We welcomed in 2022 with temperatures near 80, only to dive back into a deep freeze for most of the first two months. But through it all, we’ve kept running.
As January began, runners took to the streets downtown to celebrate with a Strava Art Run. If anyone was confused by all the back and forth, it all became clear when the course was finished.
February saw the return of the Winter Seminar on the 19th. Runners met at Reynolda for a run with speaker Abbey Cooper and a slightly less fancy version of the Red Dress Run in honor of the 57th American Heart Month.
That evening at Bermuda Run Country Club, Abbey Cooper gave an encouraging, funny and heartfelt talk on Grit and Grace, drawing on her experiences in running—the highs and the lows—and the lessons she’s learned along the way.
On March 19, we’ll gather for a St. Patrick’s Day 4 Leaf Clover Run 3-6 p.m., meeting at Fiddlin’ Fish Brewing Company. The cost is $5, free for TCTC members. Be sure to check in at the TCTC table at Fiddlin’ Fish and start your run by 4 p.m. so you’ll have ample time to figure out the clues and make it to each location and back to Fiddlin’ Fish to get your gold coin by 6 p.m. Check out the link for details and to sign up.
On April 9 we’re hosting a Breakfast Run with Fleet Feet. Come to Fleet Feet at 9 a.m. for a casual run followed by a cooked breakfast. Sign up here.
And don’t forget to sign up for $5K 2022.
And if you’re planning further out, we’ll be returning to Leinbach Park for the annual Twin City Track Club picnic and Annual Meeting May 1 and we’re planning a night at the Dash this summer.