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2020 Cap10K registrants will be honored at 2021 race

This year's race was canceled due to the coronavirus, and the 2019 race was canceled due to bad weather.

AUSTIN, Texas — Registrants for the 2020 Statesman Cap10K will now be honored at the 2021 race, event organizers announced Friday.

KVUE has been a proud media sponsor for Cap10K race, the largest 10K race in the state. This year, KVUE's Quita Culpepper and Tony Plohetski were set to emcee the event. KVUE will continue to be the media partner in 2021.

Transfering the registrations will come at no additional charge to participants. However, registration is non-transferable and is the only consideration or compensation currently available to this year's registrants.

"We're so grateful for your dedication to our race and appreciate your patience by staying with us during this time," said Jeff Simecek, Statesman Cap10K race director. "We look forward to putting on a spectacular 44th Cap10K race and finish line festival on Sunday, April 11, 2021, and we invite you to join us."


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The race was canceled for the second year in a row in 2020. This year, it was due to the coronavirus and last year to bad weather. Last year marked the first time in history the race was canceled.

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