Disney Introduces Online Waiver System For Upcoming Events

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A few months ago, runDisney announced that in-person events are officially returning to Walt Disney World this year. This fall, the first in-person event will return with the Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend powered by AfterShokz.

But, if you are planning on participating in this event (or any future runDisney event), you should know that Disney is introducing a new online waiver system that must be completed prior to the runDisney event.

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According to bioreconstruct on Twitter, Disney’s upcoming Wine and Dine Half Marathon introduced a new online waiver system. Biorconstruct shared a screenshot from the runDisney registration website, which states:

New! Digital Waiver Form — All weekend participants MUST complete a waiver form for each event they are participating in prior to arrival. And new this year, you can complete it digitally. It only takes a short moment to complete. Simply select “Review Your Documents” below.

This is not too surprising as Disney is really trying to enforce contactless methods, including contactless payments inside the Parks, Mobile Order, and more. If you are participating in a runDisney event, keep in mind you must complete the waiver form, whether that is in person or online prior to participating in the event.

More on In-Person runDisney Events

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Due to the ongoing pandemic, runDisney had to make several changes to their events, including having to move a handful of events to virtual. However, as we continue to move forward amidst the pandemic, runDisney is bringing back in-person events to Walt Disney World!

Disney Parks Blog shared the news in a recent article, writing:

I don’t know about you, but I have never been more eager to run an in-person race. That’s why I’m so excited to share that runDisney races will return to Walt Disney World Resort this fall, kicking off the runDisney 2021-2022 race season! The season will include four events:

  • Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend powered by AfterShokz: November 4-7, 2021
  • Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend: January 5-9, 2022
  • Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend: February 24-27, 2022
  • runDisney Springtime Surprise Weekend presented by Otterbox: March 31-April 3, 2022
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Disney Parks Blog also shared some important information regarding in-person events, stating:

As COVID-19 guidelines may change before our return to on-site running, race weekends may not include every element from previous years. runDisney will continue to provide the latest updates to participants leading up to our race weekends, so keep an eye on www.rundisney.com for all race details!

With the return of runDisney races to Walt Disney World, we’re excited to introduce some amazing new opportunities for our runners.

  • runDisney Springtime Surprise Weekend: Each race season, the fourth weekend will be the runDisney Springtime Surprise Weekend that will include different race themes and distances each year.
  • Disney Princess Sunrise Yoga: On the first morning of the Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend, runDisney will host Disney Princess Sunrise Yoga in front of Cinderella Castle, before the theme park opens. The professionally led yoga session will be the most magical way to prepare your mind and body for a race!
  • Virtual Races: All runDisney races will have a virtual race option, allowing runDisney fans across the country to participate in your favorite races, even if you can’t make it to Walt Disney World to run in person. Runners will be encouraged to run on the same morning of the on-site events, and will receive the same finisher medals!
  • Just for Kids: The runDisney Kids Races during each event weekend will become runDisney Kids Adventures, focused on health, fitness, and fun for kids!
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Are you going to participate in a runDisney event this year? Let us know in the comments below.

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