HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- One runner may have an edge on the competition during the Chevron Houston Marathon.
Kevin Kline has been training in a freezer to become acclimated to the cold conditions predicted Sunday.
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Kline set the freezer in the garage of his west Houston home for 20 degrees. He says everyone will feel the chill at the starting line.
Kline has also been using the freezer to prepare for Alaska's Polar Circle Run in November.
Runner trains for Chevron Houston Marathon in freezer