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Commemorate your Chevron Houston Marathon or Aramco Houston Half Marathon Finish

HOUSTON MARATHON COMMITTEE   720 N. Post Oak Rd., Ste. 200   Houston, Texas 77008 713-957-3453   www.chevronhoustonmarathon.com   E-mail: media@houstonmarathon.com   Media Advisory: Thursday, June 20, 2019   Chevron Houston Marathon & iTAB Announce Partnership for 2020 (Houston, Texas) – The Houston Marathon Committee (HMC) announced a new and exciting partnership with iTAB (medal personalization service) for its upcoming

Order Your 2019 In Training Shirt Online

New for 2019 - In Training shirts are now available online! Don't live in Houston? Hate waiting in line? Love running HOU? We heard you! For just a $5 processing and handling fee per shirt, you can now grab your In Training shirt from the comfort of your own home, a coffee shop, Memorial Park

It’s About the Journey – #HouAmbassador Blog – Jeff Douse

Photo Credit: Payton Ruddock, Ruddock Visuals In a perfect world, marathon training goes something like this: (1) sign up for the race with ample lead time, (2) develop a training plan that optimizes the workload based on your unique running ability and goals, (3) execute the plan flawlessly, without injury and feel confident

2015 ABB 5K Course

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The Houston Marathon Committee announced on Wednesday the new course for the 2015 ABB 5K. Alterations were made to the course to accommodate civic enhancement projects downtown. The 2015 race will start at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 17. Entries are still available. Do the Houston Double! All runners who participate in the 2015 ABB

Race Experience Spotlight: Start Line

The best advice we can give you is get to the start line early. With four corrals, knowing where you are going on race morning and getting there early will help you have a stress-free start. Head to the start line at least 30 minutes before your corral gate closes. A Corral gate closes at

Race Experience Spotlight: Post-Race Services

After months of preparation and vigorous training, you run your race and collect your medal, but what’s next? Let us take you through the post-race services we provide to make your race recovery stress-free. As you enter the George R. Brown Convention Center from the finish line, you will be handed a bottle of water

Race Experience Spotlight: Pre-Race Services

The George R. Brown Convention Center (GRB) will open to the public at 5:00 a.m. on race day. We suggest that runners arrive at the GRB before 5:45 a.m. as the Houston Police Department will begin closing streets in and around downtown at that time. Please keep in mind that there may be heavy traffic and you may

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