EVERYTHING’S BIGGER IN … AUSTIN
The Capitol 10,000 is the largest 10K in Texas.
When the Cap10K was off to the races in 1978, it had 3,400 participants. Looking forward to the 43rd, the local race has not only grown to become the largest 10K in Texas, but also the sixth largest in the nation.
The race starts on Congress Avenue Bridge. Travel northbound to E. 11th St. and turn right; Travel eastbound on E. 11th St. to San Jacinto Blvd. and turn left; Travel northbound on San Jacinto Blvd. to E. 12th St. and turn right; Travel eastbound to Trinity St. and turn left; Travel northbound to E. 15th St. and turn left; Travel westbound on 15th St. to Enfield Rd.; Travel westbound on Enfield Rd. to Winsted Ln. and turn left; Travel southbound on Winsted Ln. to Lake Austin Blvd. and turn right; Travel westbound on Lake Austin Blvd. to Veterans Dr. and turn left; Travel eastbound on Veterans Dr. to Stephen F. Austin Dr.; Travel eastbound on Stephen F. Austin Dr. to W. Cesar Chavez St. and turn right; Travel eastbound on W. Cesar Chavez St. to S. First St. and turn right; Travel southbound on S. First St. to W. Riverside Dr. and turn right; Travel westbound on W. Riverside Dr. to finish line at traffic circle.