RunDisney reveals themes for 2024 Princess Half Marathon

General registration opens June 20

Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend (runDisney)

BAY LAKE, Fla. – RunDisney has officially revealed the themes for its upcoming 2024 Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend.

The event, which steps off Feb. 22, 2024, at Walt Disney World Resort will include a Disney Princess 5K, 10K, Half Marathon and Disney Fairytale Challenge (10K and Half Marathon).

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Themes for this year’s event features Ariel, Rapunzel, Tiana and Anna and Elsa.

“Being a hero is not just about the happily ever after at the end of the story. For our Princesses and Queens, it’s the courage to embark on the journey, jump out of the tower, open the restaurant, find the fifth spirit,” runDisney said on its blog. “And as a runner, it’s the sweat and determination that goes into each training run, the resilience to rise after every fall, the unwavering commitment to reach our goals.”

See each of the individual event themes below.

Disney Princess 5K - Ariel

Disney Princess 5K presented by CORKCICLE (runDisney)

Disney Princess 10K - Rapunzel

Disney Princess 10K presented by CORKCICLE (runDisney)

Disney Princess Half Marathon - Tiana

Disney Princess Half Marathon presented by CORKCICLE (runDisney)

Disney Fairytale Challenge - Anna & Elsa

Disney Fairytale Challenge with Anna & Elsa (runDisney)

RunDisney said general registration for the 2024 Virtual Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend will open for June 20 at 10 a.m., Club runDisney gold and platinum members can register on June 13.

For those unable to attend in person, but would like to run any of the races virtually, virtual registration opens June 23 at 10 a.m.

The next runDisney race happening at Walt Disney World will be the Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend on Nov. 2.

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