American Spirit 5 Man Relay Run
An Official San Antonio Tricentennial Event
After the run all Team Members to meet us at Eisenhower Park (End Point). There will be raffle prizes for participants, live music, food trucks, vendors, and family fun games/entertainment.
There will be 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place awarded to the following categories:
Open Mixed (Must have at least 2 female team members)
Drawstring Sports Goodie Bag
Chance for raffle drawings
Bring your family & friends! The more the merrier!
Each team will consist of 5 members ($35/member for a total fee of $175.00/team) The Team Captain will be responsible for the following:
Ensuring there are five runners and one at each leg.
Team Captains will provide or arrange transportation to each transfer point & the end at Eisenhower Park.
Bring the relaying American Flag baton to be used by their team
Locations for exchange points are:
Start: John James Park at 1300 Rittiman Road; San Antonio, TX 78234
Exchange #1: Tobin Park at 2126 NE Loop 410 @ Starcrest
Exchange #2: Bitters Brush recycle drop off on Wurzbach Parkway
Exchange #3: Hardberger Park on Blanco Road & Long Field road @ Park Police Sub-Station past main entrance, (Drive NE on Blanco (L) Longfield Road, (L) Old Blanco Rd)
- teams that arrive at Hardberger Park after 10:30 am will be pulled from the course.
Exchange #4: Crossroads Bikes at 14510 NW Military Hwy (NW Military & Huebner)
Exchange #5: North bound intersection of NW Military and Wagon Trail
End Point: Eisenhower Park
American Spirit Run is a 5-man Relay Race between Fort Sam Houston & Camp Bullis. It commemorates the historical training of those now recognized as our ‘Greatest Generation’ and who served in the 2nd Infantry Division during the Korean War, Cuban Missile Crisis and WWII. In addition to military branch service teams it is open to all who wish to register a team. While runners cast their aim at Camp Bullis, the community will plant THOUSANDS of flags along NW Military Highway to lend a spectacular site as runners head towards their finish line. The event is sponsored by the American Spirit Alliance, a non-profit organization dedicated to engaging the community in activities that help promote the respect and vitality of our American spirit. For more information log on to www.AmericanSpiritAlliance.org.
Click to reach the official site
Information about the event is available in : English