Other Run 4 Wales Events

Run 4 Wales, the team behind the Cardiff University/Cardiff Half Marathon deliver a number of events.

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BRECON CARREG CARDIFF BAY RUN

10k & 2k Family Fun Run – 25th March 2018

Set in the heart of Cardiff’s historic Bay, the Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Run is a fast, flat and friendly event for all ages and abilities. Previously known as the Cardiff Bay 5 Mile, the race returned in 2017 with a little makeover and stunning new 10km course with a sell-out 6500 runners.

The route takes in all of Cardiff Bay’s most iconic landmarks, starting and finish in Roald Dahl Plass, passing the Wales Millennium Centre, Mermaid Quay, the Pierhead Building, Senedd, Porth Teigr and the Cardiff Bay Barrage.

Sign Up: SOLD OUT

Website: www.cardiffbayrun.co.uk

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ABP NEWPORT WALES MARATHON

Marathon – 29th April 2018

The ABP Newport Wales Marathon will finally satisfy the demand for a premier marathon distance event in Wales, made possible by the support of Associated British Ports, Newport City Council and the Welsh Government.

The route will be one of the UK’s flattest and fastest marathon courses – taking in a host of iconic landmarks, picturesque medieval villages and Newport’s recently regenerated city-centre.

Sign Up: SOLD OUT

Website: www.newportwalesmarathon.co.uk

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ABP NEWPORT WALES 10K

10K- Sunday 29th April 2018

The ABP Newport Wales 10K gives runners of all abilities the opportunity to get involved with one of Wales’ biggest weekends of running – without taking on the full 26.2 mile distance.

The flat and fast route takes in the east of the City and some of Newport’s most iconic landmarks – including the recently regenerated city-centre.

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Website: www.newportwalesmarathon.co.uk

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ROYAL WELSH TRAIL RUNNING FESTIVAL

10k, Half Marathon & Family Fun Run – Saturday 19th May 2018

The Royal Welsh Trail Running Festival is a half marathon, 10k and 3k family trail running event incorporated into the Royal Welsh Spring Festival – with it’s action packed programme of entertainment, food and drink, tradestands and much more.

Located in the heart of mid-Wales, the tough but scenic half marathon & 10km courses cover trails and tracks in the valley, woodlands and farm land overlooking the iconic Royal Welsh Showground in Builth Wells.

Sign Up: Click Here

Website: www.rwtrailrunningfestival.co.uk

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VELOTHON WALES

Closed Road Cycling Sportive – Sunday 8th July 2018

VELOTHON Wales offers cycling enthusiasts the unique opportunity to race through the stunning scenery of South Wales on traffic-free closed roads. With a number of routes on offer, there’s something for every level of fitness or ambition – for seasoned sportive readers, charity fundraisers or new cyclists looking to experience closed-road cycling for the first time.

The event starts and finishes in the heart of Cardiff, but also takes in Newport, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire and Torfaen.

Register Now: Click Here

Website: www.velothon.com/wales

BRECON CARREG BARRY ISLAND 10K

10k & Family Fun Run – 5th August 2018

Sun, sea and sand provide the backdrop to the Brecon Carreg Barry Island 10K – a brand new festival of running in the popular seaside resort.

The race takes place on fully closed roads, taking in all of the town’s most scenic seaside spots – including Whitmore Bay, Romilly Park, The Knapp and Watch House Bay.

Register Now: Click Here

Website: www.barryisland10K.co.uk

RUN 4 WALES 10K SERIES

March, April and August 2018

The Run 4 Wales 10K Series is made up of three races – the Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Run, ABP Newport Wales 10K and Brecon Carreg Barry Island 10K.

A limited number of season tickets are available for runners wishing to enter all three races, priced at just £59 (a £10 overall saving).

Register Now: Click Here

 

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