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Cycle North Carolina News

Cycle North Carolina Coastal Ride Returning to Little Washington

DURHAM, N.C. (March 31, 2020) – North Carolina Amateur Sports announced that the eighteenth annual Cycle North Carolina Coastal Ride will return to Little Washington, NC on April 23-25, 2021.  Cycling routes of varying lengths from 5 miles to 100 miles will be offered...

2020 Mountains to Coast Route Announced!

RALEIGH, N.C. (February 12, 2020) – Wit Tuttell, the Executive Director of Visit NC, announced the 2020 Cycle North Carolina “Mountains to Coast” Route with the help of town representatives in a pre-recorded video released at the Cycle North Carolina Route...

Forest City Set to Host 7th Annual Cycle NC Mountain Ride

FOREST CITY, N.C. (November 26, 2019) – Cycle North Carolina announced that Forest City, NC and Rutherford County have been selected to host the seventh annual Cycle North Carolina weekend “Mountain Ride” slated for August 7-9, 2020. Registration is now open at...

Board Member Update

DURHAM, North Carolina – North Carolina Amateur Sports announced the addition of a three new Board Members at its meeting in August.  All three are profiled below: Burt Jenkins, Manager of Sponsorship Marketing at Activation at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North...

Powerade State Games News

Featured Athlete Profile – Chase Sams – Ice Hockey

This month’s featured athlete is Chase Sams! Chase is a 9-year-old ice hockey player from Indian Trail, NC and is currently a member of the CJC Elite 10u team. He first began playing ice hockey in 2014 when he was just three years old, and he has participated in...

Featured Athlete Profile – Kahlen Kuddie – Wrestling

This month’s featured athlete is Kahlen Kuddie! Kahlen is 13 years old and a rising 8th grader at Kannapolis Middle School. Six years ago, she took the mat for the first time and fell in love with wrestling while attending a tryout for her brother. Kahlen’s mom says,...

Featured Athlete Profile – Kalee Wiltshire – High School Soccer

Our next featured athlete is Kalee Wiltshire, a 3-year varsity soccer player from North Brunswick High School. The school is located in the southeast portion of the state in Leland, near Wilmington. The Scorpions made the 3A playoffs last year and were off to a 2-0...