- Feb 15, 2017
If the main goal is for him to see you finish, the easiest thing is for him to take the rundisney transportation to the finish line. The will be more information about the bus times in the event guide. There is usually a small break when the race first starts but he should be able to get on a bus after the break and make it in time for you to finish.Hello! I'm registered for the half marathon- I've done 2 run Disney 10K (including the brutal April humidity one this year ha) and both were fun & I did fine with training. I've never been an athlete or runner earlier in life (34F) and am using Jeff Galloway's run/ walk method like I did for other races. Right now I'm training with 20/40 interval sometimes pushing to 25/35. My goal is to get to 30/30 interval by race time- have asthma but this seems doable with keeping heart rate ok. Does this seem like a pace that will be fine even with likely being in last corrals? Worried about getting swept but am training with Galloway's 13.1 app. Looking for reassurance/ tips. Super excited! We are staying onsite at Caribbean Beach- what is the best way for husband to cheer me on and or at least be able to watch me finish? No car so need Uber or on-site transportation and don't want him to miss me. Thanks in advance!
@jmasgat also had good spectator suggestions above but it's unlikely your partner can make it to those and the finish. It may be possible if you have park tickets and reservations for Epcot, but he'd still have to move pretty quickly to make it through the park.