With no half marathons held and those I had wanted to run canceled I have begun to reflect on the ones I have run since 2014. I have recently tried to consider which one was the best, most unique, was in the best location, had the best expo, and so on. Therefore, in this post, I will give my thoughts on the Top 4 Half Marathons I have run.
For this list, I will go backward from 4 to 1, with my number one race separated in another blog post. This ranking is not to disparage any of the races I have done, or those that are ranked lower, but instead to credit those four half marathons I feel were the best overall! I analyzed the beauty of the course, the success of the Expo, the medal’s awesomeness, whether I enjoyed the city hosting the race, the accommodations, and the overall experience the “runcation.”
As I wrote in my Half Marathon Travel page, I have run 16 Half Marathons in 13 different states plus Washington, DC. All of them have gifted me with memories of travel, fulfillment, and progress. I started running half marathons in 2014, and the itch has never stopped. I am constantly looking for new races, especially those that can I can plan a travel vacation around—what a great way to jump-start a travel idea. Look for fun races in cool places; register, book it, prepare, and go!
So, without delay, let’s get to my top 4 half marathons that I have run, so far…Read more