Sports in Austin


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  • Austin Paintball
    A wide, dusty expanse lies in the center of rugged woods. Its sandy floor occasionally laps up into wind tunnels as desert breezes roll through. The expanse is dotted with large wooden spools and shrubs. Through the eerie silence, a muffled rustling is heard, and suddenly a masked figure appears, a long marker aimed at an opponent. Within Austin Paintball's nine distinct fields, paint-slinging commandos encounter strategies and scenarios sprawled across 30 acres of dense woodlands and dusty lots. Units march into the Barrels field, which is haphazardly strewn with stacked, splattered barrels, or onto a new tournament area. The Underground and Iwo Jima, two fields marked by deep trenches that force exhilarating combat, re-create famous battles from history or legendary finger-painting skirmishes from kindergarten. Self-service stations include 3,000 and 4,500 psi compressed-air stations, where players can recharge their air-powered devices or inflate self-brought blimps for paint-based air raids. Pacifists can view the action from the 1,000-square-foot stone patio that overlooks the hill country or take aim at motionless targets at the firing range.
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    4150 U.S. 290,Dripping Springs
    Dripping Springs, TX US
  • Rogue Running
    Most runners simply want to cross the finish line of their first marathon. Steve Sisson wanted Austin’s runners to set loftier goals, so he created Rogue Running and hired a staff of experienced and decorated coaches. Steve himself is tribute to what drive can accomplish: he was a three-time all-American cross-country and track runner at the University of Texas, and is currently the assistant coach for the women’s track-and-field team. His vision is to pass on that sense of discipline as well as advanced running techniques in a training program tailored according to how hard runners want to work, rather than how frequently they’ve spotted Jesse Owens in the supermarket. Using this method, the Rogue crew has readied runners for everything from 5K races and marathons to triathlons and trail runs. One of Steve’s ultimate goals is to create a thriving running community. To this end, Rogue Running has trained more than 10,000 runners of varying skill levels, and opened retail stores that outfit the community with athletic apparel and running shoes.
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    500 San Marcos St.
    Austin, TX US
  • Play It Again Sports
    Play It Again Sports overhauls lockers with high-quality gear and rescues gently used athletic equipment from untimely retirement. Products from brands such as Easton, Wilson and Nike make up an all-star lineup across each store's shelves, which are replenished daily with goods for a wide selection of sports that ranges from baseball and football to disc golf and lacrosse. Treadmills, weight training equipment, and exercise bikes equip bodies with muscular suits of armor, and pintsize and adolescent equipment arms youngsters with protective padding until they eat enough bologna to grow muscles of their own. To ensure its stock remains robust, Play It Again Sports encourages athletes to collect their lightly used gear—including bicycles—and bring it into a local store to consign, trade or sell.
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    2933 W Anderson Ln
    Austin, TX US
  • St. Bernard Sports
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: St. Bernard Sports facet_type_id: bf0986e0-5f39-1032-aedf-fa9fcfe7a7c3 html_text: The boutique fashion store St. Bernard Sports revamps the wardrobes of men, women, and children with apparel from major brands such as Lilly Pulitzer, Tibi, and 7 for All Mankind. Sperry boat shoes and Tommy Bahama swim trunks look just as much at home at a backyard pool party as they do in a bathtub, and Trina Turk drop earrings with red square stones focus the attention upward, as do Ray-Ban sport aviators. The boutique also gears up clients for sporty adventures with wakeboards, snowboards, and skis.
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    401 West 3rd Street
    Austin, TX US
  • Capital City Running
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Capital City Running facet_type_id: aa692e80-5f38-1032-934b-a06cc4bab57a html_text: As passionate runners themselves, Steven and Gina Bernhardt operate Capital City Running in an effort to supply fellow enthusiasts with whatever they may need, from sound advice to stylish accessories. The duo takes footwear very seriously, and helps runners get the most out of their stride with a fitting process that takes into account elements such as support, terrain, and gait. With the right shoes in hand—or, more reasonably, on feet—customers can build their running regime from the ground up with performance running socks, cold-weather running gear, and essential accessories such as water bottle belts and sunglasses.
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    1700 Ranch Rd 620 N, Ste 102
    Austin, TX US
  • Castle Hill Specialized Fitness
    Whether you're an experienced yogi or new to the practice, Castle Hill Specialized Fitness in Austin has classes for every level. Whether you're looking for a quick snack or a full meal, the restaurant at this gym is sure to dish out something delicious. You may want to pack a change of clothes before heading to Castle Hill Specialized Fitness, where students rave about the hot yoga classes. At Castle Hill Specialized Fitness, you can learn quick and effective kickboxing techniques that will tone and enhance your body. Drivers can park on the street or a nearby lot near Castle Hill Specialized Fitness.
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    1112 N Lamar Blvd
    Austin, TX US