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8th San Antonio Rock ‘n’ Roll Little More Than Tune Up For Olympic Hopefuls

SAN ANTONIO—For years, the San Antonio Rock 'n' Roll Marathon and Half extravaganza was plagued by warm temperatures and high humidity in all but the first year (2008). But the race shifted its date to the first week in December last year and it paid off once again with near perfect racing conditions for the estimated 25,000 who participated in one of several races over the weekend.

Free Lactate Threshold Testing Offered in Austin & San Antonio

Have you ever wanted to measure your current performance level like the pros do? We have a limited time opportunity for you to receive a free lactate threshold test. Our testing procedure is identical to that of a standard blood lactate test, where as we take you through stages (which usually last 3 minutes) that [...]

San Antonio Rock ‘n’ Roll Forecast: Warm and Toasty (Again)

There's a lot to like about the San Antonio Rock 'n' Roll Marathon, but ideal running weather isn't one of them. Don't look for great conditions this Sunday morning either. Despite the cold front which has swept through Texas this week, temps will be downright toasty on Sunday morning in San Antonio. The forecast is [...]

2017-10-19T00:43:45-05:00 Categories: Full and Half Marathon, Race Coverage, Road Races|Tags: , |