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|March 7, 2016||Posted by Running at Disney under Guest Posts, Princess Half Marathon Weekend, Race Recaps|
I was so excited when Brian reached out to do a review of his experience during Princess Half Marathon Weekend. With only 11% of the participants male, this race weekend definitely caters to the ladies and it is interesting to get the male perspective…the good, bad and the ugly. I hope you enjoy his journey from the Expo and through all the races as much as I did!
Glitter, tiaras fit for royalty, light blues, pinks in every shade and every kind of tutu imaginable, including my devilishly proper yellow tutu, I knew this was going to be a fun weekend. I wasn’t off the plane an hour before some of my clothing had glitter on it, Princess Weekend at Walt Disney World was about to begin with style. My wife Jenny and I were running our first runDisney Princess Weekend. My wife had wanted to run these races for the longest time, and I was along for the ride. But what I was in for, I had no idea. Through all the estrogen and pixie dust, this guy had a grand time.
We have learned to arrive at the runDisney expos extra early to avoid the massive crowds that tend to develop around 11am. Our mission was get to the ESPN Wide World of Sports (WWoS) about two hours early. Officially the expo was scheduled to open Thursday at 10am, however, recent expos have unofficially opened the doors to the Jostens Center around 9:30am. At 8:30am we were greeted by a royal red carpet and were about 100 or so back from the main doors. We have done this strategy three times now and haven’t been disappointed yet. In fact, we saw some of the same people in line at this expo that we had at previous expos. The one topic that kept coming up: ‘how busy this expo is compared to the others’.
By 9:20am the line was around zig zagged through the red carpet and around the corner.
The doors opened early at 9:30am letting the swarm of princesses into the Jostens Center where most of the official runDisney Race merchandise is showcased and sold. For the most part, people were calm walking at a brisk pace past most of the expo dealers on the way to the main merchandise area, although some actually ran past us.
We arrived in the madness of the merchandise area, full of people swarming around, grabbing, pulling things off of racks, and even taking entire shelves, I had never seen this kind of sheer madness outside of black Friday. I met another prince running that weekend, and he was on a mission for his wife to find a certain wine glass. We both noticed the same thing, we were in a sea of women who were on missions that dumbfounded us men. I saw Jeff Galloway standing all alone at his booth watching the madness, and I quickly escaped, to head over and meet him. Mr. Galloway has been an exceptional motivator for me on my quest to start longer runs. He is one of the nicest people I have ever met, and he truly cares about your successes in running and health.
Entering back into the madness of the merchandise area, it was even more chaotic and frantic, with a couple people just grabbing things to trade amongst the other princesses. I actually felt bad for Steven and Ray, both cast members at WWoS complex who were pinned in the corner getting yelled at for certain sizes of the pink ‘Princess Up’ jacket.
It was something you would witness at the stock exchange. For the most part it was pretty civil except for a few shoving sessions. I was so fascinated with this chaos, I had to become apart of it, so I went straight into the hoard of people yelling for these jackets. Ladies were yelling sizes out as the two cast members pulled them out of boxes as quickly as they could. “SMALL”, “TWO MEDIUMS” sizes were being yelled out, so I thought I’d insert a joke, I yelled “Xtra Xtra Large for ME”, which received quite a few laughs. Cast member Steven received a new box, it was a medium, a very popular size request, he knew I needed one for my wife, and I had been pushed to the side by some ladies, he quickly handed me one, and said “only dude crazy enough to battle this.” Thanks I think.
Being a prince surrounded by princesses I was personally looking for something to commemorate my race weekend too. I found a cast member, and asked him if they had anything for the gents. He quickly said “No, we tried that in years past, but it failed miserably.” (RAD Note: This is VERY disappointing on the part of runDisney. Even just one shirt for the guys would be nice.) I was a little disappointed since the race tech shirts were teal and fuchsia, not exactly manly colors. It was then I decided to escape to the checkouts.
The line looked bad, but it progressed along nicely. Just an FYI, we were down in November for the runDisney Wine and Dine Half (half ;-)) and I had my sweatshirt given mistakenly to someone else in all the commotion. Make sure you watch your items go inside your bag at the cash wrap area, things can get very hectic and items can be easily missed. I was lucky the cast members at my resort were nice enough to rectify the situation for me.
