Courses don't get much flatter than the Seabrook Lucky Trail Marathon.
The marathon course is four loops on the Seabrook Trails, starting at Meador Park, proceeding to Pine Gully Park and returning to Meador Park. The first mile is on city streets and the remainder is on the packed dirt and crushed granite Seabrook Trails.
Although the course is extremely flat, there are a lot of turns that can slow down your pace. Also, the weather can be bit warm for ideal marathon racing. However, if there is ideal weather like in 2010, the course can be very fast.
The Seabrook Lucky Trail Marathon was the 296th largest marathon in the U.S. last year and was the 284th largest in 2015.
This year 4.3% of finishers qualified for the Boston Marathon and 8% of runners qualified for Boston in 2016.
This gives the Seabrook Lucky Trail Marathon the 284th highest percentage of Boston Marathon qualifiers in the U.S. last year and the 246th highest percentage so far in 2017.
Its Course Score of 99.74 ranks it as the 56th fastest marathon course in the U.S. and the 4th fastest course in Texas.
The typical race time temperature and humidity levels are above the ideal range for optimal marathon performance. This, coupled with the Course Score, gives the Seabrook Lucky Trail Marathon a PR Score of 98.62. This PR Score ranks it as the 184th fastest marathon in the U.S. and the 14th fastest in Texas.
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