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Fiesta FitFest

Celebrate fitness with Fiesta FitFest presented by H-E-B, San Antonio's newest official Fiesta event, April 8-10, 2022! Created by San Antonio Sports, this weekend of fiesta, fitness, fun and friends features L'Étape San Antonio by Tour de France, a world-class amateur cycling event, Fiesta FitFest 5K &10K presented by Michelob Ultra, Alpha Warrior Fitness Challenge, and the University Health Athletes' Village & Expo. There will be something for everyone with free access to the festival grounds for spectators and non-stop music and entertainment on the Thomas J. Henry Center Stage. Admission is free but there is a registration fee for race and Alpha Warrior Challenge participants.

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    One UTSA Circle, San Antonio San Antonio

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