Episode 30: Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend – 5K

Episode 30: Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend – 5K

Hmmmm - maybe next time it's 3,000 degrees outside we go with a dark blue super suit...

Hmmmm – maybe next time it’s 3,000 degrees outside we go with a dark blue super suit…

We were super excited for this year’s Disneyland 5K, in part because of the super costumes we put together with our favorite costume  collaborator Katie from DG Sports Group.

What was less than super was the heat and humidity…spandex unitards and sweat make for some funny (and embarrassing)  race photos.

On this episode we chat about the Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend race expo and the Disneyland 5K, which included a brand new Disney Pixar theme.

Thanks for following along –

The Ladies of Run All The Races
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Did you join us for the Disneyland 5K this year? Did you enjoy the new Pixar theme?

2017 runDisney Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend: 5KBe sure to follow us on Twitter @RunAllTheRaces, Instagram @RunAllTheRaces, and like us on Facebook/runalltheraces.

Any questions, please reach out to us at runalltheraces@yahoo.com.  We’re happy to help!

Have you checked out our Podcast?  Give us a listen and let us know what you think: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/run-all-the-races/id1078046216?mt=2

Perfectly Goofy Gail, Delightful Dopey Kimberly, PhotoBomb Becca & California Kiley

COUNTDOWN TO NEXT runDisney RACE WEEKEND: Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend

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Meet Perfectly Goofy Gail
Perfectly Goofy Gail's 100th runDisney medal!

Perfectly Goofy Gail's 100th runDisney medal!

Perfectly Goofy Gail began getting active in 2005 with the goal of getting out of the house and loosing some weight... more

Meet Delightfully Dopey Kimberly
Thank you @runDisney for 7 years, 74 races, 102 medals and 708.2 magical miles!

Thank you @runDisney for 7 years, 74 races, 102 medals and 708.2 magical miles!

Delightfully Dopey Kimberly began running in 2008 with the single goal of crossing “running a marathon” off her bucket list... more

Meet PhotoBomb Becca
We don't call her PhotoBomb Becca for nothing...

We don't call her PhotoBomb Becca for nothing...

PhotoBomb Becca...more

Meet California Kiley
Disneyland Diamond Anniversary Minnie

Disneyland Diamond Anniversary Minnie

California Kiley as you can probably guess hails from sunny Southern California... more

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Countdown to runDisney Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend 2017: Your Race Day Experience with Cigna

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Congratulations! You’ve made the commitment to lace up your sneakers and run.

Running alongside thousands of people can be a pretty unique experience. And, whether this is your first big race or your 50th marathon, here are six simple runner etiquette tips that will help you and your fellow runners get the most out of your experience.

  • Share your space. At most races wide open spaces are at a premium, and you’ll need to share your space. Be aware of the 902057_Race-Etiquette_2people around you, and your surroundings
  • Look before you pass. It’s common for runners to jockey for position, pass slower runners, etc. Before leaving your personal lane, be sure to first check to either side of you. That way, you’ll avoid colliding with someone and possibly ending that person’s race prematurely. This is especially true if you’re going to stop or slow down for a water station. And if you’re going to pass someone, announce “on your left” or “on your right” to let them know.
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  • Spit down. Yes, it sounds gross, but it’s pretty common to spit when you’re running. And when you’re bunched together with thousands of other runners, it’s easy to accidentally expectorate on someone’s shoes or shirt. A good solution: Spit in front of you and down, not to the side. Just avoid the sneakers of the person in front of you.
  • Keep moving through the finish. When you finish the race, the first thing you’ll likely want to do is stop 902057_Race-Etiquette_4running. It’s only natural! But as there are others behind you, keep walking forward, following the instructions of the finish line volunteers. Plus, you’ll get your finisher’s medal sooner.
  • Smile and have fun. And the ladies of Run All The Races would add: Take a lot of photos of your smiling face!
Monsters, Inc. Thanks to PhotoBomb Becca's twin daughters for the costume idea (and for joining us for their first runDisney Disneyland race weekend).

Monsters, Inc. Thanks to PhotoBomb Becca’s twin daughters for the costume idea (and for joining us for their first runDisney Disneyland race weekend).

