28 Jul '15, 10pm

Every runner needs a race bucket list. Add these to yours!

Mild temperatures, averaging around 54 degrees, and a flat course make this marathon ideal for runners with time goals. You'll start and finish in downtown Houston and run miles 2 through 25 in the city's outskirts without noticing the barely-there elevation change (25 feet). Roughly 10 percent of the field qualifies for Boston--the most out of any big city marathon (other than Boston itself). Beware the chance of humidity, though--it can reach up to 95 percent on race morning.

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