Next up in the scrunners series presented by Go-Green Events is the Starlight Reservation Run.
Articles with Rock Hill
History is rich and becomes important when you make it important. Use this to motivate and to appreciate all that has happened in the past. Best of luck this weekend as each of you make your own history at the Classic.
Next up in the scrunners series presented by Go-Green Events is the Bob Jenkins SCTCCCA Coaches Classic this Saturday.
Meet management is pleased to announce the addition of a Bob Jenkins Memorial 3K open road race to support Yellow Mountain Enterprises prior to the start of the SCRUNNERS Meet of Champions, presented by Winthrop University track and field and Mitchell Timing, on May 24.
Rock Hill's Cameron Ruppe talks about committing to Winthrop University.
The last voicemail I received from Bob Jenkins before he passed away in April was about how he was not able to view results on scrunners.com for some reason. Bob was one of my most loyal supporters and readers.
“You four guys were all on the same Clemson Cross Country Team in 1973? Really? Wow, you must have had a great team!” That statement, that reaction, has been exclaimed to me many times over the decades when other runners would first learn that Dean Matthews, Dave Geer, Roy Kulikowski and I were all members of the Clemson University Cross Country team in the fall of 1973.
The South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Classic announced today going forward starting in 2013 cross country season all Coaches Classic meets will be renamed The Bob Jenkins' Coaches Classic.
Bob Jenkins, longtime coach and a founding member of the South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association, died overnight, the SCACA told its members in an email.
Ian Davidson, Jr., a two mile state champion in the 1970s from Rock Hill, is in Cleveland, Ohio today for a consultation and possible surgery tomorrow, according to a post he published on his caringbridge journal.
Ian Davidson, a runner at Rock Hill in the 1970s, lives by the following statement: "strive to achieve your best." For Davidson, achieving his best has included racing and competing at the national level for the last 40 years.
1970s two-mile state champion Ian Davidson, Jr. is recovering from colon cancer, retired coach Bob Jenkins told scrunners.com.
South Pointe coach Bob Jenkins told scrunners.com he will retire following the outdoor track and field season.
Rock Hill senior Hannah Robinson talks about her goals for the state meet Saturday and role in the running community.
Long time Rock Hill High Track and Field Coach Y.C. Winborn died in a house fire early Friday.