Thanks for following along –

Perfectly Goofy Gail
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Cigna_logo4What are your best tips for new runners?  Share them with us!

Be sure to follow us on Twitter @RunAllTheRaces, Instagram @RunAllTheRaces, and like us on Facebook/runalltheraces.

Any questions, please reach out to us at runalltheraces@yahoo.com.  We’re happy to help!

Have you checked out our Podcast?  Give us a listen and let us know what you think: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/run-all-the-races/id1078046216?mt=2

Perfectly Goofy Gail, Delightful Dopey Kimberly, PhotoBomb Becca & California Kiley

COUNTDOWN TO NEXT runDisney RACE WEEKEND: Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend

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Meet Perfectly Goofy Gail
Perfectly Goofy Gail's 100th runDisney medal!

Perfectly Goofy Gail's 100th runDisney medal!

Perfectly Goofy Gail began getting active in 2005 with the goal of getting out of the house and loosing some weight... more

Meet Delightfully Dopey Kimberly
Thank you @runDisney for 7 years, 74 races, 102 medals and 708.2 magical miles!

Thank you @runDisney for 7 years, 74 races, 102 medals and 708.2 magical miles!

Delightfully Dopey Kimberly began running in 2008 with the single goal of crossing “running a marathon” off her bucket list... more

Meet PhotoBomb Becca
We don't call her PhotoBomb Becca for nothing...

We don't call her PhotoBomb Becca for nothing...

PhotoBomb Becca...more

Meet California Kiley
Disneyland Diamond Anniversary Minnie

Disneyland Diamond Anniversary Minnie

California Kiley as you can probably guess hails from sunny Southern California... more

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Countdown to runDisney Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend 2017: Nutrition on Race Day with Cigna

Countdown to runDisney Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend 2017: Nutrition on Race Day with Cigna

When training for a long distance race, you are what you eat
There’s a lot that goes into preparing for race day. But did you know that one of the biggest factors determining how you finish might be what you eat? Knowing how to fuel your body during the days leading up to the race, as well as during and post-race, is important if you want to finish a half or full marathon feeling great.

Make nutrition part of training

  • Start with the carbs. As a general rule, marathon runners should follow a carbohydrate-based diet. Carbs are stored in your muscles and used for fuel as you run.
  • Don’t skip the protein. Just as carbs provide necessary energy, protein provides the tools – amino acids – to build and repair damaged muscle from the miles and miles of training done each and every week. Protein can also help slow down the release of the carbs into the system for a steady energy infusion.
  • And always add water. The right hydration plan will enhance your performance in training and competition while minimizing risks for dehydration, over-hydration, and heat illness and injury.

Replenish on the run
Outside of hydrating during the race, it’s important to replenish your hard working muscles. If you’re running a three- to five-hour marathon, you may want to consider refueling with carbohydrate gels and Sport Beans® at the 10k mark, and every 10k thereafter.

Recover right
Start rehydrating immediately, but be careful not to over hydrate with water alone. A sports drink, for example, will help you replace vital electrolytes lost while running. Your body will also need more carbs to replace the fuel you just used, and more protein to repair your muscles that you just made work so hard. This can be as simple as adding 10 – 20 grams of whey protein to your favorite sports drink.

Make sure you add nutrition to your training schedule. It could be the difference between barely finishing and finishing strong.

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Seriously people: NO NEW FOOD ON RACE DAY! 

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Thanks for following along –

Perfectly Goofy Gail
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Cigna_logo4What are your best tips for new runners?  Share them with us!

Be sure to follow us on Twitter @RunAllTheRaces, Instagram @RunAllTheRaces, and like us on Facebook/runalltheraces.

Any questions, please reach out to us at runalltheraces@yahoo.com.  We’re happy to help!

Have you checked out our Podcast?  Give us a listen and let us know what you think: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/run-all-the-races/id1078046216?mt=2

Perfectly Goofy Gail, Delightful Dopey Kimberly, PhotoBomb Becca & California Kiley

COUNTDOWN TO NEXT runDisney RACE WEEKEND: Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend

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Meet Perfectly Goofy Gail
Perfectly Goofy Gail's 100th runDisney medal!

