Did you feel that? An awakening has happened at runDisney…
Maybe awakening is too nice. I’m sure it’s more like freaking out, because, yet again, someone on the internet found the event guide before it was ready to be released publicly.
It wasn’t me, I swear.
However, I did have a friend send the guide to me. I’ve taken a looksy and it’s interesting, to say the least.
(By the way, this information can be found in just about every runDisney themed Facebook group. But not everyone is in every Facebook group, so here you go.)
I am going to go ahead and say this now: the half and 10K are going to be a cluster unless you are in corrals A-C and don’t stop for pictures.
The only caveat here is if the early morning start is because runDisney plans to have the corrals leave 10 minutes apart on the half day.
We run through the same very narrow and tiny path from Boardwalk to Hollywood Studios that you do for Wine and Dine and Marathon.
I repeat: Narrow. 14,000ish runners meeting in tiny and narrow space does not sound magical to me, yall. It’s not as bad for the other races because you had time to spread out before hitting that path, but we find this bottleneck pretty early in both Star Wars races.
The event guide shows A-L corrals, so this race isn’t as big as Princess or Donald, but it’s still a decent size. I believe that’s about the same as Wine and Dine.
First, get your waiver from this link. You will get the bib number off the bottom of the form.
Pretty sweet, right? If you are an Annual Passholder guess what: BONUS free pictures at your races now.
Can’t say I’m hating on that news!
What do you think of the courses?
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