What’s the most important race in Austin? Is it the Austin Marathon? 3M? Cap 10? Or maybe it’s the Run for the Water 10-Miler? Just one man’s opinion, but the most important annual race in Austin is the Moonlight Margarita Run 5-K which just so happens to be tonight.
The 38th annual Austin American Statesman Capitol 10,000—Austin’s annual spring fling and the largest 10-K in Texas—gets underway Sunday morning (April 12) at 8 a.m. at its traditional starting point on S. Congress Avenue at Barton Springs Road, right across the street from the Austin Statesman. Nearly 20,000 runners, walkers and a wide variety of other costumed things are expected. Last year, more than 16,000 participated in the Cap 10.
This is a huge week for The Trail Foundation. Tonight is its principle fund raiser—the Moonlight Margarita Run 5-K—but its big week got underway on Saturday morning with the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Boardwalk which officially opened the 1.2-mile segment. A crowd of about 500, anxious to try out the new segment of the [...]
Believe it or not, it isn't quite summer yet. Sure feels like it though and the Maudie’s Moonlight Margarita Run 5K on Thursday night is our favorite way to kick off the hot summer. The racing scene in the ATX can be pretty dormant in the summer, but for the 10th straight year we can [...]