Perfectly Goofy Gail's 100th runDisney medal!

Perfectly Goofy Gail began getting active in 2005 with the goal of getting out of the house and loosing some weight... more

Meet Delightfully Dopey Kimberly
Thank you @runDisney for 7 years, 74 races, 102 medals and 708.2 magical miles!

Thank you @runDisney for 7 years, 74 races, 102 medals and 708.2 magical miles!

Delightfully Dopey Kimberly began running in 2008 with the single goal of crossing “running a marathon” off her bucket list... more

Meet PhotoBomb Becca
We don't call her PhotoBomb Becca for nothing...

We don't call her PhotoBomb Becca for nothing...

PhotoBomb Becca...more

Meet California Kiley
Disneyland Diamond Anniversary Minnie

Disneyland Diamond Anniversary Minnie

California Kiley as you can probably guess hails from sunny Southern California... more

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Countdown to runDisney Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend 2017: Speed Training with Cigna

As Philip, a Cigna Health Coach, states in the video above, trust in your training.  But how to you handle when things don’t go exactly as you planned.  Philip suggests having a running mantra to get you to the finish line.

And since we’re headed to the Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend, the ladies of Run All The Races suggest: There’s an adult beverage waiting for me at Trader Sam’s after the finish.  Carbo loading… 😉

But, really people, keep reading for some REAL running advice from our good friends at Cigna.

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Think of speed training as putting together a workout that will improve your bottom line. Keep in mind this equation: Stride frequency + stride length = speed.

Every exercise or workout you perform should connect to one or both parts of this equation. Here’s what you can incorporate into your current training program to improve your speed and make every run better than your last.

902058_Personal-Record_2Triple flexion

Triple flexion occurs during the front side of sprinting, when there is flexion in three joints: Hip, knee and ankle.. Acceleration is a critical component to any training program to become faster. You need to be able to apply force into the ground as you run to increase your acceleration.

For example, if you wanted to step on an orange and crush it flat, how would you step on it? In order to generate the most power, you wouldn’t lift your foot merely an inch or two above the orange. Most people would raise their leg as high as they could, with a bent knee and their toe flexed to the sky.

In raising your foot about twelve inches over the orange, you would actually flex your ankle at the same time, unknowingly creating triple flexion. The same is true with running. You have to have your foot in the correct position to be able to apply force to the ground to accelerate.

Triple extension

Triple extension occurs when the ankle, knee and hip joints are all extended. Triple extension is often overlooked or neglected when trying to increase speed. Triple extension and acceleration are driving forces to gain ground (stride length). Triple extension also affects triple flexion. The greater range of motion achieved with extension will allow for optimal flexion at the hip. This will allow you to apply more force to the ground. Again, think about creating power to step on an orange and crush it.

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The better you are at maintaining balance and your center of gravity, the faster you can become. This is because, when sprinting, you’re actually balancing on each foot for about 1/100th of a second. When most people think of balance, they envision a person standing on one foot. This is a type of balance known as static balancing. Runners benefit more from learning how to maintain balance dynamically during movements. If you can’t balance well, your body will lack the stability to transfer speed from one leg to the other. Improving your balance will make you more stable with each stride.

For example, if you have trouble standing on one leg, you’ll use a lot of energy trying to stay balanced. Leaning to the left and flailing arms are all wasted energy. The same principle goes for running. Your body uses a lot of energy to stabilize. As you improve your balance, your body uses less energy with each step. Balance training two to three days a week will help improve your speed.

Stride length

Optimal stride length helps the runner gain ground. When you reach maximum speed, your stride will be 2.1 to 2.5 times the length of your leg. But it’s also important not to overstride. Overstriding is when you place your front leg further than your center of gravity. This is also known as braking. Runners often think this will help them to gain more ground, but it decreases their speed. Overstriding can also lead to lower back pain as the heel hits the ground first and applies excess force to the lower back.  What’s more, you can’t have triple flexion if you overstride to gain more ground.   Recording your running stride and playing it in slow motion is a great way to see if you’re overstriding.

