Run Atlanta: I Heard it Through the Beltline

July 21st, 2014 | In Local Running News, Run Reviews, Training

It is a waste of time, you might say, to dedicate a blog post of a series about runs in Atlanta to the most well-known run in Atlanta: the Eastside Trail of the Atlanta Beltline. But as I started in Piedmont Park this morning with the intention of mapping a route through Virginia Highlands (will […]

Run Atlanta: No Place Greater than Decatur

July 11th, 2014 | In Run Reviews, Running Meets Life

Welcome to the newest blog series from Atlanta Track Club! Our mission is simple: scour the city street-by-street, trail-by-trail, to create a map of incredible runs throughout the metro area, and then relay all of that to you so you can get off the beaten path. If you’re like some of us, you do the […]

It’s our Turn

June 30th, 2014 | In Events, Running Meets Life

It's our Turn

Written By Brendan, Leo and Emmett O’Neill 10 years old, Triplet brothers from Charlotte, NC We have spent every 4th of July of our lives standing in front of Christ the King Cathedral with our Grandma, waiting for our Mom and Dad to run by us.  We have seen 10 Peachtree Road Races starting in 2004 […]

3-Time Olympian Jen Rhines to Make Masters Debut at Peachtree

June 25th, 2014 | In Events

3-Time Olympian Jen Rhines to Make Masters Debut at Peachtree

 Coming out of Villanova University in 1996 as a five-time NCAA Champion, Jen Rhines had a dream. She wanted to make an Olympic  team. Her dream came true in 2000, when she became an Olympian at 10,000 meters. It came true again in 2004, when she earned a spot on the U.S. Olympic team in the […]

No Matter Where We Are, We won’t miss the Peachtree

June 19th, 2014 | In Events, Running Meets Life

Submitted by Mike & Brenda Bruce It has become our family tradition to run the Peachtree Road Race each year. My husband started running it in the 80′s, I started in 1990 and our son started running it when he turned 10 in 1996. This year will be our son’s 19th year and he has […]