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The BibRave Podcast Episode 179: 15 Costumes, 1 Struggle Bus, & 26.2 Magical Miles

Hey, runners!

Episode 179 of The BibRave Podcast is here and it’s full of Disney magic. Tim, Jessica, and Andy discuss the triple costume extravaganza that took place at the Walt Disney World Marathon weekend. ✨

This week’s episode is brought to you by the Run Local San Jose 408K ‘Race To The Row’ presented by Amazon! The race will take place on February 2, 2020! You won’t want to miss the first race of five to earn the Run Local Series Star! Register today and use code “BIBRAVE2020” for 10% off!

You’ve heard our team talk about their Disney running experiences in Episode 29 and Episode 76, but this time Andy and Jessica put a completely different spin on their running plan for these magical 26.2 miles. The two of them, along with three other friends, successfully pulled off THREE total costume changes! This resulted in some epic costume reveals on-course. Hear what, when, and how it all went down on this week’s episode.

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Show Notes:

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