Registration for the 2017 Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend presented by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals opens Tuesday, July 12, 2016 at 12 p.m. ET. The women-focused race weekend will take place at Walt Disney World in Florida from February 23-26, 2017. The race is the second largest women’s running event in the U.S. with 20,138 finishers in 2016.
The Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend includes the titular Disney Princess Half Marathon, Disney Princess Enchanted 10K, Disney Princess 5K, runDisney Kids Races, and Disney Glass Slipper Challenge.
The Challenge asks runners to complete both the 10K on Saturday and the half marathon on Sunday for a total of 19.3 miles. They’ll earn three medals total: one for each race and one for the Challenge. To qualify, runners must register for the Challenge, not each race individually.
The free runDisney Health & Fitness Expo at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex also takes place from Thursday through Saturday. The Expo is the only place runners can find shoes in the New Balance runDisney Collection.
During race registration, runners can also purchase the VIP Race Retreat Package with access to a suite of pre- and post-race amenities.
The Disney Princess Half Marathon takes runners from Epcot to Magic Kingdom and back, including a run through Cinderella Castle. The 10K and 5K courses traditionally run through Epcot and the Disney BoardWalk area.
Disney Princess Half Marathon 2017 Registration Fees
Disney Princess Half Marathon
Disney Glass Slipper Challenge
Disney Princess Enchanted 10K
Disney Princess 5K
runDisney Kids Races presented by GoGo squeeZ Applesauce on the Go
- Dashes – $20
- Mile – $30
VIP Race Retreat Pricing
- Half Marathon – $120
For more information or to register, visit rundisney.com.
Disney Princess Half Marathon Race Reports
I took on the Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend in 2012 and 2105 as a media guest of runDisney. Want to know what my experience was like running the Disney Princess Half Marathon, Disney Princess 5K, and runDisney Kids Races? Here’s the lowdown.
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