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CRC Why Not Love Half Marathon
February 11, 2023
Ft. Worth, TX
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About The CRC Why Not Love Half Marathon
The CRC Why Not Love Half Marathon in Ft. Worth, Texas on February 11th 2023 is a great way to get some exercise and explore the beauty of this city. The route takes you through downtown Ft. Worth and then out into the suburbs before looping back around town for a finish at beautiful Panther Island Pavilion Park. Along your 13.1 mile journey you will pass by many notable landmarks such as the Fort Worth Stockyards, Sundance Square, and the Texas Motor Speedway.
What makes this race so special is that it offers runners an opportunity to experience both urban and rural scenery while pushing themselves physically during their run. In addition to getting some fresh air away from the hustle of busy downtown streets, you can also expect plenty of cheering crowds along the course providing much-needed motivation when those miles start to add up! The typical weather conditions this time of year are usually mild with highs ranging between 55°F-65°F depending on how close it gets to race day; perfect running conditions if you ask me!
One thing I would recommend when participating in any half or full marathon is having proper hydration equipment as there are no water stops along most routes due to COVID restrictions (at least for now). This particular event does offer aid stations every few miles but these typically only have energy gels or electrolyte drinks which may not be enough for everyone’s needs throughout their run – so be sure to plan ahead accordingly! All in all though, this race is definitely worth considering if you’re looking for a challenge that provides scenic views while pushing yourself physically – what better way could there be?