North Carolina Roadrunners Club

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Welcome to NCRC
Welcome to the North Carolina Roadrunners Club, commonly known as NCRC! We're a nonprofit organization that's a member club of the Road Runners Club of America, one of 18 RRCA clubs in North Carolina. We're based in Raleigh, where our club began in 1979 (see the About NCRC tab for more details). NCRC hosts three races each year, ranging in length from 5K to half-marathon, and holds two annual fund-raising events (see the NCRC Races/Events tab for details). Benefits of becoming a club member include race and in-store discounts, a bimonthly online newsletter, volunteer recognition, and the opportunity to join our 1,000 Mile Club (see the 1,000 Mile Club tab for details). We also hold social runs and other events throughout the year (see the Calendar tab). All runners and walkers are welcome to join us!
NCRC Dix Sunflowers Run — Tuesday, July 19
That great Raleigh summertime tradition, the sunflowers field at Dix Park, returns in July! NCRC will celebrate with our July social run starting and ending there. We'll meet at the sunflowers field, off of Hunt Drive, at 6:30 p.m. on July 19. We'll take photos first and then head out for a 2-mile walk or a 3-mile run. Elizabeth Werner will lead this special social run for us.
Special Guest for Sept. 11 NCRC Quarterly Meeting
For NCRC's third quarter meeting in September, we will have a special guest speaker. Andrea Lytle Peet, who lives in Raleigh, on May 28 became the first person with ALS to complete a marathon in all 50 states. Andrea's Team Drea Foundation has raised more than $750,000 for ALS research. She will present her inspiring story at 3:30 p.m. (doors will open at 3 p.m.) on Sept. 11 at the Thomas G. Crowder Woodland Center at 5611 Jaguar Park Drive in Raleigh. Watch for a Zoom link for this meeting.
Team Drea Foundation Website
ATT 10-Miler and 4-Miler — Saturday, Oct. 22
Join us for the last of three NCRC races in 2022, the ATT 10-Miler and 4-Miler on Oct. 22! You can register now to race either distance or to volunteer. The entire race is on the soft surface of the American Tobacco Trail. The race is an ideal training run for fall marathons or half-marathons, and it can be a chance to set a personal record at a unique distance. Proceeds from the race will help ATT trail maintenance and development through the Triangle Rails to Trails Conservancy. 
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Special Club Member Deals Page
If you join the North Carolina Roadrunners Club, you can get access to special race and store discounts, including a new discount for the Oct. 28-29 Tuna Relay. These discounts are listed on our website and accessible on a single webpage. Anyone can view the discount offers under the Club Deals tab of this website, but you must sign in as a member to access the discount codes (by clicking on Claim Offer).
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