It’s that time again. Another Disney race is happening this weekend. I went to Disney for Packet pickup and the Health Expo on Thursday.
They were already setting out the Finish line. So excited about this weekends race. I’m doing the Infinity Gauntlet Challenge (10k and half)
The line wasn’t too bad on Thursday. Waiting in the official merchandise line.
In the official merchandise section you had so much options from jackets, shirts, caps, sports bras (that was random), glasses, water bottles, and ornaments. I love the RunDisney tennis shoe ornament, picked that one up. Slightly disappointed they had no pins for the Challenge and the 10k. They only had the half marathon pins.
And the Dooney and Burke bags had a great design. I didn’t get any, but really was tempted. The smaller one was $188 while the backback was over $300.
After merchadise I picked up my shirts. They have a nice design this year. I especially love the 10k one with the Captain Anerica Shield.
I wandered through the expo. You’ll find a lot of great stuff from running shirts, to geektastic head phones to medal sport hooks to display your medals and more. I love SportHooks, I have one of their displays and picked up an extender cause the medals are over flowing now.
Along with cool merchadise there were tons of photo opportunities and a cool video shoot of you becoming Ant Man.
I wore my Black Widow jacket from Hot Topic just for this. Feeling pretty super.
Who else is doing the race this weekend? Anyone dressing up? I’ll be a USO girl for the 10k, maybe I’ll find Captain along the course and Captain America on Sunday. I was hoping to make a Loki costume, but didn’t have time. If you see me, say hi. Thanks for reading and just keep running.
For the innagural Avengers Half marathon last year I decided to run as Captain America. I had a blue running tank from Forever 21 and a blue sparkle skirt from Sparkle Athletics. All I needed to do was make a red and white waist cincher and sew on a white star.
I cut out a star using a star template and sewed it on by hand, trying to use an embroidery looking stitch.
As for the waist cincher, I didn’t have a pattern so I basically cut out long strips of white and red fabric. I cut out 5 pieces of white fabric and 4 pieces of red. Each piece was about 8.5 inches long and 5 inches wide. Now the bad thing was that I didn’t cut the pieces at an angle to create a waist definition. I had to improvise by cutting the last two end pieces at an angle to create the waist definition. I highly recommend if you are going to create a waist cincher use a pattern as a guide. I used velcro and sewed two snaps on the cincher, it was the easiest thing to do when you’re a beginner sewer.
Here is the final look. The bow I got at a geek craft fair, I unfortunately can not remember the vendor. Any red, white, and blue ribbons will work or you can use a Captain America helmet.
The race was great. Lots of characters were out from Thor, Hawkeye, Captain America, and Black Widow. The only down side of the race it was so windy, all the mile markers were being blown down and at one point I was running with my eyes closed on a dusty trail. I honestly wish I had decided to run with Captain’s shield, that would have been very helpful against the blustery winds. All in all though I had a great time. The medal was absolutely gorgeous and I was thrilled to add it to my collection. I look forward to running it again this year!