One word for the fellas – Don’t look at the receipts, please.
So we decided that since we had to come back to the Jostens Center to pick up our race tech shirts anyway, we would just head over to main registration across the way (HP Field House). We walked out into a situation we have never seen at any runDisney expo.
The line for the HP Field House was way back in the parking lot, which we had to walk from the exit of the Jostens to the parking lot in order to enter the line back to HP. We were not happy about this, but oh well.
Usually at expos there are ample cast members there to guide you, I personally found there to be a lack of them at this one. Within twenty minutes time we made our way back to the main courtyard ofWWoS where Jostens and HP are centrally located.
Finally we snaked around (Mine Train style) to the entrance of HP Field House were you pick up your race bibs.
We entered and found a nice treat, my wife Jenny and I both loved being greeted by the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique ladies already to glitterize you for the upcoming weekend. These ladies were the same that made me a princess with glitter on Sunday, but more on that later.
We noticed how quite and civil race bib pickup was, this past January at the Marathon Weekend had been much busier and chaotic compared to this one. We actually forgot our freshly printed out waivers at the resort, no problem, it took less than 90 seconds to print out all of ours.
Glass Slipper Challenge pick up was a breeze for Jenny, they even gave the tech shirts at this location.
The rest of us (5k, 10k, Half Bibs) had to go to the Jostens Center to pick up. It took 25 mins to grab (different lines) the 5k, 10k, and the Half bibs. We stopped to take a few personal photos, Jenny was disappointed the Glass Slipper Gentlemen from years past were not at the expo for pictures (they were found at mile marker 12 in Epcot during the half).
We started to make our way back outside to head over to Jostens. We entered into complete chaos in the central courtyard of WWoS. You had people trying to enter HP Field House, you had people trying to get to Jostens from 3 separate lines, those three lines were combined by one cast member, utter chaos. Once combined the line lead down stairs and out to the track and field area, a far distance away were thousands of people were lined up to enter Jostens.
My wife and I kept a positive outlook, since it was 73 degrees and gorgeous, while back in Boston it was 21 degrees.
The line actually moved quickly despite its its length.
Most people thought this would take 4 hours, it took all of 40 mins.
Heading back up to the main court yard.
Back in the Courtyard – Cast members wait to lead you to the red carpet line in front of the Jostens.
Zig Zagging the line. Very Civil.
The Expo was swarming with race goers. My wife had to pick up shirts she ordered online at the Raw Threads booth, great idea and it was painless.
The New Balance area was insane as always, and felt even busier than it has for previous expos.
No flippers needed with these.
Finally exiting the expo. Jenny did exceptionally well with merchandise, while I did not.
Disney Princess 5k – Day One of Three
We have found that Disney’s Pop Century Resort is an optimal location for the races. It is located next to ESPN Wide World of Sports and very close to Epcot (where most races start and end). We woke up at 3:15am and made our way to the buses at 4:00am for the 5k start time of 6:00am. We got to the bus area in front of the resort to find a large line, 2 hours before the first corral would go off, pretty early for a runDisney race. The bus situation at Pop Century was exceptional, and even though the line was long, it moved amazingly fast.
At the Start line, everyone was in high spirits, and before I knew it Rudy announced “30 seconds” and then we were off in typical runDisney style, with magical fireworks.
My wife hand made three epic tutus that were amazing compared to the store bought ones, like the amazon special I got. I decided to wear it so I would match my wife, since it was her weekend, and I was just a sidekick along for the ride. I received tons of complements, followed by “I wish my husband or boyfriend would of done that for me!” Most of the ladies out there on the course would of loved their fellow prince to have joined them it seemed.
Something other races that go through Epcot do not have is pink lighting to all the pavilions. Pretty cool.
The Princess 5k was a fun run for us, so we decided to run from character to character.
Sunrise was just coming up as we made our way towards the finish line. It was a special race as I got to run next to my loving princess.
We received our medals, and headed over to get our pictures taken with Ariel and Sebastian. What a great way to wrap up the race.
Disney Enchanted 10k – Day Two of Three
Saturday Morning we woke up at 2:45am to ensure we had ample time to arrive at the race with time to position our selves in our corrals with better placement. Again Pop Century Resort provide exceptional bus service with buses arriving ever couple mins, we were ushered off to the race with ease A very cold morning, but at least there was no rain like we had during the Walt Disney World 10K in January.
