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About David

David Quick primarily writes about health, fitness and active lifestyle events, often tapping into his skills as a photographer. A native of North Carolina, he lived in Detroit, Mich., from 1974 until 1982. He graduated from Duke University with a degree in English in 1986. After a year stint at the Bluefield Daily Telegraph, he joined the staff of The News and Courier in June 1988. In 2000, Quick's career dovetailed with his personal interests in fitness and the outdoors and helped launch a features edition focused on the array of activities available in the Lowcountry. He is an avid runner and is a seasonal triathlete.

Recent Articles

New Bicycle Friendly State Ranking Released - guess which one is ranked 47th???

Via an email from the League of American Bicyclists. DQ

Charleston Marathon donates $100K to Youth Endowment for the Arts, seeks use of James Island Connector for the 2015 marathon and half

The Charleston Marathon presented a check for $100,000 to its charity of choice, the Youth Endowment for the Arts on Wednesday.

National Bike Challenge Kicks Off May 1: The free program aims to unite 50,000 bicyclists to ride 30 million miles

In 2013, the National Bike Challenge - an event organized by the League of American Bicyclists, Kimberly-Clark and Endomondo -...

Want some adventure and good food on Sunday? Check out this event

Here's a cool way to spend the first Sunday in May (5/4) in the Lowcountry at at Mingo Point, Kiawah Island.

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