More than 20,000 participants are slated to compete in the 11th annual Rock/n/Roll Marathon in San Antonio Sunday.
The Commanders are one of eight teams in the fledgling league which is slated to begin play this spring and will hold a league-wide training camp in San Antonio in January.
In 1967, Kathrine Switzer ran the Boston Marathon. She’s bringing her story and talking with other trailblazing women on a panel on Nov. 29 at Trinity University.
The Believe It Foundation on Friday announced Believe It Bikes, a citywide adaptive bike program for children with physical disabilities.
Sharon Sander is known not only for being a former national champion in modern pentathlon but for competing in more than 300 triathlons.
In just its second season competing in Division I football, the University of the Incarnate Word won a share of the conference title and made the playoffs.
On Saturday, crowds cheered on the more than 200 riders who circled the Alamo as the Red Bull Last Stand bike race returned to San Antonio for its third year.
This Saturday, hundreds of cyclists will travel to the Alamo City to battle it out in a race around its namesake monument in the third annual Red Bull Last Stand.
A grandmother’s airborne flip flop translated into a marketing success story for the San Antonio Missions in their final season in Double-A baseball.
Hosted by Morgan’s Wonderland, the 50th annual state Special Olympics Summer Games will bring 3,000 participating athletes to San Antonio.
Whittier left San Antonio to become the first African-American letter winner in Texas Longhorns’ football history in 1970.