The Enchanted 10k was started by the Fairy Godmother magically counting down and of course, fireworks.
Anna and Elsa said hello from their overpass. Typical race pullover.
One thing that I was pretty negative about – was the amount of people in this race that dumped their race heat wraps or old warm clothing on the ground and didn’t toss it off the course as a courtesy for fellow runners. Also, people just stopped for Anna and Elsa and mile marker photo ops, which caused several collisions.
I love the 10k course and always have found it to be rewarding without being too challenging. The guys stuck together in little packs, mostly to pass clumps of people walking 5 across. With being less than 10% of the course, guys would pound fists and high five each other in support, and we were all part of a special fraternity of prince’s. I did find this 10k to be a little light on the support side from crowds in both Boardwalk and Yacht and Beach Club Resorts compared to the other races I have participated in.
After completing the 10K, we did some park touring. What better way to celebrate your race, than to go to your park of choice.
Disney Princess Half Marathon – Day Three of Three
Sunday Morning we woke up at 2:40am and we headed out of the room at 3:30am to meet a larger line for the buses then we did the previous morning. Once again, Pop Century was prepared and executed perfectly, we were very impressed.
We arrived at the race around 4:00am which was good, since my nerves were on edge. This was my first attempt at a half marathon since January 2014 Marathon Weekend were I was so sick, I disqualified myself at mile 8. So I was NERVOUS and had to force myself to eat, and I drank water like a fish.
We started to make our way to the corrals, that 3/4 mile walk down the same path the 5k goes, seemed cold to me. Jenny was on cloud 9, she looked like nothing could hinder her path to completing her 5th Half Marathon in the last two years. Her first Half was in 2014, the same one I was too sick to finish. She had her cousin Jamie there who is a seasoned runner, and she calmed her pre race nerves. That morning, Jenny was my soothing blanket, she was great. Every step down to the corral split, my heart raced faster and my grip on her hand got tighter. I knew eventually I would have to let go. The split came, and I started to tear up, my nerves on complete edge. I desperately held on for additional seconds, Jenny told me “you got this, you trained for it, enjoy it” She smiled and we hugged and gave a good bye kiss, and she and I headed to our separate corrals.
I made it to my corral with about an 45 minutes before the start. I counted 5 men in my corral. In previous races, both Marathon Weekend and Wine and Dine, inside the corrals people usually start to chit chat, and make small talk. This corral was all business, no talking, no nothing, felt very cold compared to the others. Luckily I was texting my wife for last minute advice.
Before the blink of an eye, Rudy and the Fairy Godmother were letting Corral A off. In true Disney fashion the fireworks were magical. Odd thing, the new digital start line was absent at these races. Wine and Dine along with Marathon Weekend both utilized it, hopefully it comes back.
We were ushered up the start line, and let loose to 13.1 miles. I didn’t get too excited at the start, I stuck to my training pace and pressed on like a trooper.
This hot air balloon was fantastic and photo doesn’t do it justice.
A very cliché picture, but a one I love.
Captain Hook is my favorite and it was a refreshing sight.
Entering the Magic Kingdom was so motivating and it can’t really be described. The support from the cheer squad and cast members was amazing, Thanks to all who supported us.
Fast forward to mile 7, I started to choke up, my sunglasses started to fog, and tears started to form, I knew mile 8 was coming up, this mile had haunted my thoughts for two years. There it is, Mile 8 maker, along with three “parade buses” (these are the buses that sweep people up if they fall behind pace). I stopped for a picture, and away I went – Strong.
Just like in the 10K, the guys would fist bump each other in support for the 9% of us on the course. One thing I didn’t like on the course, that really made me mad, was a fellow guy ran far off the course to relieve himself in the woods. Women passing started to boo, which surprised me as this is typical in other races and usually not an issue, guess that’s not the case for this race. I made it to a port-o-pottie for quick stop, however, I was cut off twice, which made me feel like a second class citizen to fellow princess racers. Other than that, the race was extremely pleasant and up lifting.
Between water volunteers, volunteers in general, random cheerers and my texts from my wife, I was able to make it to Epcot with ease.
Epcot was kind of a joke since you barely skip through it. Finish Line time, I thought I’d tear up, but I powered through like a pro.
