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The Tar Heel 10 Miler is designed to celebrate YOU. Showcasing downtown Chapel Hill, the UNC campus, and the surrounding historic neighborhoods it's a true Carolina tradition with thousands of UNC alumni crossing the finish line each year. This year's race is Aprli 22, 2023.
The Maud 2.23 run was started after the killing of Ahmaud Arbery in a Georgia neighborhood in 2020.
Adam Owens, WRAL anchor/reporter
Runners will start at the Memorial Belltower on the campus of North Carolina State University, run to 2.5 miles to the Krispy Kreme at the intersection of Peace and Person streets, eat a dozen doughnuts and run back.
Mark Bergin, WRAL senior multiplatform producer
The City of Oaks Marathon is back in town on Nov. 6. The start line will be on 400 Glenwood Ave. and the finish line will be at 500 N. West St.
The race through downtown Raleigh began with a moment of silence in memory of avid runner Sue Karnatz, one of five victims of the mass shooting in Raleigh last month.
Jodi Leese Glusco, WRAL director of digital content and Adam Owens, WRAL anchor/reporter
A pair of Raleigh businesses organized a run on Thursday night to remember a woman who was killed while running on the Neuse River Greenway Trail in the mass shooting.
Runologie and Pine State Coffee hosted a special run for Sue Karnatz and the four other shooting victims that were killed on the Neuse River Greenway.
Leslie Moreno, WRAL reporter
Runners in north Texas came together for a memorial run for the Memphis mother kidnapped and killed during her morning run last week.
After an investigation overnight, the North Carolina State Highway Patrol has determined that a fatal collision of a van into people at the start of a road race on Grandfather Mountain was an accident.
At least one person was killed and three others injured Thursday night when a van plowed through runners at the Bear Race in Avery County.
At least one woman was killed and three other people injured Thursday night when a van plowed through runners at the Bear Race in Avery County.
Around 12,000 people took part in a 3.2-mile run Saturday to remember and honor the 32 lives lost in a mass shooting at Virginia Tech that took place 15 years ago.
Jon Ziefle is an avid runner. But when the coronavirus pandemic hit and races were being canceled, he began to work on more personal challenges. So, Ziefle set a goal to run every single street, trail and greenway within the city limits of Durham within the 2021 calendar year.
Sydney Franklin, WRAL multiplatform producer
The 5K in Durham, The Jingle Bell Leap, is raising money for a special school.
120 people ran through Durham Saturday morning. They ran so that other young kids can get ahead.
Adam Owens, WRAL anchor/reporter
Hundreds of runners and walkers will hit the streets of Raleigh this weekend to help stamp out ALS, a debilitating neuromuscular condition that has no cure.
Owls are swooping down on runners and walkers in Raleigh.
Higher COVID-19 vaccination rates inspired some race organizers to open up for "in person" running events as well as the "virtual" option that became the norm in 2020. Still, fundraising events that depend on race revenue are taking a hard hit.
If you're taking advantage of awesome spring weather and lacing up your running shows, you're not alone.
Jeff Hogan, anchor/reporter, and Rick Armstrong, photojournalist
Thinking about getting those running shoes out as the weather warms up? Here's some incentive: A free six-week 5K training program, courtesy of Fit4Mom Midtown Raleigh, to get you ready for the Note in the Pocket Socks & Undie 5K Rundie and Kids Fun Run.
Sarah Lindenfeld Hall, Go Ask Mom editor
A teen reported missing Tuesday evening says she was stuck in a tree overnight after encountering a bear while out for a run.
By keeping runners in the Colorado Trail Run apart, event organizers were able to bring everyone together.
Jeremy Humphrey is an ultra-marathon runner who loves to spend his time in the mountains of Idaho. This past weekend, Humphrey offered to put his skills to use by joining in the search for a hiker who hadn't been seen in the area for more than a week.
I must admit I was feeling a little smug about having visited all 100 North Carolina counties.