and disqualification from future events.
  • No persons are authorized to be on the course unless they are registered participants or authorized event staff. Therefore, no person shall be allowed to accompany a participant if he/she is not registered in the event, nor shall any participant be allowed, without the permission of the event management, to receive assistance or refreshment from anyone during the progress of the event. Any person not properly displaying an issued current official event bib number will be directed to leave the course.

Race Bib Number

  • Participant race number bibs are specific personal identifiers and may not be exchanged with or transferred/sold to any other person.
  • The sale and/or transfer of race entries/bibs are strictly prohibited and will result in the disqualification and/or banning of any individuals involved from future events.
  • Medical information and emergency contacts must be filled in on the back of your bib number.
  • Do not alter the bib number in any way.
  • Securely fasten the bib number to the FRONT of your running outfit using the safety pins provided.
  • All bib numbers MUST be visible and worn on the front and outside of all clothing during the entire race.
  • The official photographer for the Cap10K, identifies participants by their bib number, so be sure your number is clearly visible on the front of your shirt.
  • New this year for smart phone users is the addition of a QR-code on each race bib. Instantly connect to your official 5K-halfway and 10K finish times. The QR-code is located on the bottom of the race bib and can be scanned for immediate personal results.


  • All registered participants will receive an official 5K split time and 10K finish time.
  • Participants found to be wearing two or more timing devices during the race will be disqualified and their results will not be recorded.
  • Participants with missing or irregular split times at official timing checkpoints will be reviewed and may be disqualified.
  • All finish times are reviewed before times are deemed official.
  • Participants must begin the event during the official recognized start time in order to register an official finish time.

Statesman Cap10K Wheelchair Division Guidelines

The Cap10K welcomes all athletes of all abilities to participate in the event. It should be noted that the event’s course topography and traffic control plan make this event particularly challenging for athletes in general, and disabled athletes in particular. The race route includes several areas with long uphill and downhill sections with sharp turns and uneven road surfaces, including speed bumps.

It is imperative for all participants to complete the event within the designated running lanes, and within the allotted course closure times of three and a half hours (3 1⁄2) in the 10K (6.2 mile) race. Participants not maintaining the pace to finish within these times will be directed to move onto the sidewalk by race officials and the finish line will not remain open beyond these finishing times.

In order to provide for participant, volunteer and spectator safety, the following rules will apply to disabled athletes who wish to participate in these events using self-propelled wheelchairs:

  • All self-propelled wheelchair athletes must wear a protective helmet. Only helmets that are ANSI, CEN, ASTM, CPSC, Australian, Canadian or SNELL certified, without modification, will be accepted. The helmet must be worn for the duration of the race with the chin-strap fastened.
  • All wheelchairs must be structurally sound (i.e., no cracks in the frame or welds, any loose or missing spokes, etc.). The athlete must be securely seated in the wheelchair and remain so while racing.
  • Because of the nature of the race course, with many sharp turns, only rigid-frame wheelchairs will be permitted. Self-propelled wheelchairs that are collapsible (‘hospital- style’) will not be allowed in the event.
  • All wheelchair athletes competing in the event must check-in with the Start Line Coordinator with the wheelchair they will use in the race no later than one-hour before the start of the race on the morning of the event to ensure that the chair meets the event safety requirements. The decision of the Start Line Coordinator is final.
  • In accordance with International Paralympic Committee (IPC) rules, hand-cycles, hand- bikes, hand-cranks, or other gear- or lever- driven devices will NOT be permitted in the event. All wheelchair participants must be able to maintain control of their wheelchair at all times. Race officials may immediately and without warning disqualify from the event and remove from the course any participant whose racing style is considered by such official to be dangerous, to interfere with other participants, or to fail to yield the right of way to other participants or volunteers.
  • Strollers or baby-joggers with children are allowed in the event. Strollers and baby- joggers must start at the back of the field and must yield right of way to other participants.
  • Disabled participants in a wheelchair who are being pushed by an able-bodied participant must both be officially registered, and must start at the back of the field. Disabled participants in a wheelchair being pushed by an able bodied participant are urged to wear a protective helmet and must at all times yield the right of way to other participants.
  • Disabled participants being pushed by an able-bodied participant must use a rigid- frame wheelchair. Collapsible ‘Hospital Style’ wheelchairs will NOT be allowed to start the event.
  • Disabled participants being pushed by an able-bodied participant are not eligible for awards.
  • Able-bodied participants are not eligible to compete in the wheelchair division.
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