Finally got a Half Marathon medal, and the funny thing is I want more of them. Addicted!
After the race we went to 1900 Park Fare for breakfast. Lady Tremaine wanted my bling for herself and I smiled and handed them off with no dismay. I didn’t need a medal to show my worth, I had proven to myself that I could do it, and for that I am so grateful for this weekend. On to the Star Wars ‘Dark Side Challenge’!
Visit Brian Meljac’s personal blog, Dark Side Challenger, where a true star wars geek takes on 22.4 miles of Star Wars Races in April 2016. You can also follow Brian on Periscope (@LiveatDisney).
|March 6, 2016||Posted by Running at Disney under Guest Posts, Princess Half Marathon Weekend, Race Recaps|
Now in it’s 3rd year, the Enchanted 10K is a staple of Princess Half Marathon Weekend and the first part of the Glass Slipper Challenge. This year my friend Pam ran this race for the 3rd time as part of her Glass Slipper legacy and I’m so happy to have her here today to share her experience and how the race has changed since its start.
The Princess Half Marathon weekend included the Glass Slipper Challenge which is a 10K on Saturday and the half marathon on Sunday. I participated in my third Glass Slipper Challenge during the race weekend. For me this meant an early wake up call to arrive to the 10K for the 5:30 a.m. start. The weather for this year’s race was perfect. It was 50 degrees in the morning with no chances for rain. The race start for the 10K began in the Epcot parking lot. If you had participated in the Walt Disney World Marathon weekend races (5K and 10K), they began in the same location as those races.
I was in Corral C and they were releasing corrals every 8 minutes. The plan with my friends for this race was to get as many pictures as we could during the 10K so that for the half marathon we would only stop for characters that were unique or that we hadn’t taken pictures of before at any of our previous runDisney races. To be honest, this was one of my least favorite runDisney races. The reason for that is because we have to run on a stretch of road for three miles with very little entertainment on the road. Well, that changed this year.
The following characters were out on the 10K course. Right after the start, we run under an overpass and Elsa and Ana are on the bridge with fake snow flying down onto the runners. At the curve for the hairpin turn to head back towards Epcot is the Evil Queen as the witch from Snow White. After we run up the hill there was a character stop with Tinkerbell, Silvermist, Rosetta, and Clarence.
Then we had a surprise with Pocahontas and Meeko the raccoon. As we entered Epcot there were the characters on stilts. Then we entered Epcot where there was Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket outside of Germany.
And the last character stop that we really wanted to get was with Lumiere and Cogsworth right in front of France!
My friend and I stopped for all of these character stops which meant we were in line for quite some time for some of them (especially Tink and Pinocchio). Once we got to Lumiere and Cogsworth people were yelling out that the balloon ladies were just about a minute behind them. Then the balloon ladies passed us while we were in line. I wasn’t concerned because I knew we could run and get past them; but the race sweepers on bikes were now showing up and warning us of being swept. Since this was my third glass slipper and I am trying to maintain a perfect Glass Slipper legacy status, we decided that we had to abandon our spot in line and get running. We were hoping that others were going to be afraid and do the same thing and then we could quick get our picture and run; but that wasn’t the case.
We ran over the International Gateway, through the exit of Epcot and over the bridge towards the Boardwalk. The balloon ladies were just ahead of us at that point and the bikers were behind us. We could not stop for any other characters though, especially if they had longer lines. At ESPN we saw vacation Genie. We continued to run through the Boardwalk and took pictures of the balloon ladies on the bridge heading towards the Yacht and Beach Club.
We continued to keep a faster pace going through there and heading back towards Epcot in case we wanted to stop for any characters as we head back to the back stage of Epcot. We saw the last character stop there and it was for Sofia the First.
We ran through the back stage area of Epcot and came out near the Land and ran towards Finding Nemo. There were people dressed as coral from the sea on stilts there but there was a line so we continued to run towards Spaceship Earth and then backstage again to the finish line.
It was fun chasing the balloon ladies; but it wasn’t fun when the bikes were chasing us out of the park! I will say that runDisney stepped up this race for us. We finally had more characters along the course, especially during the three miles on the road leading to Epcot. It seemed like there were a lot more runners during this race. We spent a lot of time in lines for characters, longer than I am used to and we started from a closer corral. According to the runDisney site, there were 11,341 finishers for the 10K this year, 11,003 runners in 2015 and 8,969 runners in 2014.
