The Twin City Track Club (TCTC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting running and fitness in the Winston-Salem, North Carolina area since 1977. We are North Carolina's oldest running club and one of the largest clubs in the Southeast. Our members are a cross-section of the community, representing runners and walkers of all abilities. We have group activities to promote the social aspects of running, and bring in nationally known speakers to educate and inspire, and we assist other organizations with their organized running events. We are a proud member of the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA) and United States Track and Field (USATF).
Thanks to everyone that attended the 2018 Winter Seminar to hear ZAP Fitness Coach Pete Rea and Resident Athletes Nicole DiMercurio and Joe Stilin. Pete's presentation can be found here.
Please join us on May 6 at Leinbach Park for a cookout and our annual club meeting. Arrive at 4:30 p.m. for fun, 5 p.m. for food. Bring the family and/or significant others. Kids are welcome! More details here ...
The Summer Track Series will resume this year on May 30 and continue until June 20. These events are for runners of all abilities and ages, and are a great tune-up for the TCTC Ultimate Runner event. More details here ....
Twin City Track Club (TCTC) is pleased to announce the transition to a new website, hosted by RunSignUp. The new site provides many features to help club members and the running community at large seek and find information of value. In particular is the integration of the TCTC website to race pages and results that are hosted on the RunSignUp registration site. The full transition of content from the legacy TCTC website will continue to take place over time. We welcome your comments and feedback on the structure and content of this site. You can forward your comments to email@example.com.
Concurrent with its 30th anniversary, Twin City Track Club has adopted new mission and vision statements to guide planning and activities over the coming years and decades. We are proud of our 30 year history and the contributions we have made to running in the Winston-Salem area. Our hope is continue our heritage of positive impact on our community through our activities, events, and services. The following statements were approved by the TCTC Board on August 20, 2017.
Mission: To inspire and support all runners in our community
Vision: We aspire to build a healthy and socially connected community through running events, activities, support and information
We look forward to engaging all TCTC members to embrace and demonstrate our commitment to these aims.