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 […]

Hamilton Lakes 10k – Race Profile

Once every year, the slow rumble of hundreds of hooves rings through the quiet neighborhood of Hamilton Lakes. Like a shimmering beacon in the mid-afternoon sun, Trivium Racing’s great arch proudly heralds the coming of the Hamilton Lakes 10k. And so it will be, once more, this year… Hamilton Lakes Park, originally created in the […]

Lakeside Trail Race Review

This Saturday brought a sunny cold day and 150 runners out to Bryan Park in Greensboro to compete in the classic winter trail run – The Lakeside Trail Race, put on by veteran race director, John Doggett. About 45 athletes completed the 15 mile distance and 105 took on the 8 mile course. Despite the […]