If you’re looking to participate in the runDisney event in Disneyland Paris this fall, you can get a sneak peek at the medals being offered. They include characters like Rapunzel, Mickey and Minnie, Simba and Aladdin.
Here’s more from the Disney Parks Blog…
Calling all aventuriers! It’s time to get ready for an adventure as we are just about three months away from the 2019 Disneyland Paris Run Weekend. Taking place September 19 – 22, 2019 at the Disneyland Paris Resort, this year’s event returns with three exciting races and two challenges for one unforgettable experience. We’ve got your first look at this year’s finisher medals, filled with classic Disney characters full of adventure. Take a look at what will be awaiting you at this year’s ligne d’arrivée:
Roar into a great start of the wild event weekend with the Disneyland Paris 5K, celebrating Disney’s “The Lion King.” Calling all royalty! Have your best race ever during the Disneyland Paris 10K, celebrating Disney Princesses and their loyal sidekicks, with this year’s finisher medal featuring characters from Disney’s “Tangled.” Rounding out the magical weekend and showing us how love can be an adventure, Mickey and Minnie make their couple debut on the Disneyland Paris-Val d’Europe Half Marathon finisher medal.
Runners completing either of two challenges, racing through the Disneyland Paris theme parks and the beautiful French countryside, will earn a finisher medal celebrating the adventurous characters of Disney’s “Aladdin.” Runners who complete both the Disneyland Paris 10K plus Disneyland Paris-Val d’Europe Half for the 31K Challenge will earn a captivating medal featuring Aladdin and the Magic Carpet. Those going the extra mile and finish the Disneyland Paris 5K, Disneyland Paris 10K and Disneyland Paris-Val d’Europe Half Marathon during the 36K Challenge, will commemorate their accomplishments with a medal featuring the all-powerful Genie.
Lastly, runners who complete the half marathon at Disneyland Paris and one of our runDisney races at Walt Disney World Resort in the same calendar year will be awarded the Castle to Château medal.
Start getting excited for this year’s events with a dreamy look back at the event:
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