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Disney Princess Half Marathon | USsPost.com

March 7, 2010 by Post Team 

Disney Princess Half MarathonDisney Princess Half Marathon | USsPost.com:You can do a double take this weekend than 18,000 Disney Princess take to the roads of Walt Disney World for the Disney princess of the second annual Half Marathon. That’s nearly double what they ran last year. For more, because everything is for a good cause The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Also returning is Disney’s Fit For A Princess Expo. It is open to the public and is a great place for women to learn about health and wellness. Find it at the new re-branded ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

“Every woman wants her chance to feel like a princess, and this event allows them to take on the attributes of the Disney Princesses represents: commitment, courage, determination, imagination, perseverance and strength,” said Disney Sports Area Manager Kathleen Duran. “This event is all about princesses and spread the message of health and wellness for women of all fitness levels while incorporating the glamor and grace of the Disney Princesses.”

Disney’s Princess Half Marathon Weekend is part of the series resistance at the Walt Disney World Resort, which gives recreational athletes of all ages and abilities the opportunity to walk, jog, run, bike and swim their way ” around the world. ” From marathons to road races to triathlons, athletes from around the country and around the world compete to stay in shape, achieve personal best times and raise funds for charitable causes. Series events are popular resistance Expedition Everest Challenge (June 12, 2010), inaugural Wine & Dine Disney Half Marathon weekend (October 1-2, 2010), Walt Disney World Marathon and Half Marathon (January 6 -9, 2011) and Champion 5k in ESPN The Weekend (February 2011).

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