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Families with football players in their midst take note, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees will bring his first football academy, the Drew Brees Passing Academy and Tournament for high school players, to the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex … Continue reading
With the eventual winner collapsing on the course on one day and winning it on the next, the 2012 PGA Tour stop at Walt Disney World had all the drama of a classic underdog story. However, the Disney Classic tournament … Continue reading
It’s an annual tradition for many. Escape the cold winter temps and follow their favorite MLB baseball team to their spring training location. This year the Atlanta Braves Spring Training at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex will draw a … Continue reading
Although we’ve covered many RunDisney events here on The Disney Blog in the past, this was the first event I personally attended. I was impressed with the amount of organization and the number of volunteers required for a race like … Continue reading