Listen up, runDisney enthusiasts! We’re in the home stretch for the 2019 runDisney Princess Half Weekend. Things are getting real, real soon- starting now! The 2019 Disney Princess Half Marathon Corrals, Waivers, Course Maps, & Event Guide are HERE.
Early February means those long runs are ramping up and some of the Princess’ nerves are starting to set in. Straighten your tiaras- you’ve TOTALLY got this!
And there’s a lot of runDisney.com stalking going on as well!
The 2019 Disney Princess Half Marathon Corrals, Waivers, Course Maps, & Event Guide are coming soon! I keep this post updated with the information as it comes out.
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2019 Disney Princess Half Marathon Corrals, Waivers, Course Maps, & Event Guide
This year promises to be another royally good time at this popular runDisney race weekend. I know we’re getting excited about it over here and can’t wait to see all our Princess friends at the races.
Around this time, all the questions start showing up on social media. I hope this helps answer some of those runDisney Princess Half Marathon questions.
When will runDisney Princess Half weekend Corrals/Waivers/Course Maps/Event Guides drop?
Yeah- so helpful, I know. But really, we’re going to see things pretty soon around here.
Just a reminder of how things work each year:
Typically the runDisney event guides show up first, with the course maps included. You can also find some information on corralling inside the event guides (usually an indication of how many corrals will be set up for each race distance, but no details on placement).
If you want to check out what happened last year, here are the 2018 Disney Princess Half Marathon Courses, Event Guide, & Corrals to give you some idea of what to expect.
2019 Princess Half Weekend Waivers
To know where you will be starting your race, first, you need to download your waiver. Do that HERE
Runner Tracking link: HERE (link to come)
Download and print the waiver and it will give you your bib number (lower right-hand part of the form).
2019 Princess Half Marathon Weekend Corrals
Check your bib number against the corrals listed here.
Sorry, 5K and 10K runners; corrals are not released for these races.
Important to note: Wave starts within smaller corrals means you want to go ahead and arrive in your corral EARLY.
Princess Half Half Marathon Corrals
Fairy Tale Challenge Corrals
2019 Princess Half Marathon Weekend Event Guide
This is the best source of information you can find on the Princess Half Marathon weekend outside of personal experience.
Definitely take a look at the Event Guide and check out each section. There’s a lot of great info here and you don’t want to miss it.
As a reminder, a digital copy is the only one available; runDisney does NOT print these out any longer.
2019 Princess Half Marathon Weekend Course Maps
Where are you running? Does the race go through the castle or nah?
And yes, this course is PRable if you wish- but don’t forget to have fun while you’re there!
2019 runDisney Princess Half Marathon Course Map
2019 runDisney Enchanted 10K Course Map
2019 runDisney Princess 5K Course Map
2019 Princess Half Marathon Weekend Medals
While I’m SURE you haven’t missed these, because they are adorable, check out the 2019 Princess Half Marathon Medals.
Are you running for honor? I love the Mulan medal this year!
Don’t forget the Merchandise and Expo
In case you missed it: the runDisney Princess Marathon Dooney’s are available to purchase. These won’t last on the site much longer; grab them while you can.
NEW this year: You can also see a preview of the Princess Marathon Weekend jackets before you can buy them.
Don’t forget you MUST go by the expo for your bib pick up (and other fun things if you are up for it!)
- Thursday, February 21, 2019
10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
- Friday, February 22, 2019
10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
- Saturday, February 23, 2019
9:30 AM to 3:30 PM
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Patty Holliday has been running Disney since 2011. She knows just about every tip, trick, and hack there is to cover the runDisney Magical Miles at Disney World and Disneyland. She knows every mile isn’t *always* magical- but with training, tips, and a little bit of pixie dust, they can be a lot of fun! You can also find her at noguiltlife.com and noguiltfangirl.com