The 2017 Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend Celebrates Pixar’s Beloved Films

Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend Receives Pixar Theme
2017 Disneyland Pixar Half Marathon

Are you a running enthusiast? Perhaps, you’re a first-time runner. Whatever the case may be, lace up those sneakers, as the runDisney team has just announced that the 2017 Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend will celebrate some of Pixar’s beloved films. The weekend will kick off at the Disneyland Resort in California, August 31 – September 3, 2017, and will include numerous events with various Pixar themes including:

  • Adventure is out there at this year’s Kids Races featuring “Up!” 
  • Mr. & Mrs. Incredible are ready for the run. The Disneyland 5K theme is “The Incredibles.”
  • Mike and Sulley host 6.2 miles of scares at the Disneyland 10K featuring “Monsters University.” 
  • Race to infinity and beyond with the pals of “Toy Story” at the Disneyland Half. 
  • Disneyland Double Dare: Celebrating Pixar Animation Studios

What separates runDisney events from other races are the character photo opportunities and interactions along the course. In past runDisney events, many rare characters have made appearances, with us speculating that the 2017 Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend will include rare sightings of Remy and Emile, Flik and Atta, or even Carl, Russell, and Dug.

To register for the 2017 Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend be sure to visit the official runDisney website.

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