Not sure what you mean. If you do a runDisney race, and want to be in a corral towards the front, then you need to submit proof of time from another race. It's not necessary, but if you don't then you will be in the last corrals. Alternately, you can use your runDisney times for other events as the courses are typically certified. However, unless you are in the first corral or two, you may find it hard to get a PR as there are several parts of the courses that are often heavily congested. And IMHO half the point of doing a runDisney event is to have fun, see characters etc. I can do plenty of local races for way less cost to go for a PR.Did you share with disney race times from other outside races you have times from?
I'm interested in doing a rundisney challenge or race and can't decide on either the Marathon weekend in Jan. or the Princess weekend in Feb... What do you prefer?
The two events have a very different vibe. Princess (I find) tends to attract alot of women who are having a good weekend with their friends/family. I've seen alot more groups of people running together than I do at Marathon weekend. It also overlaps with several vacation weeks, so the parks/resorts tend to be busier. Marathon weekend has the good chance of still seeing some Christmas decorations up. Princess tends to sell out faster than Marathon weekend.