What races are in the Goofy Challenge?

What races are in the Goofy Challenge?

The annual Disney World Marathon Weekend is comprised of a 5K race through Animal Kingdom, a lively 10K race, half marathon from EPCOT to Magic Kingdom and back to EPCOT, and a marathon through the four major theme parks and ending in EPCOT.

What is the RunDisney Goofy Challenge?

Show your Goofy side over 2 racing days spanning 39.3 miles! Get started with the Half Marathon on Saturday, followed by the Marathon on Sunday. Complete both races on pace to earn your Half Marathon and Marathon finisher medals––plus, get the coveted Goofy medal!

How much does the Goofy Challenge cost?

Registration for the Goofy Challenge is separate from the registration for the Full and Half Marathons. For the 2021 Challenge it cost $390.

What is Goofy’s race?

42,915 Miles The inaugural Goofy’s Race & a Half Challenge took place January 5-7, 2006 with roughly 3,000 participants. This year’s event, taking place January 11-1, 2020, will host over 10,000 participants. Today, there are 78 “perfect” runners who have completed the challenge each year for the past 14 years!

How many miles is the Goofy Challenge?

When you complete the 48.6-mile challenge, you will have a medal for each race, as well as a medal for completing the Goofy Challenge (half-marathon and marathon) and a medal for the Dopey Challenge (all four races). That is six medals!

Can I walk the dopey challenge?

You can walk the entire challenge, but walk during your training. You’re setting yourself up for failure if you choose not to train.

How long to train for Dopey Challenge?

The Dopey Challenge Training Program is designed for those who have been running 3-4 times per week for 4-5 miles and a long run of at least 6 miles for at least 6 months.

What is Goofy if Pluto is a dog?

Not Being Goofy Goofy and Pluto are both dogs. Yet Pluto walks on all fours, runs around naked and can only bark at the world. So why is it that Pluto is a dog who must live as a dog, and Goofy is a dog who gets to live like a human being, asks Scott Simon?