Here's the schedule for the upcoming CGTC Winter Series.
CGTC members can register online for the entire series.
See the complete series announcement for race details!
Check the 2017-18 Series Standings through the Misery Run.
Along with being a Gold sponsor of the inaugural Race Across Durham on Sunday, December 3rd, Godiva plans to support an aid station (or two) with some of our awesome volunteers.
Working a aid station is an easy and fun way to see the racing action up close. Please consider joing us (and you need not be a club member!).
Simply fill out the volunteer form online. Check the Dec. 3rd availability slot and "aid station volunteer assignment." Be sure to mention you would like to be assigned with the Carolina Godiva Track Club. Contact Patrick Gale if you have questions.
Sections of the Duke Forest popular with runners will be closed to the public Mondays through Fridays during the fall season. This year's "deer management program" begins on Monday, September 25th and ends on Friday, December 15th. Affected areas include the Durham section trails along NC 751 just west of campus, the Korstian section between Mt. Moriah and Whitfield Roads, and the Blackwood section near Chapel Hill in Orange county. All sections of the Forest will, however, be open to the public on Thursday and Friday of Thanksgiving week.
Visit Duke Forest's official announcement for details.
Do you like to run? Are you interested in meeting other people in North Carolina's Research Triangle area who share your interest? If so, you're in the right place.
Founded in 1975 at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Godiva Track Club has about members of all ages and abilities, and welcomes new members.
Godiva offers an annual Running Start program for those who are new or returning to the sport. The club presents popular running events like the Umstead Trail Marathon. Godiva's annual calendar also features weekly summer track meets, and a winter series of cross country runs. There are regularly scheduled most days of the week.
Oh yes, one more thing: You may wonder why we're called the Godiva Track Club. Here's the story.