Stride frequency

This is the number of steps a runner takes in a given amount of time, or over a given distance. To achieve optimal stride frequency, runners generally use a cyclical motion, like riding a bike. The combination of optimal stride length and stride frequency will lead to an increase in speed.

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The absence of optimal range of motion and flexibility in the upper body also decreases the range of motion during sprinting. That’s why practicing upper body speed mechanics is important in a speed training program. While running, the arms and legs move in unison. This is the body’s way of trying to find its center of gravity to maintain balance. It also allows for optimal range of motion in the upper and lower body during triple extension and triple flexion. The hands should be relaxed and the fingers slightly curled, as if they were carrying a light bulb.

While running, think of “cheek to cheek.” Keep your front arm at a 90o angle toward your face by your cheek. Your back arm should be at 120o degrees with your elbow bent and your hand by your backside cheek.

Practicing these areas can help improve your running form and increase your speed. Practice them together, because one is not more important than the next. They’ll all help your bottom line equation to becoming faster.

Remember, stride frequency + stride length = speed.

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Cigna Health Coaches

  • Antonio Williams, M.S., NASM, P.E.S, Health Engagement Consultant

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Resources

This is intended to be general health information and not medical advice or services. You should consult your doctor for medical advice or services, including seeking advice before undertaking a new diet or exercise program.

Thanks for following along –

Perfectly Goofy Gail
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Cigna_logo4What your most recent race PR?  What did you do to help you get there?

Be sure to follow us on Twitter @RunAllTheRaces, Instagram @RunAllTheRaces, and like us on Facebook/runalltheraces.

Any questions, please reach out to us at runalltheraces@yahoo.com.  We’re happy to help!

Have you checked out our Podcast?  Give us a listen and let us know what you think: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/run-all-the-races/id1078046216?mt=2

Perfectly Goofy Gail, Delightful Dopey Kimberly, PhotoBomb Becca & California Kiley

COUNTDOWN TO NEXT runDisney RACE WEEKEND: Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend

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Meet Perfectly Goofy Gail
Perfectly Goofy Gail's 100th runDisney medal!

Perfectly Goofy Gail's 100th runDisney medal!

Perfectly Goofy Gail began getting active in 2005 with the goal of getting out of the house and loosing some weight... more

Meet Delightfully Dopey Kimberly
Thank you @runDisney for 7 years, 74 races, 102 medals and 708.2 magical miles!

Thank you @runDisney for 7 years, 74 races, 102 medals and 708.2 magical miles!

Delightfully Dopey Kimberly began running in 2008 with the single goal of crossing “running a marathon” off her bucket list... more

Meet PhotoBomb Becca
We don't call her PhotoBomb Becca for nothing...

We don't call her PhotoBomb Becca for nothing...

PhotoBomb Becca...more

Meet California Kiley
Disneyland Diamond Anniversary Minnie

Disneyland Diamond Anniversary Minnie

California Kiley as you can probably guess hails from sunny Southern California... more

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#ThrowbackThursday: Cigna’s Partnership with runDisney

#ThrowbackThursday: Cigna’s Partnership with runDisney

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Did you know that Cigna is the major sponsor of both the runDisney Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend and the Disneyland Half Marathon Weekends? They are more than just a name and logo on the back our race shirts…

Your health is a MAJOR REWARD...make sure you are in training to take of yourself - AND your family.

Your health is a MAJOR AWARD…make sure you are in training to take of yourself – AND your family.

Why does Cigna sponsor runDisney events?

The Walt Disney World Marathon and Disneyland Half Marathon Weekends are both blue ribbon events that combine fun, family and physical activity in a magical way. Cigna is intently focused on helping people improve their health and well-being.  Presenting this event with Disney enables us to reach thousands of people and celebrate their efforts to adopt a healthy lifestyle.

Cheers to healthy choices!

Cheers to healthy choices!

We live our mission. Cigna runners participate in all the races. And we invite all runners and guests to visit the Cigna booth at the runDisney Health & Fitness Expo and Family Reunion Area tent for healthy lifestyle information, giveaways and activities.

Cigna understands that meeting a fitness milestone — whether it’s running a race for the first time or meeting personal race goals at any length — is cause for celebration. And Cigna is proud to help runners of all ages celebrate the magic of health at the Walt Disney World Marathon andDisneyland Half Marathon Weekends.

