Winners of the Fifth Annual Disneyland Half Marathon

Heather Hust Rivera

by , Vice President, Consumer Products

Disneyland Half Marathon

Congratulations to the champions!

Here they are – the winner of the men’s, women’s and wheelchair divisions of the Disneyland Half Marathon. They received their medals Sunday after the race.

Paul Ngeny Finishes the Disneyland Half Marathon

Paul Ngeny, 31, of Auburn, Calif., led a record field of more than 14,000 runners at the fifth annual Disneyland Half Marathon, crossing the finish line first with a time of 1:07:24, beating the fastest Disneyland Half Marathon time by 41 seconds.

Rachel Booth Finishes the Disneyland Half Marathon

Rachel Booth, 29, of Mountain View, Calif., claimed the title of 2010 women’s champion with a time of 1:15:19, beating the fastest women’s finisher time in the history of the Disneyland Half Marathon by 00:04:04. Booth, who performed better than she expected, finished just 18 seconds off of an Olympic trial qualifier time.

Scott Parson Finishes the Disneyland Half Marathon

Scott Parson, 51 of San Jose, Calif., (00:56:46), was the male wheelchair winner and Sandi Rush, 49, of Oceanside, Calif., (1:15:32), won the women’s wheelchair division.

The 2011 Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend is scheduled for Sept. 2-4, 2011. Registration for the half marathon is scheduled to open on Jan. 3, 2011.

Please join me in congratulating these athletes!


  • I also ran the Disneyland Half Marathon on Sunday. My first race ever! It was so mucg fun, I plan to run it again next year. Thank you Disney for a great race!

  • It was so cool volunteering for this event. 5 shifts and 28 hours later I see how great these runners did. Whether they came in first or last they are spectacular individuals. The oldest runner was 83 years old! Way to go runners! Hope to see you all next year!

  • We were so touched by the racers and passersby when we came across some racers at the end who walked the route. You can see they were very tired and pushing for some energy.They were almost at the end and people stopped on the streets to cheer them on and give them high fives. It was so awesome to see!!!

  • It was my first time running as well! I had the fortune of running beside my wife and experiencing this wonderful event with her. We had a great time together and plan on doing it for as many years to come as we can!

  • I ran the Disney Half Marathon yesterday for the 1st time (my first half marathon) and had a blast!!! An expierience I will never forget!! I will be there next year!!! Too fun!

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