The 2015 runDisney Princess Half Marathon Weekend By the Numbers

runDisney Princess Half Marathon at Walt Disney World

Did you participate in the 2015 runDisney Princess Half Marathon Weekend? Did you wonder how many people were running along side you? runDisney has released some stats on it’s largest women-focused running event that takes guests through Epcot and the Magic Kingdom. Here they are:

Registration Numbers

49,500 total race registrants for the 2015 Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend  presented by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

24,000 participants in the Disney Princess Half Marathon presented by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

12,500 participants in the Disney Enchanted 10K  presented by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

10,000 participants in the Disney Frozen 5K  presented by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

3,000 participants in the runDisney Kids Races

 

Challenges

7,500 participants in the Glass Slipper Challenge  presented by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

 

Demographics

91.5% female participants / 8.5% male participants

50 states represented, plus Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands

75 years age of the oldest female participant running the half marathon (from South San Francisco, CA)

 

Princess Half Marathon Weekend Facts

  • 1:11:49 fastest Disney Princess Half Marathon time (Kim Smith, 2014)
  • 424,000 combined number of miles completed by the 49,500 participants throughout the weekend
  • There were about 9,700 participants in the 2009 inaugural Disney Princess Half Marathon. In just seven years, the event has doubled to include 24,000 runners and has become one of the largest women-focused events in the nation
  • 3,000 total number of volunteers who are working during Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend
  • 6,800 number of people running their first half marathon in the 2015 Disney Princess Half Marathon
  • 1,400 total number of runners registered to run for a charity during the event weekend, including 316 participants running for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

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