Running in Lakeway


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  • Too Cool Racing
    Too Cool Racing charters adventure races in the backwoods, waterways, and bike trails across the greater Austin area. The outdoor circuits range from scavenger hunts completed mostly on foot or bike to multifaceted races that include rappelling, snorkeling, and ziplining through unspoiled Texas countryside, encouraging guests to enjoy nature while getting a workout or bribing native wildlife for tips on how to navigate the trails. Races typically conclude with a festive gathering replete with music, door prizes, complimentary craft beer, and the presentation of prizes totaling $500 to the first through third finishers.
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    2501 Pace Bend Pk Rd N.
    Spicewood, TX US
  • Mud Factor
    Mud Factor Kidz Each year, Mud Factor plows into towns across the country towing along a fun yet challenging course full of obstacles and mud to trudge through. By conquering the course, participants win the right to don finishers’ medals.
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    4150 E Hwy 290
    Dripping Springs, TX US
  • Austin Mudder LLC
    Austin Mudder challenges its participants to splash, run, jump, and climb through mud, walls, bridges, hurdles, and hills. The thrilling obstacle course touts itself as a "Fun Mudder"—an enjoyable romp through mud without the electroshocks, intense competition, and sword fights of a Tough Mudder. After they complete the race, mud-covered participants will feel invigorated, but not defeated, and swelling with pride knowing that their proceeds go to benefit the Austin-Travis County Flood Relief Fund.
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    4150 U.S. 290
    Dripping Springs, TX US
  • Rogue Running
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Rogue Running facet_type_id: c9d7dce0-5f37-1032-8f7f-ad06e1756fcd html_text: |- 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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    2800 E Whitestone Blvd.
    Cedar Park, TX US
  • Partnerships in Action - Austin
    More than three million people survive on $2 a day or less, but Partnerships In Action is hoping to change that. In an effort to raise awareness about development issues and poverty abroad, this organization engineers projects, events, and gatherings around the world, including annual golf tournaments. Established in 2007, these tournaments unfold in major cities such as Austin, Seattle, Chicago, and Los Angeles. On September 8, this year's Austin-based tournament will take place at the University of Texas Golf Club. There, attendees will have the chance to network with socially responsible corporations while driving and putting to help end global poverty. In addition, onsite contests and activities infuse the afternoon with extra excitement. After the last shot is sunk and the course is folded up and thrown in the wash, the event will culminate with a lunch, awards banquet, and auction.
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    450 Cypress Creek Road
    Cedar Park, TX US
  • Penteli Events
    Six days before Halloween, the Austin Halloween Half Marathon will set out across Cedar Park in benefit of the Down Syndrome Association of Central Texas. Costumed or not, participants will work their way across a USATF-certified 13.1-mile course. Chip timers will keep track of each runner's time, and everyone who crosses the finish line will receive a custom finisher medal. Those medals won't be the only rewards waiting at the race's end. An after party will celebrate the day's efforts with music, massages, and activities for kids who aren't already exhausted from watching their parents run all morning.
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    2100 Avenue of the Stars
    Cedar Park, TX US

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