Cardiff Half Marathon

Charity spaces to run for Cancer Research Wales are now full

Charity spaces to run for Cancer Research Wales are now full

Runners wanting to run this year’s Principality Cardiff Half Marathon on behalf of Cancer Research Wales have now filled all of the charity’s spaces. This means there will be a 500 strong team of Cancer Research Wales runners taking to the streets of Cardiff on Sunday 6 October to embark on their fundraising mission. While...

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Man’s mental health mission for run clubs

A man who is running the Principality Cardiff Half Marathon this October as part of the SuperHalfs Series, is on a mission to get mental health champions in running clubs. After experiencing a dark period three years ago, Andy Ball, says he was only...

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Mind charity spaces sell out in record speed

Runners have snapped up all the spaces to run for Mind at this year’s Principality Cardiff Half Marathon. With six months to go until race day, all 500 of Mind’s race entries have been filled – a record time for one of the event’s...

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Record breaking sell out for NSPCC charity spaces

Fundraisers looking to run this year’s Principality Cardiff Half Marathon to raise money for NSPCC Cymru have filled all the charity’s spaces. The children’s charity has been the event’s lead charity partner since 2018, raising more than £650,000 through its team of dedicated runners....

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New prizes for our junior races

Winners of Run 4 Wales’ junior races will get to mark their achievement in an extra special way this year. Young athletes who come first, second or third in our Future Challengers events will receive a commemorative ribbon hanger to add to their medal,...

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Fundraise and get rewarded 

Runners who are taking on the Principality Cardiff Half Marathon to raise money for the event’s Lead and Associate Charity Partners will be rewarded for their efforts.  Those fundraising for the NSPCC or one of the Associate Charity Partners – Mind, Alzheimer’s Society or...

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