11:30 pm
Mon July 21, 2014

Two-Time Champ John Isner Gears Up for Winston-Salem Open

Injury forced John Isner to drop out of the 2013 Winston-Salem Open after wining the event the two previous seasons.
Credit WFDD Photo by Paul Garber

For John Isner, the Winston-Salem Open is as much a homecoming as a tennis tournament. The Greensboro native has won the tournament twice, in 2011 and 2012.

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7:00 am
Fri July 18, 2014

“Let the Games Begin Again”: 74 Year-Old Olympian Competes in National Track Competition

Athletes ages 30-95 are competing in the USA National Masters Track Championship in Winston-Salem. This year's event at Wake Forest University includes more than 40 reigning world masters track and field champions and at least six Olympians.
Credit Anissa Morgan

The USA Masters Outdoor Track Championship is in full swing at Wake Forest University.

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5:37 pm
Wed June 25, 2014

Triad Fans Ready for Another World Cup Match

The United States plays Germany Thursday, June 26 at noon.
Credit Jinho Jung via Flickr

Soccer fans around the globe will gather again this week to watch their country fight for the title of World Cup Champion, and Winston-Salem is no exception.

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Triad Dog Games
5:26 am
Fri June 6, 2014

Competition, Games for 4-Legged Athletes

Karen Fullerton and her beloved Siberian Husky, Sergei.
Credit Karen Fullerton

Triad dogs run, jump, swim and play during two-day competition.

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9:47 pm
Wed June 4, 2014

Winston-Salem Will Host Two National Track & Field Events:Community Volunteers Wanted

Organizers of the 2014 USA Track and Field Masters Outdoor Championships held a news conference at Kentner Stadium on the campus of Wake Forest University on Wednesday, June 4. The competition is open to people ages 30 and older. The motto for this year's event is "Older, Slower, Lower."
Credit Celia Spell

Hundreds of athletes from around the world will be sprinting into Winston-Salem this July to compete in the 2014 USA  Track and Field (USATF) Masters Outdoor Championships.

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