Hamilton Lakes 10k Review

In its 3rd year running, the Hamilton Lakes 10k went off on a windy, yet sunny Saturday afternoon, March 28th. The neighborhood was abuzz with 167 participants, and dozens of volunteers and local spectators. The start/finish was once again located right beside the picturesque Hamilton Lake, and served as an excellent home stretch for many […]

Volunteer Appreciation Program

Volunteers are what make the Trivium Racing events safe and encouraging for participants! We really appreciate when people are willing to sacrifice their time and energy to assist both us and the athletes participating. So to show our appreciation, we are offering a 75% discount for any future 2015 Trivium Racing race (excluding Greensboro Marathon events), to […]

Dick’s Sporting Goods teams up with the Trivium Running Series

Just last month the agreement was finalized to include Dick’s Sporting Goods (DSG) as a major partner of the new Trivium Running Series.  It’s kind of a big deal, because for every race in the series, we’ll be giving away over $1,000 in DSG store credit, in addition to our usual (unusual) awards.  The benefits to […]

Victory Junction is the 2015 Greensboro Marathon Charity Partner!

Trivium Racing is excited to announce that our new charity partner for the 2015 Greensboro Marathon will be Victory Junction! This is a great local camp that was founded for kids with  chronic medical conditions in honor of Adam Petty in 2004. Here is a little more about what they do, in their own words: “Victory […]

Mother Winter

By Jennifer Goff Woohoo!  You did it!  You just registered for the Greensboro Marathon!  You’re committed, you’re pumped, you’re lacing up your sneakers right now to go for a run because you’re so BADA$$, and you’re… FREEZING.  Ahhhh, crap. Hello, Mother Winter!  With eight months to go until the big day, there is still lots […]

The Cerebral Runner

The Cerebral Runner   A “pure sport” is defined as a sport that has no potential for an external influence that determines the outcome ie running, swimming, golf, bowling (technically) and several others are all pure sports in that no referee/official is determining who the winner is. More appropriately, it measures who is the best. […]

Northeast Duathlon – Race Profile

The time has come to prepare for another great year for athletes everywhere. For three years, Northeast Park has been home to Trivium Racing’s first race in the Triad Duathlon Series. The Northeast Duathlon offers multisport athletes an early year challenge that is sure to get anyone’s motor going. Northeast Park is located just northwest […]

Athlete Spotlight

It’s already February and it’s that time of the week, when we recognize hard working athletes. This week we will speak to Christopher Reed. Chris is from Cherokee, North Carolina. He’s a member of the Cherokee Runners, and is the President of UNCG’s Running Club, where he studies Hospitality and Tourism Management. Chris has done nine […]

Athlete Spotlight

Happy belated 2015, everyone! We here at Trivium Racing are pretty pleased with 2014. We got some sun, we had some fun events, and made plenty of friends. Those friends helped us make those events fun, and even got some sun too! That brought us to two thoughts. 1) We really miss the sun part. Seriously, that […]

The Dos and Don’ts of Shin Splints

For many runners, beginning & seasoned alike, shin splints are like the common cold: sometimes they’re mildly inconvenient, while other times they’re severely debilitating. Yet, the reality for many runners is that they’re generally unavoidable over the long-term. But having shin splints is a temporary condition that is entirely manageable. By exercising the following principles and […]