Our charity spaces for this event have sold out but if you're already taking part then why not choose to run for us? Click here to find out more.
The Celtic Ultra is a 32 mile linear route from Margam to Dare Valley County Park. The Celtic Trail 20 Race is a 20 mile linear route from Afon Argoed Forest to Dare Valley County Park. The Celtic Trail Half Marathon is a 13 mile linear route from Resolven to Dare Valley Park. Click here to find out more.
We're stepping up our involvement with this fantastic event by taking 100 charity places for 2020 (event now postponed to 27 March 2022) which are sold out. Our free spaces are being offered in return for raising £300 in sponsorship and we'll provide you with lots of support in the lead up to and on the day of the event! Including free pizza as standard :) Click here to find out more about our charity spaces.
The Ultra route follows the Wales Coastal Path, almost entirely on trail. It hugs the clifftop passing numerous hidden and rugged bays all the way to the splendid beach side resort of Ogmore-by-sea.
The 18.5 mile race starts at 10.30 at in the shadow of the viaduct at Porthkerry Park, Barry, joining the Ultra route on the seashore at Porthkerry.
The 10 mile route starts at 10.30 and joins both the 32 and 18 mile routes as they pass across Llantwit beach. Click here to find out more.
Set in the heart of Cardiff’s historic Bay, the Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Run is a flat, fast and friendly event for all ages and abilities. The route takes in all of Cardiff Bay’s most iconic landmarks, starting and finishing in Roald Dahl Plass and passing the Wales Millennium Centre, Mermaid Quay, the Pierhead Building, Senedd, Porth Teigr and the Cardiff Bay Barrage. Click here to find out more
A single stage foot-race of 200km, with 5445m height gain, and a 44 hour cut-off. The route starts in Machynlleth, an historic town that was once the administrative capital of Wales, a spectacular route along National Trails, peaceful rivers, remote hills, mountains and villages. Click here to find out more.
The Healthspan Porthcawl 10K will take place on closed-roads, taking in a number of landmarks and stunning seaside spots including Rest Bay, Trecco Bay, Coney Bay, the picturesque town centre, historic Grand Pavillion and the iconic Porthcawl Lighthouse. Click here to find out more.
Sun, sea, and sand provide the backdrop to the Barry Island 10K – which brings a summertime festival of running to the popular seaside resort with a 10K race and family fun run. A firm favourite with runners – renowned for it’s varied and scenic route, unbeatable crowd support and feel-good atmosphere. Click here to view our charity spaces.
This race route is fun, flat and fast – perfect for setting a personal best. Starting and finishing in the heart of Cardiff’s historic Civic Centre, our 10K route takes runners past some of Cardiff’s iconic landmarks including: Cardiff City Hall, The National Museum of Wales, Cardiff Castle, The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and both Principality and Swalec stadium. Click here to find out more about our charity spaces.
Discover the only fully closed road marathon in Wales. Set in the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park it's a stunning event culminating in our famous red carpet finish. Sign Up
The run starts and finishes at the Queensway Stadium in Wrexham and features fast 20 mile & 10 mile courses. Routes are run on paths/pavements and country lanes. All routes have great PB potential! Sign Up
Ring O' Fire is a coastal ultra marathon which takes runners on an extraordinary 135 mile journey around the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. The epic foot race is staged over three consecutive days and follows the rugged and spectacular Anglesey Coastal Path. Sign Up
London's central half marathon through Westminster and the City.
The event is not your average half marathon! From cultural landmarks and heritage to the city's quirky and hidden secrets, runner get to explore the capital on a route like no other!
The race starts by The Strand, finishes by Downing Street and has fabulous views of London’s most iconic landmarks including Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, Nelson’s Column, the Gherkin, the Shard, the Tower of London and the London Eye. Click here to find out more.
There are also lots of great running events you can take part in all over the UK and overseas. Visit Runners World for a full list
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