Run Through the Triangle this Fall

Now is the time to start training for the upcoming running season!  Whether you are just thinking about running your first race or a seasoned veteran, the key to success is preparation.  At Core Results we want to be a part of your success.  There are hundreds of races throughout the triangle over the next few months, so choose one and begin training now! From inspired spectator to marathons junkies, there is something for everyone to get outside and exercise.  Here are a few highlighted races:

 

Sir Walter Miler – spectator race August 3rd

The Sir Walter Miler began due to lack of stateside races for American athletes. In June 2013, Sandy Roberts was coming his best collegiate season, and couldn’t find any meets, that weren’t in Europe, to continue his development. With this position, the “Sandman Mile” was created for Roberts to attempt a sub 4:00 mile with only his brother as the pacer. The event was promoted for only a few days, and would take place at the end of football practice, with the lights still on, at Cardinal Gibbons High School. Hundreds showed up and lined the track to cheer Roberts on. The next year, the Sir Walter Miler took that energy and developed it into a mile-centric event, which has only grown since.

The race has since transformed into a highly competitive run, drawing the fastest 1-mile sprinters from around the world to Raleigh, N.C.  Get out and watch the race on Friday, August 3rd and be inspired to get fast!!

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Oak City Mile – September 9th

The Oak City Mile includes a Men’s Competitive One Mile Race at 2pm followed by a Women’s Competitive Mile Race at 2:20. There is also an untimed recreational run at 2:40, concluded by a post-race party at 3pm for everyone.  The races are open to all runners regardless of age or speed.

Core Results and a number of our clients will be participating in the Oak City Mile, and we would love for you to be apart of it.  The preparation starts now, don’t hesitate to contact us for more information and begin training today!

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6th Annual Bull City Race Fest and Food Truck Rodeo – October 21

This festival offers something for everyone.  There is a half marathon, five miler, or one mile option available, starting and ending in the historic Tobacco District.  Race through downtown Durham, Trinity Park, Duke University and surrounding neighborhoods.  Finish the day enjoying food and drinks at the post race festival on the lawn at the Durham Performing Arts Center.  There will be food trucks, a beer garden, kids’ zone and entertainment.

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Raleigh City of Oaks – November 4th

The City of Oaks has a many distance options depending on your level.  The 26.1 mile Raleigh City of Oaks Marathon, 13.1 mile UNC REX Healthcare Half Marathon, the Olde Reliable 10K, Four-person Marathon Relay, and a Kids’ Mile.

Each course has been designed to showcase many of the focal points of the City of Raleigh, including Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh, the State Capitol Building, the Glenwood South restaurant district, Meredith College, NC State University, and the NC State University Bell Tower. Each course highlights the diversity of Raleigh’s landscape, from modern city to wooded trails with a streamed setting. Marathon runners will be treated to a run on the Capital Area Greenway system.

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Whether you choose one of the highlighted races or any other race in the area, start training for your best time ever with the team at Core Results.  We proudly work with all levels of running ability and want to help you get in the best running shape of your life.  

Click here for a list of local races coming up over the next few months.  >>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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