runDisney Medals Revealed For 2021 Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend

runDisney is gearing up for the first in-person running event since the pandemic–A Wickedly Delicious Celebration for the 2021 Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend. This run was a bit different, offering virtual events with the in-person ones so more people could participate.

Now we have a look at the runDisney medals for the event!

5K – Evil Queen

10K Jack Skellington / Oogie Boogie

13.1 K (Half-Marathon) Kronk and Yzma

19.3 (10k + Half Marathon) Two Course Challenge Ursula

The event runs from November 4 – November 7 at the Walt Disney World Resort.

“This year, some of your favorite villains are back for another wickedly delicious good time during the 2021 Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend powered by AfterShokz! Only this time, you’ll experience the ghoulish fun at Walt Disney World Resort — right at the start of The World’s Most Magical Celebration! This year’s menu will satisfy your cravings, whether it’s your first or 50th race. For those hungry for a little extra kick, there’s our Two Course Challenge that’s guaranteed to keep you running. Plus, you can keep things cookin’ at an after-hours Post-Race Party for runners and registered Guests!

There are still some spaces left for the in-person and virtual Half Marathon and Two Course Challenge.

If you are interested in either of those events you can still register via the links provided above.

Pricing for the events left are:

In Person Half Marathon -$215  In person Two-Course Challenge -$360 (Both give you Race Post-Party Access)

Virtual Half Marathon – $118  and Two Course Challenge – $252

I’m really excited to see Kronk and Yzma as a medal!

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