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The San Antonio RoadRunners invite women of all ages to join us for the 41st Annual Women's Run - Virtual Edition! This empowering all-female event is designed to connect and celebrate the San Antonio sisterhood of women and girls through fitness and fun.
The Women's Run is a virtual race where you are able to run your own race, at your own pace, and at the time you choose. All you have to do is signup, download and print your race bib, complete the miles, and submit your results.
If registering after 7/24, be sure to add-on shipping as our last packet pickup was 7/24.
If you have not recd your packet by 8/1, please text Deb, our Director of Racing at 210-240-8164
How to have your packet shipped:
Login to runsignup and click on your Profile (at the top right).
Scroll down and find the Women's Run Race, click on Manage Registration, Add-Ons (top navigation bar), and you can add shipping and checkout/pay
Download & Share Your Digital Bib Now:
Login to your RunSignup profile
Select>Upcoming Events>View Digital Bib
Share It!>Print, Save, or Screenshot
Complete your race and submit your results between July 18th - Aug 5th
Submit Results HERE
Questions: email firstname.lastname@example.org
SARR members get a 25% discount with online registration thru 6/30 (automatically applied at checkout)
Runners age 24 or younger and age 70+ get a 50% discount on 5K or 10K online registration thru 6/30 (no other discounts apply)
Did know the meaning behind this years flower? For 2020, we wanted the flower to have strong meaning. Gladioli have a unique long and pointed shape. Because of their shape, they are named after the Latin word “gladius”, meaning sword. In Rome, gladioli were associated with gladiators. Some say that gladiators wore gladiolus corms around their necks during battles to help them win and protect them from death. Because of their association with gladiators, the gladiolus flower meaning is strength and integrity. They also symbolize infatuation. By giving a gladiolus to someone, the giver sends the message “you pierce my heart” to the receiver, because of the flower’s pointed shape. Another gladiolus meaning is remembrance.
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