Segs4Vets Mobilizing America's Heroes 5kSunday, November 12, 2017 in San Antonio, TX at Freetail Brewery Tap Room, 2000 S. Presa St. *Reserve right to change course location/time due to availability
at 10:00 AM
» $35.00 registration per person (through 11/4 at 10:59 PM US/Central)
» $40.00 late registration per person (11/5 at 12:00 AM US/Central through 11/10 at 10:59 PM US/Central)
» $40.00 race day per person
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» Brewery tours to team that raises the most and to the team with the most members! Donate to a team or directly to Seg4Vets
|Visit Team Homepages|
Learn more about a team participating in this event, click on one of the names below.
* direct donation to Segs4Vets
CFI SEGS4VETS (23 contributors, $180.00)
DACA lot vida
DACA por vida (2 contributors)
Magnificent Bastards (2 contributors, $5.00)
San Antonio Segway Riders
TEAM Central Catholic (2 contributors, $110.00)
Team Los Amigos (2 contributors)
total raised: $295.00
All proceeds from the race will benefit Segs4Vets; a 501c(3) non-profit gifting mobility devices (Segways) to severely injured military veterans who served in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.
Segs4Vets started in 2005 and has since awarded over 2,000 mobility devices to injured men & women who have served our country.
Show your appreciation and support for our veterans and sign up today. For more information visit Segs4Vets.org
2602 NW Loop 1604
Bldg 1, Suite 106
San Antonio, TX 78248
Thursday, Nov 9th, from 11am - 7pm at iRun Bitters
Friday, Nov 10th from 5pm - 7pm at Freetail Brewery
or Race Day November 12th at Freetail Brewery starting at 9am.
9:00 AM: race day registration and packet pickup
10:00 AM: 5K start
11:00 AM: awards and door prizes
|Awards and Prizes|
Overall and Master male and female finishers
0-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+ 1st place Men/Women only
Chip timing is required to be eligible for awards. No duplicate awards given.
Segs4Vets, a nonprofit organization, awards Segways to men and women of the United States military who have sustained severe injuries while serving our Nation in Operation Iraqi Freedom and/or Operation Enduring Freedom.
The program began in 2005 as an unprecedented grass-roots effort by volunteers who passionately believed when those serving our Nation are sent into harm's way resulting in permanent disability, they must have every resource available to them to assist in choosing the path of independence rather than dependence upon return. That same objective continues today: to enhance our recipients' mobility, to provide them with role models and a roadmap so that he or she can remove or avoid frustrations that might inhibit their ability to live an independent, joyful life.
For event-related questions, please click on the *Contact the Organizers* button on the left-hand side of this page.