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  • Hi Lori - My obsessive desire to plan every minute of race day is on display here. If I told Disney I have an expected finish time of 2:30 for the Princess Half - do you have a guess for a possible coral placement? Thanks for your help! SOO excited!!
  • - Asked by Jennifer from Michigan on 12/28/2013
  • Hi Jennifer!

    I completely understand your desire to plan!  In fact, I think all of us here on the Moms Panel understand and even admire it:)

    The corral assignments for the Princess Half Marathon have not been released yet, but I can give you an estimate based on the upcoming Walt Disney World Half Marathon corrals.  There are a similar number of runners in both races, so it should be close to the same.

    For the half in January, runners that entered proof-of-times around 2:30 would be placed in or around Corrals G and H. 

    RunDisney has been tweaking their corral placements over the last few races.  They have added more corrals in order to spread runners out and to have the runners in each corral be closer in pace to each other.

    Again, this is just a guess on my part.  The official corrals should be out in a few weeks.

    I hope this helps!  Please let me know if you have any other questions. 
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