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Sunday, August 16, 2020

The Ramblin’ Rose Winston-Salem takes place in August at its brand new home, Salem College.

This event is very popular because of the beautiful venue, 2-loop bike course which is completely closed to traffic, and the run which goes out and back through historic Old Salem.

We hope you’ll join us on Sunday, August 16th!

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Ramblin’ Rose Helped Me Become a Marathoner!

Hi! My name is Marie Conner, and I participated in Ramblin’ Rose Winston-Salem in 2014. I wanted to share my story because I appreciate all that my Ramblin’ Rose experience has led me to achieve. Though I used to play ...

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Our Volunteers Make a Difference!

Ramblin’ Rose would not be possible without the tremendous support of our volunteers. Over 100 volunteers were in Huntersville to cheer for you, make sure you were on the correct course, and maybe even run with you. Most of them were ...

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The Secret Weapons of Endurance Athletes

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Homemade Fruit & Nut Bars

By Brandon McDearis This recipe requires minimal work and the payoff is one of convenience and great flavor. You can think of these bars as a homemade trail mix with the added step of mixing and baking. They are great ...

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Why Do You Run?

By Brittany Youngman As runners, we are all challenged with the question: Why do you run? As if each runner is to come up with a different answer. I came across a number of reasons – health, camaraderie, strength (physical and mental), ...

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In Order to Win, You Have to Show Up and Start

Over the weekend, I had a chance to meet some young athletes who visited my wellness spa – A to Zen Massage – in Greensboro. They were in town for the New Balance Track Championships competing in the Relay Medley Event. In ...

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Stable Core, Smooth Pedaling

By Brian Beatty Many of us can relate to the experience of grinding away on the bike… whoomph, whoomph, whoomph… only to passed by someone turning over the steady drone tone of wrrrrrrrrrrrr. The steady tone of the rubber on ...

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RUNNING – Don’t Be That Gal (or Guy). Please.

By D.C. Lucchesi Let’s face it. Static stretching hasn’t been cool since “Happy Days” was in prime time, but that still doesn’t mean you don’t see folks at the gym, on the trail, or at the start line diving over ...

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Transition Quick Tips

Triathletes are always trying to perfect their transition setup and change-over to the next discipline in a race. Sometimes the changes you can incorporate are the simple things. Check the list below for items that are easy to overlook but ...

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