This is still a fun race and a nice part of the Glass Slipper Challenge during the Princess Half Marathon weekend because you are finished with the race by 8:00 a.m. and then have the entire day to spend wherever you wish.
When Pam was about to turn 40 she set a goal to do a 5K run before the big day. Little did she know she would be bit by the running bug and have since run numerous 5Ks, half marathons, 7 full marathons and 2 runDisney Dopey challenges to date.
She is a wife and mother of two kids who are very supportive of her sport/habit/addiction. She is a proud member of Team Chocolate milk and Team Oiselle! In May of 2015, she was selected by the Walt Disney Company from a carefully vetted group of 1,300 social media moms to attend a special conference. This was a once in a lifetime opportunity that she has been working hard for the past four years to become a part of. The event was life changing and she thinks about it just about every day!
|February 21, 2016||Posted by Running at Disney under Princess Half Marathon Weekend|
Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend is the second largest race weekend at Walt Disney World with over 37,000 runners taking part in this women-focused event. In fact, 89% of the participants are women and let me assure you that you will see tutus and tiaras as far as the eye can see! Here are some other fun facts about the race weekend:
Congratulations to all the participants this weekend!!
|February 12, 2016||Posted by Running at Disney under Princess Half Marathon Weekend, runDisney Merchandise|
No trip to the runDisney Health & Fitness Expo is complete without a shopping spree at the official runDisney merchandise booth! Every year they come out with great new items and Princess Half Marathon Weekend always has some of my favorites. This year is no exception…let’s check it out!
It looks like each race has been given their own Princess this year, which can be seen on the super cool Tervis water bottle. And how cute is that “Run Princess Run” tank?!
The main event, the Princess Half Marathon, has another cute tank (there are never enough tanks in my opinion!) and what looks to be a new item of a spandex/running short combo. I really like that they are adding more variety to the usual t-shirts and jackets.
And for those taking on the Glass Slipper Challenge, there will be a ton of merchandise just for you. Look at that hoodie…oh man, do I want to get my hands on that!
And of course, no Princess Weekend would be complete without the ultimate accessory, a Disney Dooney & Bourke purse! These new designs feature classic images of many of the Disney Princesses.
In January, New Balance released their new runDisney collection, featuring the Ariel Vazee Pace which is PERFECT for this year’s Princess Half Marathon Weekend!
The shoes are only available at Health & Fitness Expos during runDisney event weekends. To minimize waiting in line for shoes, New Balance has created a virtual queue to let you know when it’s your turn to be fitted and make your purchase. **Note that the time to sign up for the virtual queue has change to the night before** Starting on Wednesday, February 17 at 7:00 pm, runners can sign up at NBvirtualqueue.com using their bib number. Non-runners can sign up daily beginning Thursday, February 18th at 7:00 pm, pending inventory.
As a reminder the runDisney Health & Fitness Expo will be held at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex and the hours are as follows:
- Thursday, February 18th, 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
- Friday, February 19th, 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
- Saturday, February 20th, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Click here for details on the Expo. If you are an AP holder or DVC member you may be eligible for discounts at the Expo, so don’t forget to bring your cards and always ask! New Balance shoes generally do not get discounts.
What are you looking forward to getting this year??
|July 14, 2015||Posted by Running at Disney under Princess Half Marathon Weekend|
It’s that time again Princesses! Sadly your Fairy Godmother won’t be able to help you today, so make sure your credit cards are ready to register for the 2016 Disney’s Princess Half Marathon today at noon EDT! This magical race weekend will be taking place February 18 – 21, 2016 and will include the Princess 5K, Enchanted 10K, Princess Half Marathon and the Glass Slipper Challenge. Over 25,000 runners will be taking to the streets of Walt Disney World during this magical race weekend to earn the sparkliest bling in the land.
