Walt Disney World Marathon

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  1. August 17, 2014

    […] have only recently-ish (2012) started to run. But I have completed 7 half marathons, 1 full marathon, multi-day challenges, and lots of other […]

  2. August 20, 2014

    […] I decided to dress festively because it was my birthday (well, really, I just like to dress festively at races…) so I wore my new Fantasia Sparkle Skirt, which is so colorful! I paired it up with a bright orange shirt, compression sleeves, and my Orange Bird hat that I wore for my first marathon! […]

  3. September 5, 2014

    […] For August I completed 62.31 running miles. I am less than 1 mile less than from the month of January when I ran the Dopey Challenge. […]

  4. September 24, 2014

    […] While there was not much to look at on the streets of Anaheim, there were some groups of performers. We passed hula dancers (aren’t this girls so cute?), hispanic dancers, marching bands, and more. It certainly did help keep the momentum going for us runners to see people out cheering us along. There was also about a mile of old cars lining the streets (but I did not stop for pictures) with the owners cheering us along. It was neat and reminded me a bit of running around the driving track and seeing the cars during the Disney World Marathon. […]

  5. October 6, 2014

    […] Monsters, Inc we saw Rafiki! I love Rafiki and remember taking one of my favorite pictures of the Walt Disney World Marathon with him, so I just had to stop and say hi. He saw us and started dancing around, so we had a mini […]

  6. April 10, 2015

    […] miles! The weekend started off easy with a 5k, but then progressed to a 10k, half marathon, and a full marathon. Lots of running, plus lots of Disney magic, and little time spent in the parks made this an […]

  7. January 5, 2016

    […] The 4th race of Dopey was my first Marathon. I was very nervous, as my longest training run was 19 miles, but I knew that I would finish it no matter what! I was completely exhausted by the time I reached Animal Kingdom (about 13 miles), but I kept trekking on. This race was cool because it hit all four parks, Wide World of Sports, lots of backstage parts of the World, and lots of roads in between. It was hard, painful, and so very worth it. I’m not sure if I would be mentally ready for a marathon that WASN’T Disney. All the characters, entertainment, and awesome crowd support really helped when I was having a hard time. Regardless, I finished the race in just under 7 hours – and met the goal time of under a 16 minute mile! Click here to read more about my first marathon experience! […]

  8. February 17, 2016

    […] Orange Bird. I am recycling this outfit from my Disney Marathon in […]

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