Arizona Man, Nick Hilton, Wins Walt Disney World Marathon For a Second Time


Nick Hilton from Tuscon Arizona crossed the finish line first in this years runDisney Marathon at Walt Disney World.

This is his second win. He also won in 2018 and then proposed to his girlfriend.

This year runDisney had 18 thousand runners, from 72 countries, that participated in the 4 days of events including: 5K, 10K, Half-Marathon, Full Marathon and Children’s races.

Wow! I have been to the runDisney events and I have seen the crowds, but to quantify it into that number, it really hits home how many people participate!

Among those 18k participating were some celebrities according to Fox 35:

18,000 participants competed in the four-day Walt Disney World Marathon in 2020, including several professional athletes. For example, Olympic track legend Jackie Joyner-Kersee, former NFL stars Warrick Dunn and Tiki Barber, and Paralympian and ESPN personality Victoria Arlen participated.

I want to give a special congratulations to Mr. Hilton.

But I also want to give an extra congratulations to those that went and gave it their all, finish or not. It’s not an easy thing.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Fox 35 News

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