Medals runDisney Disneyland Paris 2017 revealedPublished: June 19, 2017 / Last Updated: September 19, 2017 / By: Arvid Bux
With just two months to go, runDisney has revealed the medals for the Half-Marathon weekend at Disneyland Paris on September 21 – 24.
New this year are the 10k and the Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo Challenge. One additional change, but this is more to the build quality of the medals is that also the 5K has a real medal now. When we have a closer look at each medal we see the following;
Overview Medals runDisney Disneyland Paris 2017
This medal is made out of rubber, and will be handed out for all Kids races which are the 100 m, 200 m and 1 km. Mickey is shown on this medal, running next to the castle. On this medal, you can also see Disneyland Paris 25, referring to the 25th Anniversary.
A change from last year, this medal is now made out of metal. Featuring Lumiere with a big smile on his face. Also here Disneyland Paris 25 is printed on the medal.
A new race this year, the 10K. Showing the highest turret of Sleeping Beauty castle, with the three fairies circling around it. The three fairies is for sure a nod to the Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo Challenge this year. Disneyland Paris 25 can also be seen on this medal.
Half-Marathon / 21k
What it is all about, the half-marathon. This medal, which is a copy of last year, shows Mickey running along Sleeping Beauty castle. Allthough it is a copy, the medal has some unique features. The diamonds on the right and of course the nod to the 25th anniversary.
Something new and specific to Disneyland Paris; a 10k and half-marathon challenge. This medal was revealed a while ago and shows the Fairy Godmother next to a pumpkin and 10K + 21K. Of course it also shows Disneyland Paris 25.
Castle to Chateau Challenge
This challenge has the same medal as last year and shows a US and French Flag, along with the Sleeping Beauty Castle. This is the only medal that doesn’t seem to have any link to the 25th anniversary.
Tickets and more information
Tickets and more information can be found through the runDisney Disneyland Paris website.