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On behalf of the members of the San Antonio RoadRunners (SARR), welcome to our site. SARR was organized May 7, 1973, as a volunteer, non-profit group dedicated to the promotion of running for physical fitness, fellowship and fun. The club is affiliated with the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA), a national organization of running clubs dedicated to running and runners' rights.
Welcome to the San Antonio RoadRunners website. SARR was organized May 7, 1973 as a volunteer, non-profit group dedicated to the promotion of running for physical fitness, fellowship and fun. We are the local chapter of the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA), a national organization of running clubs dedicated to running and runner’s rights.
SARR organizes, promotes and supports 20+ events throughout the year, and was a partner with the city of San Antonio and the YMCA in the San Antonio Marathon for over 25 years.
All club events are listed on our website, as well as other, local non-SARR events, and offer distances for all ages and abilities.
Membership in the San Antonio RoadRunners includes membership in the Road Runners Club of America, reduced entry fees to SARR events, discounts at San Antonio area specialty running stores, and eligibility to participate in our award-winning SARR training programs.
As an all-volunteer, non-profit organization, membership dues help us continue to offer the local running community well organized, safe and enjoyable events. Proceeds from all SARR events also help us donate to worthy causes within our community.
The SARR Board is here to serve the members of the club. I encourage you to reach out to any of the Board members with questions, concerns, or suggestions. You are also invited to attend our open, monthly Board meetings. If you have some spare time, we would love to have you volunteer for one of our committees, races, or training programs. Have an idea on how to make SARR a better club? I would love to hear about it. You can help make a difference in the success of this club.