Your day will start with a multiple musket volley at the historic cradle of liberty, The Alamo, as you pulsate past some of San Antonio’s best cultural icons on your way back to The Alamo and an amazing post race party.
START TIME ~ March 19th, 2017 ~ 7:45AM
7:15-7:30: Gather in front of The Alamo at Start Line on Alamo Street and get lined up
7:30: Final Instructions/Prayer/National Anthem
7:45: ALAMO 13.1 Half START with live multiple Musket Volley
***BAG CHECK*** We will have bag check for our runners starting at 6:15am. Please make sure your bag is marked with your bib#. Bag Check will be located just South of the BIG yellow gazebo near the Menger Hotel front facade.
RACE DAY PARKING
All street metered parking on streets north of The Alamo are FREE on Sundays. The City has parking garages at 240 E. Houston & at 400 N. Saint Mary’s that are only a few blocks from The Alamo with very reasonable rates as seen here: http://www.sanantonio.gov/ccdo/parking/parkingmap.aspx
Purpose.Race Events (PRE) does not offer refunds. No refunds is an industry standard, but at PRE we strive for satisfied customers, so we offer 3 options to help protect and preserve you registration.
1. Race Insurance. This is offered and sold by Active.com. For assistance if you purchased Active’s race insurance just Click Here for more information.
2. Transfer Registration to another person for a nominal fee of $25.
Click Here to request Transfer.
3. Defer Registration to another event within 1 year of registered
event for a nominal fee of $45.
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We are excited to treat you to what we believe to be one of the most scenic running courses around. Our historic course takes in THE best that San Antonio has to offer; showcasing the cultural icons that reflect the wonder of our fine community.
From the boom of the historic multiple musket volley you’ll zip past The Alamo and down historic Houston Street with the likes of the Buckhorn Museum and the Majestic Theatre. Then around to intimate Crockett Street and a sweet view of the River Walk and past The Alamo again. You’ll be treated to some amazing views as you head up to Dignowity Hill Park and across the classic Hays Street Pedestrian Bridge with its magnificent vista of downtown San Antonio. Next up is another famous brewery that has become the San Antonio Art Museum and then over through the heart of The Pearl and past Brackenridge Golf Course, the site of so many famous golf tourneys. Slide on thru the tranquil trees and chase a few ducks off the path of Brackenridge Park as you take in the active sounds of wild animals at the Zoo just feet from your pace. Next up, jump on the sweet Museum Reach of the River Walk and under the colorful large fish art display. Exit the River Walk at the handsome Tobin Center for Performing Arts boat ramp, zoom across Broadway as you begin your kick and back to a cascade of applause down the histoic cobblestones to The Alamo Finish.
Course Time Limits: You will have plenty of time to complete the course with a 4 HOUR TIME LIMIT. This is an easy 18 min. mile pace.
We’ll have plenty of Aid Stations every 1 – 1.5 miles stocked with plenty of water & Gatorade to replenish you.
FREE Phone Tracker App
This race offers a tracker app so your family and friends can know where you are on the course.
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RELAY folks enjoy The Alamo Start and move on over to the luxury shuttles on E. Houston Street at the end of the cobblestones on the north end of The Alamo across the street from the Emily Morgan Hotel. Shuttles will take you to the 6.55 Mile Relay Point at the southern end of Lions Field at Avenue B just off Broadway. RELAY runners will cross the 1/2 way point timing mat and then simply tag their running partner. Both will have their own race bibs with timing chips on the back of each bib. Each runner in the relay will run 6.55 miles.
If you are picking up a packet for a friend or family member, you must have them SIGN THIS WAIVER and bring it with you in order to receive their packet.
VENDORS FIXIN’ TO BE AT OUR EXPO (bring lots of dough (& credit cards) to lay on our fine sponsors!):
Any vendors that think they have something cool to share with our peeps?
Contact Us for Expo opportunities.
***Local Church Services***
Below is a list of churches near downtown that link to their services.
Expo and Race Day volunteers needed. Volunteers you provide the pulse that give any great event itʼs passion. They are vital in providing a safe, organized and fun race. It will take a battling army of enthusiastic volunteers to pull off ALAMO 13.1.
Volunteers are needed with packet pick-up, course monitors, distribute fluids at Aid Stations, hand out coveted finisherʼs medals food stations, and in many other areas that will make the ALAMO 13.1 race weekend a HUGE success. Volunteers must have reached the ripe old age of 12 years. This is your chance to be a part of such an exciting event that speaks to the heart of San Antonio.
As a Defender of the Alamo, you will defend all participants against all potholes foreign and domestic, dehydration, bonk-ing, whining & complaining, quitting and general course boredom from other events.
Creative, historic Finisher Medals for ALL finishers.
*** 2016 RACE RESULTS ***
The following categories apply for Awards for The ALAMO 13.1 & Relay:
The starting point is located in downtown San Antonio at the world famous Alamo. Click here to view the location in Google Maps and get directions
We have partnered with the historic Menger Hotel and the flagship La Quinta Inns & Suites for special rates for our out of town runners.