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Over 16,000 runners will be ‘dropping in’ to participate in The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror 10-Miler Weekend October 3-4. They’re running for pride and for fun but also for a unique opportunity to go some places guests normally don’t … Continue reading
There’s so much awesome in this video encouraging people to join the Disney Fit Challenge, the new cross-fit oriented games at ESPN WWOS, I just had to share: More details in the original March announcement.
It can’t be that hard, right? On April 25-26 Walt Disney Studios will be holding a competition to potentially award one lucky (and very skilled) amateur pitcher with $1 million to promote their latest film “Million Dollar Arm.” The premise … Continue reading
Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex has been home to many tournaments for both boys and girls for years, but they’ve never had an event devoted to the growing nationwide trend of girls participating in youth soccer. Disney Sports … Continue reading