The first finisher crossed the line around 8:30a.m.
The first woman to cross the finish line was Rachel Baptista.
APF, established in 1992, works with the Austin community to make public parks, trails and green spaces better through volunteering, innovative programing, advocacy and financial support. APF fills the city’s funding and resource gap needed to develop, maintain and enhance Austin's 300+ parks, trails and more.
APF is known for its annual flagship volunteer event, It’s My Park Day, and is a presenting partner and beneficiary of the popular Austin City Limits Music Festival at Zilker Metropolitan Park.
Every first Saturday in March and November, Austin Parks Foundation hosts its biggest city-wide volunteer event in effort to improve the parks, trails and greenbelts of Austin. Click here to learn how to volunteer.
APF also has an ongoing Adopt-A-Park program, which is a collaborative partnership between Austin Parks & Recreation (PARD) and Austin Parks Foundation.
To help celebrate the Cap10K, the APF provided a list of their favorite "off the beaten path" trails in Austin:
- Onion Creek Greenbelt Park
- Goat Cave Karst Nature Preserve
- St. Edwards Park
- Commons Ford Ranch Metropolitan Park
- Perry Art Park
And for those fitness enthusiasts, here are their favorite parks for exercise:
- Mary Moore Searight Metropolitan Park
- Joslin Neighborhood Park
- Southern Walnut Creek Trail Hike & Bike
- Dick Nichols Park