Get that passport ready! We’re taking our racing shoes on the ultimate destination run to find the best marathons in all corners of the globe. See our top 30 picks here.
Emily is thrilled to join the DailyBurn team this summer as a contributing writer. She is a 2008 graduate of Fairfield University and has held editorial staff roles at New Jersey Monthly magazine, AOL, and currently, at About.com. Emily has been a life-long athlete, but discovered her passion for running long distance after college. She already has two marathons under her belt and shows no signs of slowing down. Emily's running related writing has appeared on The Huffington Post, where she blogged about training for the 2011 New York City Marathon, and Greatist.com. You can read more about her personal running adventures at keeprunningkeepwriting.com.
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