Entries from Team AllEars® Running Blog tagged with 'Walt Disney World marathon'

The Gift

by Jamison Reynolds "To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift."-Steve Prefontaine On Sunday January 13th, my best was my worst. The 20th Anniversary of the Walt Disney World marathon was my most difficult run in...

Hoist the Colors

By Mike Fuller We all have our reasons for running; getting healthier, accomplishing a goal, running somewhere we never dreamed we could. The reasons are numerous, and each just as important as the rest. For me, it started as the...

I Finally Did It!!! Walt Disney World Half Marathon

By Joan Smith I finally did it!!!! That's the feeling that I had when I crossed the finish line at the Walt Disney World Half Marathon in early January. That simple sentence doesn't seem like enough to convey all of...

From Zumba to a Disney Half Marathon

By Erinn Casazza Have you met Jamison Reynolds? If you have, you know that Jamison Reynolds has been blamed for many things. Here is something else he can add to his list: I blame Jamison Reynolds for how utterly happy...

My first Half Marathon at Walt Disney World

By Casey Dylan Back-story Last fall, in what can best be described as a moment of mid-life crisis, I decided to put down the beer, turn off the TV, get off the couch, go outside and"(wait for it)"run a marathon....

We Are Family

by Sara Rhodes Call this a write up to get others to join in or donate to the cause, call this homage to the amazing people on Team AllEars, or call it what it is: my thank you to my...

The Inaugural Chip & Dale Marathon Relay: A Review Part 2

Michelle: Starting Leg 2 Leg 1 runners came in off of the main road towards the Relay Exchange area and after meeting them, Leg 2 runners did a hairpin turn and moved back out onto the road, where we...

The Inaugural Chip & Dale Marathon Relay: A Review Part 1

Disney inaugural races are difficult to resist. First, there is the thrill of the unknown"the promise of a new course through one or more theme parks. Second is the bling...that new race medal, which few Disney running fans can...

December Gut Check Time

So Thanksgiving has come and gone and we are well into December. We're just about a month from Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend and that means it's final gut check time for all of us who are looking to run...

Following Your Runner WDW Marathon Weekend PART III of III

In Part III of our series on following your runner during Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend Jessica Atawonta and Dave Aulen summarize all that they and their families have learned regarding how to follow runners during the half and full...

Following Your Runner WDW Marathon Weekend PART II of III

In Part II of our series on following your runner at Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, Dave Aulen shares the strategy he perfected for following his wife Holly through the Magic Kingdom and Epcot without a car during two Goofy...

Following Your Runner WDW Marathon Weekend PART I of III

The excitement of a RunDisney race is not owned exclusively by the runners. Family and friends can also get in on the fun by following their runners along the course. Team AllEars runners look forward to finding their supporters on...

October Gut Check Time

Welcome back to this edition of "Gut Check Time." This service is brought to those of you who are about to take an amazing journey to Walt Disney World this January to run in your first runDisney event. I'm talking...

Small Steps Lead To Big Changes

by Rhonda Speer While preparing to write this post I decided to reread the profiles of my fellow team members. I quickly realized that sure we all love Disney and we share a desire to Run With Purpose but...

Team AllEars Live Podcast Now Available

Team AllEars 2011 On Monday night, June 28th, 8 - 9 P.M. ET Team AllEars 2011: Running with Purpose held their 2nd live podcast produced by MouseWorldRadio. The live podcast featured Deb Wills, Michelle Scribner-MacLean, Mike Scopa, Gordon Harvey as...

Team AllEars® 2011 - Live Podcast Announcement! - Disney World Marathon

LIVE Podcast, June 28 Team AllEars® will be broadcasting LIVE on Monday, June 28th at 8 P.M. ET. AllEars Founder Deb Wills, Team AllEars® Running Co-Captains Michelle Scribner-MacLean and Mike Scopa will be welcoming Gordon Harvey from www.runtodisney.com to talk...

Team AllEars® 2011 - Live Podcast Announcement! - Disney Marathon

LIVE Podcast, June 28 Team AllEars® will be broadcasting LIVE on Monday, June 28th at 8 P.M. ET. AllEars Founder Deb Wills, Team AllEars® Running Co-Captains Michelle Scribner-MacLean and Mike Scopa will be welcoming Gordon Harvey from www.runtodisney.com to talk...

The Struggling 2011 Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend

As we approach summer 2010 there are signs indicting that the 2011 Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend is losing the momentum it has enjoyed over the last decade. Recent Marathon Weekend History Back in May of 2002, for its 10th...

2010 Team AllEars: Final Reflections

by Michelle Scribner-MacLean and Mike Scopa The training is done, the race is over, everyone is home, and we've all shared our medals with family and friends. Even though many Team AllEars members are looking forward and have already signed...

Marathon Week Planning

Here we are"Marathon Weekend Week. For those of you who are about to experience Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend for the first time, you may have some questions and thoughts about how to go about preparing for your particular race...

Homestretch Training: Part I

As we head into the last few weeks before the big Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend it's important to note certain homestretch training issues that I have certainly learned from through the years and wanted to share them with you....

Waiver Forms

This is an unplanned blog so consider this to be sort of a public service announcement. For those who have signed up to do any of the races that will be held at Walt Disney World during the Walt Disney...

Pace Tools - Walt Disney World Marathon

By now most of the heavy duty training for the 2010 Walt Disney World Half or Full Marathon should be behind us. However with just about six weeks left pace may still be a concern so for what it's worth,...

Hello Injuries

I am not a doctor, nor do I play one on television or the internet. So I am not here to tell you what to do if you have an injury but give you some advice as to how to...

Pace Patience

The term is "Pace Patience" and what I mean by that is to say, give it time and don't rush it. Let's look at the pace requirements for the Walt Disney World Half-Marathon so that we all understand what those...

Long Distance Running Gear

Since we have different experience levels with our running, we've decided to create a series of blogs that show different perspectives on a variety of running topics. This week we've decide to talk a bit about running gear: what are...

Welcome to Team AllEars® Running with Purpose!

Co-captains Mike Scopa and Michelle Scribner-MacLean recently announced the formation of Team All Ears® now training for the January 2010 Half and Full Walt Disney World Marathon. This is the new Team AllEars Running Blog. Mike and Michelle will be...

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