History of CRC

The Gateway YWCA doors opened in 2007.  The facility leased their basketball courts to Brian Robinson in August of 2014 which were renamed as The CRC shortly after.  The CRC has three anchor organizations:

Several exciting events have been held in The CRC since 2015:

  • March 2015: The Carolinas Wheelchair Basketball organization held its conference tournament.
  • April 2015: The U19 National Basketball Team from China played played three exhibition games.
  • October 2015: USA Basketball held their girls regional skills camp.

  • December 2015 Four-Time Olympic Gold Medalists Sue Bird visited and held a skills camp.

  

  • November 2016: Former Washington Redskins coach and current NASCAR owner Joe Gibbs held a FCA breakfast.

  • December 2016 and August 2018: The Winston-Salem Police Department held a charity game vs. The Triad Trackers.

  • February 2017: Two-Time NCAA Champion and current WNBA player Stefanie Dolson held a post play camp.

  • Several youth NCAA certified tournaments for Division I College Coaches have been held.

  • Global Skills Trainer Ganon Baker holds annual camps at the CRC.

  • Triad Coaching Clinics Featuring Several College Coaches Are Held In The Fall.

  • Summer of 2018 Post Camp With Former Western Carolina University Player Julia Brown, Skills Camp With Lipscomb University Player Michael Buckland, Guard Camp With Former Lynchburg College Player Sammi Goldsmith And Shooting / Footwork Camp With Former Pfeiffer University Player Brittany Cox
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  • Fall / Winter 2018-19: Former Duke Blue Devils star and WNBA player (Washington Mystics) player Rebecca Greenwell held group and individual skill sessions. 
  • November 2018: Forsyth Piercers and Quiliters Guild Expo was held.
  • December 2018: Nito Judo Cup.