Lace-up your sneakers and start training!
While there are many things to do at Walt Disney World, exercising would most likely not be at the top of most Guests’ priorities. However, Walt Disney World’s runDisney program has proved to be incredibly popular in both the running and Disney communities, with tickets for the events selling out fast. Now, Disney has just announced the dates for the runDisney events in 2022 and 2023. Take a look at the weekend dates for each runDisney event in 2022-2023 below:
2022 Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend powered by AfterShokz
- November 3 – 6, 2022
2023 Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend
- January 4 – 8, 2023
2023 Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend presented by CORKCICLE
- February 23 – 26, 2023
2023 runDisney Springtime Surprise Weekend
- April 13 – 16, 2023
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Want to make your ‘run’cation extra magical? Plan to stay at a Walt Disney World Resort Hotel during your race weekend and experience benefits such as race day transportation, post-race relaxation and close proximity to the theme parks for celebrating your racing achievements. Head over to the runDisney Blog to learn more about staying at a Walt Disney World Resort Hotel.
Start marking your calendar and be sure to check back to runDisney.com for news and updates, including on sale dates for our upcoming events!
With entertainment moments, beloved characters, and Disney magic at every mile, runDisney races are memorable experiences for runners of all ages and skill levels. They’re also the only opportunity for runners and Disney fans alike to run through the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks with unique courses. Plus, with the Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary celebration lasting 18-months, you’ll have the opportunity to celebrate your accomplishments during The World’s Most Magical Celebration!
Have you ever participated in a runDisney event? How was it? Are you excited about these upcoming events? Let us know below!
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