Happy New Year! We’ve kept busy over the past couple of months, and the months ahead are just as exciting. From the Frosty Fifty and our Winter Seminar in one jam-packed weekend, to hash runs, social runs and the return of (we hope!) warmer weather and racing season, there is much to enjoy in our Runner Friendly Community.November and December ...

A great tradition since the earliest days of Twin City Track Club is the group run. Opportunities sometimes fluctuate with the seasons. Here are a few of the current running groups:Tuesday Evening Outdoor track workouts – Meet on the Bob Sosnik Track at Hanes Park, 6 p.m.Wednesday Evening Indoor workouts at JDL November–March, 6–8 p.m., dates here.Saturday Morning 11-12ish pace ...

The research is clear, if you didn’t know from your own experience: If you run, you are likely to experience an injury at some point. Allowing yourself to heal properly is the best way to ensure long-term health and a long life as a runner, but keeping your fitness momentum while healing can be a challenge.One option is an anti-gravity ...

Salisbury led the way in 2018, followed by Winston-Salem in 2021. And now, Greensboro and Lumberton join the ranks of more than 70 communities across the country designated as Runner Friendly Communities by theRoad Runners Club of America. According to the RRCA website, Runner Friendly Communities have demonstrated infrastructure that encourages safe running and a robust cooperation with local businesses ...

Dave Corn moved to Winston-Salem in the Fall of 1988 for work. Being new to the area, he and his wife were looking to meet people. “I do not recall now who invited us to come out for a social run, but I do recall it was the ‘Biscuit Run’ on Sunday morning,” Dave recalls. That Sunday, 20–30 people showed ...

As we finish out 2022 and head into 2023, reserve your spot for one or both of the final two trail races in the Fit 4 Race Series: Black Friday Relays and the Frosty Fifty, both at Salem Lake.Here are the details:Black Friday Relays, November 25, 2022 Three relay options, all “out and back” 5K legs:20K Relay = 4-person teams15K Relay ...

Fall is here at last! And running season is in full swing – from the Chicago Marathon (congratulations, Donnie Cowart for finishing 37th out of 40,000 runners!) to Moonlight Madness, Salem Lake and the Ardmore Rah, races have kept us busy. October 11 saw the final race in the 2022 $5K races, and we had an impressive collection of runners of ...

Twin City Track Club’s charity partners for the 2022 Beat the Heat race received checks to support their missions. These funds were donated by runners in this year’s race. You truly made a difference!Ainsley’s Angels in the Triad promotes teamwork, fitness and inclusion by pairing an able-bodied runner with a special needs athlete rider. TCTC’s donation of $4,330.48 will go ...

I started running when I was 48. I spent my younger years raising two amazing sons, who both ran track and cross country and who also both played soccer. I never considered that I too could run. I celebrated with my brother when he completed his first Iron Man and when he finished the Boston Marathon. Still, I never thought I ...

After a spectacular sunrise, 386 runners made their way around Salem Lake (once or twice). We raised funds to support our charity partners, the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Winston-Salem and the Winston-Salem Street School. And a dedicated band of volunteers came together to keep things running smoothly. Not a bad way to spend a Saturday morning in September!Here are ...