TAMPA, Fla. (FOX 13) - Susan Glickman has logged 655 miles at the happiest place on earth and she isn't stopping anytime soon.
"It is a race like none other," she said.
The Tampa woman has run in every single Disney Marathon since the first one in 1994. She isn't the only one; 75 other runners have completed all 25 of them to date.
"For the 25th, all of us have had our race fees comped from this point forward," Glickman recalled. "As long as we stay in the club, our cost of entry is now waived."
Disney has also retired Glickman's original bib number after the 15th anniversary of the race.
"My permanent number now is number 159," she said. "That's another Disney perk is we always get placement in corral A."
And in this race, timing isn't everything. Glickman's best time at Disney is 4:08. That includes the stops she may take en route to finishing the 26.2 miles around the Disney parks.
"Around the Animal Kingdom, they have animals, like literally, they will have a warthog or an owl or something that you can pet along the way!"
Glickman has kept every bib and medal from all the races she's run so far: 68 total, including 25 from the Disney marathons.
She's one of 76 who have maintained a perfect record at the house of Mickey Mouse.
"I'm so proud to be part of it and I'm humbled by it," she said. "Literally, Jeff Galloway who's an Olympian, is part of this group. It's like, my name and Jeff's name are literally on the same board for one day!"
In no other place -- but the happiest 'race' on earth -- could she join such elite company.
The 26th running of the Disney Marathon takes place Sunday morning.