Race Course

Frequently Asked Questions

Statesman Capitol 10,000 (10 kilometers)
USA Track & Field Certification: TX17032LAB (cert. 2017)

Four Aid Stations are located along the course approximately one-and-half miles apart. Each Aid Station is supplied with water, nuun electrolytes and minor first aid supplies like band aids and ice packs. Each Aid Station is approximately half a city blocks in length; participants are advised to continue moving through the Aid Station if the first tables are too crowded to conveniently obtain fluids.

Restrooms are located at each of the four aid stations along the course.  Aid station are spaced approximately 1.5 miles apart.

See Course Description

Yes, personal hydration systems such as Camelbacks, hand-held water bottles and waist water bottle carrieres are permitted.

Yes. The Statesman Capitol 10,000 race has a course time limit of 3-hours and 30-minutes for wheelchair athletes (7:30 a.m. start) and 2-hour limit for all other participants, at which time the course will re-open to vehicular traffic. Participants not maintaining the pace to finish within these times will be directed to get onto the sidewalk by race officials and the finish line will not remain open beyond this finishing time.

Digital clocks are positioned at the following locations along the course:

  • Starting line
  • 5K marker
  • Finish line

Digital clocks provide the elapsed event time (gun time). Mile markers will be positioned at each mile. Digital clocks at the finish line will display unofficial finish times. The elapsed event time begins with the 10K start at 8:00 a.m.

For the safety of our participants none of the above are allowed on the race course.

See additional Rules & Restrictions for the race course.

Not running, not a problem, we’ve got ten fabulous locations you can watch the race and cheer on your family and friends.

See Spectator Cheer Zones.