|Princess Half Marathon 2010|
|Princess Half Marathon 2011|
8. Take pictures. I’ve seen more characters during this race than I’ve seen in a whole weekend at the Disney parks. It really is the perfect opportunity for photos. Lines might seem long, but the Disney cast memebers move them along quickly.
|Tinkerbell Half Marathon 2012|
6. Pee at your own risk. I suggest peeing before the race and not during it if possible. But, if you absolutely must go then I recommend holding it until you get into the parks. During our first Princess Half Marathon, my mom and I stopped to use the porta-potties around Mile 5 not knowing we could’ve used the park’s restrooms about two miles later. Disney porta-potties aren’t cleaner than regular ones, let me tell ya! The park restrooms are lovely and have running water. Enough said.
|Princess Half Marathon 2012|
4. Walk it out. I never understand why people are afraid to walk during races. Even if it’s just walking through the water stations (I can’t drink and run…), I don’t think I’ve ever completed a race without walking even for a second. There is no shame in walking, people. Do what you gotta do!
|Walt Disney Marathon 2013|
2. Wear your medal(s) to the park. You earned it! runDisney medals are fairly heavy, but it’s totally worth it.
|Princess Half Marathon 2013|