Disneyland Half Marathon after she was outed as an elite $600-an-hour escort.
The 44-year-old married mother-of-one ran in what Disney calls the 'Happiest Race on Earth' last August.
But since she admitted to her secret side job, the company decided the three-time U.S. Olympian had no place at the 'family-friendly' event.
Olympic track star Suzy Favor-Hamilton has been stripped of her invitation to the annual The news will come as a blow to Favor-Hamilton, who tweeted how much she enjoyed taking part in this year's race.
'Had a fabulous time at the Disneyland Half-Marathon this weekend!' she wrote on September 3. 'Met so many fabulous people :).'
As well as preventing her from competing in the half marathon, Disney bosses have banned her from all their Disney sporting events, according to the New York Daily News.
The runner, who never won an Olympic medal, was publicity exposed on Thursday as an elite call girl and revealed that her husband knew about her double life and tried to put an end to it.
Favor-Hamilton has been working with one of Las Vegas' top agencies to book 'dates' across cities including Las Vegas, Chicago and Houston.
Despite using the name 'Kelly Lundy' as she advertised her services through Haley Heston's Private Collection, her double life has been revealed after she told clients about her real identity, believing there was an unwritten rule they would not speak out.
But now at least one of these clients has contacted The Smoking Gun, which in turn has revealed the details of Favor-Hamilton's clandestine career, which she now calls a 'huge mistake.' Soon after the story appeared online, instantly sparking a furor in the media, Favor-Hamilton took to Twitter to offer her 3,183 followers her side of the story.
In one missive, the 44-year-old mother explained that she was initially drawn to escorting ‘because it provided many coping mechanisms for me when I was going through a very challenging time with my marriage and my life.
'It provided an escape from a life that I was struggling in. It was a double life,' she wrote.
'I take full responsibility for my mistakes,' she said, the Smoking Gun reported. 'I'm not the victim and I'm not going that route. I'm owning up to what I did. I would not blame anybody except myself.'
She added: 'Everybody in this world makes mistakes. I made a huge mistake. Huge.'
On Thursday, she tweeted: 'I do not expect people to understand, but the reasons for doing this made sense to me at the time and were very much related to depression.
'I cannot emphasize enough how sorry I am to anyone I have hurt as a result of my actions and greatly appreciate the support from family and those closest to me. I fully intend to make amends and get back to being a good mother, wife, daughter, and friend.'
In one July 2012 review, a client wrote: 'She is worth every penny. I will go bankrupt before I stop seeing her. I hope no one else goes to see her, because I want her all to myself.'
And clients are happy with her services, allowing her to be named as The Erotic Review's third-ranked 'provider' in Las Vegas earlier this month.