Curham crossed the finish line with a time of 1:20:16.
“It’s just so much fun,’’ Curham said. “I think what’s been really neat is that all four of those years the course has been a little bit different. So, it’s always something a little bit unique. You never really know what you’re going to get.’’
Ian Bordelon of Orlando was the race’s overall winner, crossing the finish line in 1:13:42.
“I was out there trying to run as fast as possible,’’ said Bordelon. “Even when I saw that I had a pretty decent cushion, I was still pushing, trying to run as fast as I could today and racing (against) the clock.’’
On Sunday, Stephanie Grosso of Illinois defied the odds and after two years removed from open heart surgery, Grosso not only completed the 2022 Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon on Sunday, she ran the 5K and 10K in addition to the half marathon this weekend at Disney - a total of 22.4 miles.
Grosso plans to run every runDisney race this season, which would mean 13 total races and nearly 113 miles.
UPDATE: A message from Pele indicates he is staying “calm and positive” in the wake of reports he’s in the end-stages of life. Pete said watching Brazil at the World Cup and messages of support have given him “energy.” His hospital issued a statement saying he is “stable” and still getting treatment, but did not […]
Tyson Fury retained his World Boxing Council heavyweight title with a decisive stoppage win over British rival Derek Chisora on Saturday before setting his sights on a blockbuster unification bout against Oleksandr Usyk.