Rooted in the strong tradition of insurance, Cigna defines health as more than the absence of sickness. To us, health is intertwined with a sense of well-being and security. Our relationship with the people we serve goes deeper than coverage and claims.

It’s about understanding the obstacles people face in trying to lead a healthier life, then helping them overcome those barriers and change their habits.

It’s about understanding that healthier people are more productive, enjoy a better quality of life and lower costs for everyone within the health care system.

And it’s about understanding how health, life, accident and disability coverage work together to meet people’s emotional, physical and financial needs – for a lifetime.

Whether people are having babies… getting in shape… running a marathon… managing a chronic disease… overcoming illness or injury… or just coping with life… we are at their side, around the world, helping them improve their health and well-being.

Preparing to Race with runDisney and Cigna:

  • Ready, set, run. At Cigna, we’re always looking for ways to help you achieve healthy goals that matter most to you. That’s why we applaud your commitment to run in your first race or train to meet a running goal. We understand that each of you will prepare for these races in your own way, but also want to offer some general tips so you can finish strong!
  • Check in with your doctor. Whether you’re an experienced runner or this is your first time trying a long distance run, it’s a good idea to get a health assessment before you begin a training program. If you have any issues, like arthritis or an old sports injury, talking with your doctor about your plans is a safe and practical approach.
  • Make a plan. Before you hit the pavement or purchase equipment, you should educate yourself on all aspects of half marathon and full marathon training and find a training plan that fits into your schedule.
  • Invest in the proper running equipment. Two long distance running essentials are clothes and running shoes. Before you buy, have an idea about the best shoe for your foot and running style. Comfort is key to any running program.
  • Make eating right a priority. Fuel your body with a healthy diet. The foods you ingest play a vital role in your body’s performance. The better you eat, the better your body will perform.
  • Have fun. Enjoyment is a great motivator. If you’re not having fun, you’re less likely to follow through with your training program. Recruit your friends and family to support you and help you train. And congratulate yourself on every victory, no matter how small.

Check out additional articles from Cigna’s experts here.

And here are some of our RunAllTheRaces Cigna Greatest Hits posts:

Stay tuned – we’re headed to the 2017 Disneyland Half Marathon Cigna Blogger and Social Media Meet-Up in a few weeks.  We can’t wait to share all this year’s fun with you!

Thanks for following along –

Perfectly Goofy Gail
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Me and the Big Cheese!

Me and the Big Cheese!

Will we see you at the 2017 Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend races?  Have you started working on your race costumes?..

Be sure to follow us on Twitter @RunAllTheRaces, Instagram @RunAllTheRaces, and like us on Facebook/runalltheraces.

Any questions, please reach out to us at runalltheraces@yahoo.com.  We’re happy to help!

Have you checked out our Podcast?  Give us a listen and let us know what you think: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/run-all-the-races/id1078046216?mt=2

Perfectly Goofy Gail, Delightful Dopey Kimberly, PhotoBomb Becca & California Kiley

COUNTDOWN TO NEXT runDisney RACE WEEKEND: Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend

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Meet Perfectly Goofy Gail
Perfectly Goofy Gail's 100th runDisney medal!

Perfectly Goofy Gail's 100th runDisney medal!

Perfectly Goofy Gail began getting active in 2005 with the goal of getting out of the house and loosing some weight... more

Meet Delightfully Dopey Kimberly
Thank you @runDisney for 7 years, 74 races, 102 medals and 708.2 magical miles!

Thank you @runDisney for 7 years, 74 races, 102 medals and 708.2 magical miles!

Delightfully Dopey Kimberly began running in 2008 with the single goal of crossing “running a marathon” off her bucket list... more

Meet PhotoBomb Becca
We don't call her PhotoBomb Becca for nothing...

We don't call her PhotoBomb Becca for nothing...

PhotoBomb Becca...more

Meet California Kiley
Disneyland Diamond Anniversary Minnie

Disneyland Diamond Anniversary Minnie

California Kiley as you can probably guess hails from sunny Southern California... more

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Countdown to our 100th runDisney Race as Run All The Races: 70 – 79

Countdown to our 100th runDisney Race as Run All The Races: 70 – 79

It’s always fun to take a stroll and look back at costume memory lane.

