Greensboro, North Carolina (United States of America) - "Hamilton Lakes 10K and 5K". In its 6th year, the Hamilton Lakes 10K will include its 5K counterpart again. Both events will make their way through the gorgeous Hamilton Lakes neighborhood and along the picturesque Hamilton Lake itself. We have moved the race to the fall to move away from other events that have moved to our historic date. This event will again be part of the Trivium Running Series and the the Trivium Club Cup Challenge. The medal for both the 5K and 10K will also be a part of The Trivium Medal Series. This is race number 4 in the Trivium Medal Series. If you complete all 4 races you will receive a finishers medal as well! All medals will fit together to make one giant Trivium Medal!




Danbury, North Carolina (United States of America) - "Pilot Mountain to Hanging Rock". Have you had a chance to see the beauty of Pilot Mountain and Hanging Rock State Park in the fall? This race is filled with wooded trails, stream crossings and gorgeous views, representing one of the most beautiful and difficult new races in the country.




Greensboro, North Carolina (United States of America) - "Preyer's Race the Bar 8K". Preyer's has been a part of the Race the Bar Series for several years and it will again serve as one of our fall stops on the RTB tour! We will be hosting an 8K this year and I think we have finally perfected this gorgeous course. Athletes will start and finish at Preyer's. While on the course, they will spend some time in neighborhoods surrounding The Lake Daniels Greenway. The course will take out the big hill on Courtland, slightly reducing the overall elevation change. We will be USATF certifying the course for 2018! When athletes get to the finish line, they will be greeted with live music, beer and awesome finisher's prizes!




Cary, North Carolina (United States of America) - "Tobacco Road Marathon & Half Marathon". The Tobacco Road Marathon & Half Marathon will be the first of its kind in NC to embrace the town of Cary and country roads of Western Wake County. The marathon features over 20 miles of the American Tobacco Trail. The rest of the course is be flat and fast with a downhill finish and a must do for the Boston Qualifier! Both races will begin at 7am on Brooks Park Lane and head towards the entrance of Thomas Brooks Park. When you cross that finish line with a Boston Marathon qualifying (BQ) time or a personal best (PR for personal record), ring our celebratory bell so we can all share in your accomplishment! The bell is just beyond the finish line. After you make it through the finish line, collect your medal, and refuel at our post-race party, stop by our awards table. We have a special Boston Qualifying T-shirt for you. Be proud of your accomplishment, we sure are! Qualifying standards for the Boston Marathon are posted on their site and are defined by the Boston Athletic Association. Keep in mind that 10% of Tobacco Road Marathon runners qualify for the Boston Marathon; that's why our event, conducted on the fast, flat American Tobacco Trail is known as a Boston Qualifier.

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