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Subject: Marathon Multiple Loop Courses in Texas

I just want to bring up, I noticed there's a good number of Marathon events here in Texas that are
compose of multiple loops courses. I also noticed this are just not two loop courses mostly its
4 loop courses ,even 8 loop courses. I do not mean to be picky , but on training i am already doing
multiple loops to reach my goal. A state that has a vast land area I am wondering why contain it on
a 4 mile loop course? I just find it monotonous going to the same course over and over again. I
have spoken with a good number of runners that just avoid the not too known multiple loop marathons
and stick with the popular known marathons which are mostly one way or single loop.

I am hoping for feedback from other Texan runners.


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