The 21st edition of the Principality Cardiff Half Marathon will take place on 6 October in 2024.
Cardiff is a part of the SuperHalfs which includes races in Lisbon, Prague, Berlin, Copenhagen and Valencia. Finishing the race will earn you a stamp in your SuperPassport and count towards completing the series.
*Please note a small non-refundable booking fee is charged on top of your registration fee by our online registration platform. This is clearly broken down/itemised at the checkout page before payment.
Run for Charity
Charity is at the heart of the Cardiff Half – where many will be raising money for fantastic good causes. Knowing your run has helped others gives a huge boost to the satisfaction you’ll feel on finishing the race – and keep you motivated during your training.
We encourage runners to fundraise for our Lead Charity Partner the NSPCC, or one of our Associate Charity Partners – but it’s up to you! #TeamNSPCC runners will receive a personalised training plan, training day with expert coaches, a Facebook community to share training tips and experiences with and post-race reception! You can register to run for the NSPCC for just £10 when pledging to raise £300.
Alzheimer’s Society, Cancer Research Wales and Mind are our Associate Charity Partners and offer a reduced entry fee amongst a number of benefits in return for a race space.
A full list of our official charities can be seen by selecting ‘View All Charities’ below. You can also use your own space and opt to use it to run for charity.
If you are interested in taking on the SuperHalfs Series, don’t forget to create a free passport and insert your passport number when registering for the race!
SuperHalfs charity entries are also available for those looking to fundraise as part of their journey.
If you have already purchased a SuperHalfs SuperVoucher or Charity Space and have been given a code/token to redeem an entry in the Cardiff Half you will find instructions on how to do so by clicking ‘redeem a SuperHalfs entry code’ below.
Access to helpful training advice and support via the event website and e-newsletters.
Access to the event facilities, including toilets.
Course entertainment and live music across the route.
Water and nutritional products available at energy stations along the route.
Use of the Run 4 Wales app to live track your performance.
A finish time SMS at the end of the race (if you have submitted your mobile number).
Access to Event Village with retailers, street food and live entertainment.
Predicted finish time pacers in every start wave.
Change your details and transfer your entry
If you would like to make changes to your registration (address, predicted time, t-shirt size etc) or if you are no longer able to run and you would like to transfer it to somebody else, you have until the advertised transfer deadline to make changes.
Full details can be found by clicking below or checking your confirmation email.
The registration deadline is Thursday 12 September at midnight. Those who have obtained a space via a charity, corporate package or sponsor must register ahead of the registration deadline or they will be unable to participate in the event.