Category Archives: 10K

Podcast Episode 24 – Princess Half Marathon Weekend Review

2016 Princess Half Marathon Weekend Review

Chris, Brittany and Caryn are joined by Team Shenanigans member Donna Quackenbush for a????2016 Princess Half Marathon Weekend Review. Before we talk about the race weekend, we get caught up on a news story we didn’t have time for last week – 10 runners who were DQd after getting bad on-course directions from a volunteer. We discuss the fights that… Read more »

Podcast Episode 18 – 2016 WDW Marathon Weekend Review

Team Shenanigans at the finish of the 2016 Walt Disney World Marathon

Chris, Mark, Caryn, Brittany & Kenny recap the 2016 WDW Marathon Weekend. We had a great time running with and seeing friends all weekend. We celebrate the accomplishments of so many first time half and full marathoners. While the race courses themselves can be frustrating at times, the experience of running with friends made it all worthwhile. Please SUBSCRIBE, RATE… Read more »

Podcast Episode 17 – Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend Preview

Team Shenanigans Podcast - the running podcast that puts fun in your run

We welcome back to the show Mike Rahlmann, host of Be Our Guest Podcast and Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend veteran, as we provide a preview of what to expect for new and experienced runners, including tips for: buying??the hard-to-get runDisney New Balance shoes how to save money on race photos taking your time at??the 5K how to get through… Read more »

Race Recap: 2015 Disneyland Half Marathon in Pictures

Julia Locus   September 29, 2015   No Comments on Race Recap: 2015 Disneyland Half Marathon in Pictures            
Group shot in front of the castle

Julia and Donna had the wonderful opportunity to experience the 2015 Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend together. ??They started to think about how they could express everything in words – but you know what they say, “a picture is worth a thousand words!” ??So they figured that saying it in pictures just may be the better option. ??Take a look at… Read more »

Running in Costume Yay or Nay? I say YAY!

Donna Quackenbush   September 23, 2015   No Comments on Running in Costume Yay or Nay? I say YAY!            
Costumes are fun!!

Since I’ve started running, the concept of running in costume has really evolved and now has basically taken on a life of its own. My first big race was the 2005 Walt Disney World Half Marathon, and I honestly can’t remember what I wore (I swore I’d never run again!), but I do know there was no costume involved whatsoever…. Read more »

Race Recap: Beach to Beacon 10K

Laura Bailey   August 24, 2015   No Comments on Race Recap: Beach to Beacon 10K            
B2B Logo

The??TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race??has long been a very quick sell out. For participants, just getting into the race is a test of will and internet connectivity endurance. This year the race sold out in just over four minutes, which is just barely enough time to fill out the??registration information and hold your breath for about 60 seconds… Read more »

How I Found My People

Donna Quackenbush   July 24, 2015   10 Comments on How I Found My People            
"My People"... I found them

I’m a runner, I like to think I’m a fun person and I completely??LOVE Disney. ??I don’t really find these traits to be totally uncommon, yet trying to find others who had those same qualities was proving to be a difficult task for me. ??I could find people who were fun – but not runners. ??I could find runners, but… Read more »

Race Recap: Oakley Mini 10K

Caryn Vita   July 21, 2015   No Comments on Race Recap: Oakley Mini 10K            

On Saturday, June 13, I joined 7,784 other women in running the 43rd annual Oakley Mini 10K, the world’s oldest women-only road race. It was??started in 1972 by Nina Kuscsik and Katherine Switzer along with Fred Lebow. 78 women ran it. It was a common misconception at the time that women weren???t able to run very??far so a more manageable… Read more »

Race Recap: L.L. Bean 4th of July 10K

Laura Bailey   July 19, 2015   No Comments on Race Recap: L.L. Bean 4th of July 10K            
LL Bean Bootmobile

For most families, the 4th of July is traditionally the day for cookouts, boating and fireworks. But like many runners, I??prefer to take a different approach to the holiday. A few weeks ago, I decided that it would be great to start our??weekend off with a road race.??Okay, so I didn’t randomly decide to get out of bed on a… Read more »