As with all runDisney races events, we see another price increase for this year of 3-8% depending on the race. Here’s the pricing:
Disney Princess Half Marathon
Sunday, February 21, 2016
- $175 by August 4, 2015
- $190 between August 5 – 25, 2015
- $205 on or after August 26, 2015
Disney Enchanted 10K
Saturday, February 20, 2016
- $110 by August 4, 2015
- $125 between August 5 – 25, 2015
- $140 on or after October 22, 2014
Glass Slipper Challenge
Saturday & Sunday, February 20-21, 2016
- $305 by August 4, 2015
- $340 between August 5 – 25, 2015
- $365 on or after August 26, 2015
Disney Princess 5K
Friday, February 19, 2016
- $65 per participant by August 25, 2015
- $75 per participant on or after August 26, 2015
runDisneyKids Races – Dashes
Friday & Saturday, February 19-20, 2016
- $15 per participant by August 25, 2015
- $20 per participant on or after August 26, 2015
runDisneyKids Races – 1-Mile Run
Friday & Saturday, February 19-20, 2016
- $30 per participant by August 25, 2015
- $35 per participant on or after August 26, 2015
It looks like official team registrations are no longer an option, however you can purchase commemorative team bibs for family and friends. You can order any quantity you would like, which is an interesting new twist. These will be available in the Commemorative Items section of the registration.
As with all runDisney events, participants must stop by the runDisney Health and Fitness Expo to pick up their race bib, t-shirt and spend all your cash on runDisney gear! The expo runs from February 18 – 20 and will be at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
If you’re looking for the ultimate VIP experience over Princess Weekend, then the Race Retreat may be for you! For an extra fee ($120 in 2015), you will have access to various pre and post-race amenities, such as a temperature controlled tent, snacks, private bathrooms, changing tents, character meet & greets a commemorative item, massages and more.
There are also various dining events over the weekend that you can attend. The first event is Breakfast with the Princesses immediately following the 5K on February 19th and the 10K on February 20th. Here you can enjoy a breakfast buffet with items such as quiche, breakfast burritos, french toast and more, as well as special character meet and greets and photo ops.
Returning for 2 nights again (February 19th & 20th) is the Pasta in the Park Party. This family oriented event takes place in the World Showplace Pavilion inside Epcot and includes a buffet dinner of pasta (duh!), character meet and greets, and a reserved viewing area for Illuminations. Pricing for both of these events has not been published yet, but here is the pricing from 2015 to give you and idea:
Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend Breakfast
Friday & Saturday, February 19-20, 2016 from 6:30 – 8:30 am
- $39 for Adults (10 and up)
- $26 for Children (ages 3 – 9)
Pasta in the Park Party
Friday & Saturday, February 19-20, 2016 from 7:00 – 8:30 pm, Illuminations at 9:00 pm
- $54 for Adults (10 and up)
- $30 for Children (ages 3 – 9)
- Children under 3 are free
And let’s not forget the most important part of any race, the spectators! Generally, there are 4 different ChEAR Squad package levels available and range from a newsletter at no cost to the platinum package that includes entry into the race retreat. Pricing and package details have not been published yet, but here is the pricing from 2015:
- Bronze – No Charge per package
- Silver – $39 per package
- Gold – $65 per package
- Platinum – $120 per package
Make sure to visit the runDisney event page for more information on all of the events taking place that weekend including details on the travel packages, transportation information, park tickets and more.
Pre-sales for the Glass Slipper Challenge sold out in about 30 minutes two weeks ago, so I’m sure the event itself will sell out very quickly. Here are some great tips from runDisney about how to register for this race weekend efficiently:
If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you’ll know that I LOVE Princess Half Marathon Weekend. I had to defer my 2015 race registration, which means I am already signed up and ready to go for 2016. This will be my first big event after having a baby this fall. I think it will be the perfect motivation to get me up and keep me active!
I’ve ran Princess 3 times and each year has been a different experience for me with it’s own set of challenges. You can read all of the details here:
- Cinderella Royal Family 5K (guest post)
- Fit for a Princess Health & Fitness Expo (guest post)
- The Inaugural Glass Slipper Challenge Part I – Enchanted 10K
- The Inaugural Glass Slipper Challenge Part II – Princess Half Marathon
2012: My FIRST Half Marathon!
- Tangled Royal Family 5K
- Fit for a Princess Expo
- Princess Half Marathon – Pre-Race
- Princess Half Marathon – The Race
- Post Race Snacks
- Listen to my full 2012 recap on the Be Our Guest Podcast!
Will YOU be a Disney Princess in 2016?!? Hope to see you there 🙂