2017 Texas Marathon Calendar

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Houston Marathon
 
4.7 (4 reviews)
Houston, TX
January 14, 2018

Race Vitals

Participants: 7,800
Course Layout: Loop
Elevation Gain: 150 ft.
Difficulty Rating: 1.00
Surface: Mostly Road/Paved
Certified: Yes

The Chevron Houston Marathon offers participants a unique running experience in America's fourth largest city. The course is flat and fast and starts in downtown near Minute Maid Park with tours of many local neighborhoods and favorites, including River Oaks, Upper Kirby, Montrose, Rice University, Memorial Park, and the Buffalo Bayou.

Austin Marathon
 
4.8 (4 reviews)
Austin, TX
February 18, 2018

Race Vitals

Participants: 3,200
Course Layout: Loop
Elevation Gain: 575 ft.
Difficulty Rating: 2.25
Surface: Mostly Road/Paved
Certified: Yes

The Austin Marathon is a USATF certified courses that runs through some of Austin’s most scenic and historic areas, including Lady Bird Johnson Lake, the Allandale and Hyde Park neighborhoods, Congress Avenue, the University of Texas campus, and the State Capital complex. The gently rolling and shaded course is 90% asphalt with long straightaways.

Dallas White Rock Marathon
 
4.0 (4 reviews)
Dallas, TX
December 10, 2017

Race Vitals

Participants: 2,800
Course Layout: Loop
Elevation Gain: 450 ft.
Difficulty Rating: 2.00
Surface: Mostly Road/Paved
Certified: Yes

The MetroPCS Dallas Marathon, Half Marathon and 5-Person Relay is a flat and fast race, featuring a scenic course that highlights the best areas of Dallas. The course begins and ends in Downtown Dallas passes through the West Dallas Loop, over the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, through the Dallas Design District, along majestic Turtle Creek, through prestigious Highland Park, around White Rock Lake, through beautiful Lakewood and down the Swiss Avenue historical district and eclectic streets of Deep Ellum before the finish in Downtown.

Rock 'n' Roll San Antonio Marathon
 
3.6 (3 reviews)
San Antonio, TX
December 03, 2017

Race Vitals

Participants: 2,500
Course Layout: Loop
Elevation Gain: 300 ft.
Difficulty Rating: 2.00
Surface: Mostly Road/Paved
Certified: Yes

The Rock 'n' Roll San Antonio Marathon course is as flat and festive as they come – perfect for runners and walkers of all ability levels. Live bands, cheer squads and themed water stations add inspiration to every mile.

Cowtown Marathon
 
0.0 (0 reviews)
Fort Worth, TX
February 25, 2018

Race Vitals

Participants: 1,250
Course Layout: Loop
Elevation Gain: 325 ft.
Difficulty Rating: 2.00
Surface: Mostly Road/Paved
Certified: Yes

We are proud to be the largest multi-race event in the State of Texas with new registration records being broke every year. Starting/finishing in Fort Worth's cultural district, the course tours the Stockyards, downtown, TCU, and Fort Worth's southside. The course has a couple of mid-race climbs, but it's all downhill/flat after mile 18.

Woodlands Marathon
 
0.0 (0 reviews)
The Woodlands, TX
March 03, 2018

Race Vitals

Participants: 900
Course Layout: Loop
Elevation Gain: 100 ft.
Difficulty Rating: 1.00
Surface: Mostly Road/Paved
Certified: Yes

The Woodlands Marathon traverses the streets of Town Center and the community on a single-loop 26.2-mile flat course, finishing on the scenic Waterway. Friends, Family and spectators will line the streets at various cheer zones in the Cheer Challenge to encourage athletes along the way. Come join the excitement as we welcome close to 8,500 runners.

Bryan/College Station Marathon
 
0.0 (0 reviews)
College Station, TX
December 10, 2017

Race Vitals

Participants: 650
Course Layout: Loop
Elevation Gain: 300 ft.
Difficulty Rating: 2.00
Surface: Mostly Road/Paved
Certified: Yes

The BCS Marathon course is primarily flat and fast, and the route includes plenty of shady neighborhoods, several golf courses, and enough crowd support to help you get to the finish for your first time or your fastest time. The 26.2 mile journey takes runners through the streets of Bryan, College Station, and Texas A&M University. It's also USAT&F certified and a Boston Marathon qualifying race.

Big-D Texas Marathon
 
0.0 (0 reviews)
Dallas, TX
March 18, 2018

Race Vitals

Participants: 500
Course Layout: Loop
Elevation Gain: 450 ft.
Difficulty Rating: 2.50
Surface: Mostly Road/Paved
Certified: Yes

This is one of the most beautiful marathon courses you will ever run. Spring-time in Dallas means all the trees and shrubs will be in full foliage with all the flowering plants in spring bloom. The course was designed so you can see Dallas at its' springtime finest. On top of running the most beautiful course in DFW, all registrants will receive a unique event tech t-shirt, a finisher medal and enjoy some serious post-race food and libations.

Springfoot El Paso Marathon
 
0.0 (0 reviews)
El Paso, TX
February 18, 2018

Race Vitals

Participants: 350
Course Layout: Point-to-Point
Elevation Gain: 450 ft.
Difficulty Rating: 1.75
Surface: Mostly Road/Paved
Certified: Yes

The Springfoot El Paso Marathon is a point-to-point race that gives runners a taste of the city’s different neighborhoods, from upscale new developments in the far east sections to the urban Victorian homes on Montana Avenue that date to the 19th century.

Fort Worth Marathon
 
0.0 (0 reviews)
Fort Worth, TX
November 12, 2017

Race Vitals

Participants: 300
Course Layout: Out & Back
Elevation Gain: 150 ft.
Difficulty Rating: 1.25
Surface: Mostly Road/Paved
Certified: Yes

An out & back marathon beginning at LaGrave Field, heading South West along the Trinity Trails (paved), and turning around in Benbrook and heading back to LaGrave Field. The course is flat and fast.

Learn about Difficulty Rating

Difficulty Rating

Race Navigator created the Difficulty Rating scale to help runners quickly compare the difficulty between marathon courses. The scale is 0.0 to 5.0 with 0.0 being the easiest and 5.0 being the most difficult. A further explanation is below:

Rating Course Description
0 to 1 These courses are mostly downhill and very fast – excellent for PR/BQ’s.
1 to 2 A rating of “1” means the course is flat; closer to “2” you can expect small hills.
2 to 3 The course has moderate hills.
3 to 4 The course has substantial hills.
4 to 5 Very difficult course usually with technical terrain.

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