Here’s races 70 – 79, which kicks off with the start the 2017 runDisney racing season and includes the first #MagicalCancellation in runDisney history.

70. 2017 Walt Disney World 5K - #RetroMinnie (and a very lucky Mickey...)

70. 2017 Walt Disney World 5K: #RetroMinnie (and a very lucky Mickey…)

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71. 2017 Walt Disney World 10K: It’s “ruff” getting up every morning for the Dopey Challenge, so we rolled over and onto the course in our Pluto PJ’s.

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72. 2017 Walt Disney World Marathon: Apparently everyone else had the same costume idea... "Cold Runners"

72. 2017 Walt Disney World Marathon: Apparently everyone else had the same costume idea… “Cold Runners”

73. 2017 Star Wars Half Marathon - The Light Side Star Wars 5K: We "Ewok'd" the course with Kimberly's son (his first West Coast runDisney race)!

73. 2017 Star Wars Half Marathon – The Light Side Star Wars 5K: We “Ewok’d” the course with Kimberly’s son (his first West Coast runDisney race)!

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74. 2017 Star Wars Half Marathon – The Light Side Star Wars 10K: We’ll trade you a runDisney snack box for your shiny race medal…(and yes, our Jawa eyes DID light up!).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

75. 2017 Star Wars Half Marathon - The Light Side Star Wars Half Marathon: Continuing with our Tink mash-up theme - #JediTink

75. 2017 Star Wars Half Marathon – The Light Side Star Wars Half Marathon: Continuing with our Tink mash-up theme – #JediTink

76. 2017 Princess Half Marathon Weekend - Princess 5K: #HipsterPrincesses with our friend Fitz.

76. 2017 Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend – Princess 5K: #HipsterPrincesses with our friend Fitz.

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77. 2017 Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend – Enchanted 10K: Beauty & the Beast #EnchantedRoses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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78. 2017 Disney Princess Half Marathon: Try #TheGreyStuff, it’s delicious!

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79. 2017 Star Wars – The Dark Side 5K: Aren’t you a little short for an Emperor? #RoyalGuardBettys

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can check out a photo costume review of our runDisney races 1-12 here, races 13 – 24 here, races 25 – 36 here, races 37 – 48 here, 49 – 59 here, and 60 – 69 here…there’s some funny stuff and great memories.

Thanks to everyone that joined us for a race so far and wore some crazy with us.

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Which has been your favorite Run All The Races costume?  Any ideas or suggestions for future costumes?

Be sure to follow us on Twitter @RunAllTheRaces, Instagram @RunAllTheRaces, and like us on Facebook/runalltheraces.

Any questions, please reach out to us at runalltheraces@yahoo.com.  We’re happy to help!

Have you checked out our Podcast?  Give us a listen and let us know what you think: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/run-all-the-races/id1078046216?mt=2

Perfectly Goofy Gail, Delightful Dopey Kimberly, PhotoBomb Becca & California Kiley

COUNTDOWN TO NEXT runDisney RACE WEEKEND: Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend

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Meet Perfectly Goofy Gail
Perfectly Goofy Gail's 100th runDisney medal!

Perfectly Goofy Gail's 100th runDisney medal!

Perfectly Goofy Gail began getting active in 2005 with the goal of getting out of the house and loosing some weight... more

Meet Delightfully Dopey Kimberly
Thank you @runDisney for 7 years, 74 races, 102 medals and 708.2 magical miles!

Thank you @runDisney for 7 years, 74 races, 102 medals and 708.2 magical miles!

Delightfully Dopey Kimberly began running in 2008 with the single goal of crossing “running a marathon” off her bucket list... more

Meet PhotoBomb Becca
We don't call her PhotoBomb Becca for nothing...

We don't call her PhotoBomb Becca for nothing...

PhotoBomb Becca...more

Meet California Kiley
Disneyland Diamond Anniversary Minnie

Disneyland Diamond Anniversary Minnie

California Kiley as you can probably guess hails from sunny Southern California... more

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