Texas Hill Country
Meet Runs at Phil Hardberger Park
8400 NW Military Hwy
San Antonio, TX 78231
In front of the Urban Ecology Center
Meet Run Time
Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. with coaches Sarah Conder and Neven Jones.
Wear comfortable clothes, bring hydration, sunscreen and bug spray.
Fill out and submit our waiver before coming to your first Meet Run
Please check our Facebook page for any cancellations.
Special Fundraiser November 29, 2018
Join 261 Fearless Club Texas Hill Country and Girls on the Run of Bexar County for a panel discussion by Game-Changing women who will share their empowering journey and their determination to inspire every girl and women to become fearless.
Panel features Kathrine Switzer, Sheryl Sculley, Mona Patel, Mary Mulcahey, Kim Lubel, and more.
Event held at Trinity University Track. Doors open at 5:00 p.m.; panel begins at 6:15p.m., followed by a general reception with heavy hors d'oeuvres. VIP reception with panelists begins at 5:30 p.m.
Visit our webpage to purchase tickets.
We are a female-specific running community that focuses on the fun, social, non-competitive side of running. Women of all ability train together, support and encourage each other through running inspired activities and games. Taking the first step as a runner can be overwhelming. Many women find that a supportive place like our 261 Fearless Club is a great place to start.
We Love our Sponsors
261 Fearless Club Texas Hill Country is a non-profit 501 (C)(3) organization, membership allows you to join our weekly meet runs. You will also save 10% at iRun (some restrictions apply)
Our semi-annual dues cost only $26.10 due January 1 and July 1.
Why We Are Different
Unlike a traditional running club we do not focus on pace, time or distance. Instead we teach you healthy running techniques and give you female specific running tips. We are also part of a larger global network of 261 Fearless clubs that span three continents.
The number 261 is Kathrine Switer's bib number from the 1967 Boston Marathon. She protected that bib while an angry race director attacked her in the second mile and tried to rip the numbers off her shirt. He was infuriated that a women had entered his race, declaring that it was a men's only event. Check out the whole story in her own words here.
Women from around the world have been wearing the number 261 on their outfits, bibs and body because it makes them feel Fearless in the face of adversity. Whether it's a tough marathon, a difficult business presentation or coping with the challenges of life.
Get in Touch!
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