The 36th running of the Thomas Wolfe 8K race drew hundreds of runners out on a stunning fall morning Oct. 20. Runners looped around the Wolfe gravesite in Riverside Cemetery. (Photos by Bill Rhodes)
From Linville to the foot of the Mile High Swinging Bridge on Grandfather Mountain, it’s just a five-mile run. But perhaps because the route has an 1,568-foot elevation change — they call this race “The Bear.” Asheville’s Matt Morse won the men’s division, taking the course in 32 minutes and 17 seconds. (photo by Skip Sickler)
It’s race season again, and on Saturday, April 2, the Western Carolina Physical Therapy Student Association hosts its third annual 5K race.
I am a trail runner! As of recently. Very recent. Okay, just in the last few weeks, if we must be honest. Not so long ago, you would have found me plodding around my neighborhood in my slow-but-steady pace or making the occasional foray to Carrier Park or the treadmill at my local Y. But […]
Two long-running November events need sponsors: The Shut In Ridge Trail Run and Turkey Trot
Among its many mysteries, the human mind’s ability to remember only the good times seems particularly profound. All those late-night-study sessions and supposedly do-or-die grades in graduate school? I can’t recall a single one. But I’ve got all the details you need on football tailgates, basketball victory parties and other such celebratory endeavors. The proof’s […]