Run 4 Wales (R4W) is delighted to announce the return of live events in Wales with a new date for the Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Run. The 10K and Family Fun Run will now take place on Sunday 26 September 2021.
Following the easing of restrictions on outdoor events, it is now possible to safely deliver the event this autumn, with a number of additional measures being put in place to protect the health and safety of participants, event staff, volunteers and the wider public.
The 2021 Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Run will be delivered as a ‘Breathable Event’ on Sunday 26 September – providing a great event-day experience with a focus on responsibility and safety.
A limited number of entries are now available. If you’re not already registered for the Cardiff Bay Run you can sign up here. The ABP Newport Wales Marathon & 10K will also be delivered as a Breathable Event on Sunday 24 October 2021 and a handful of spaces remain.
You can view our COVID safety guide here, detailing all the measures that will be put in place to ensure your safety and prevent the spread of Coronavirus. Runners will also be expected to take personal responsibility to help keep everyone safe.
Everyone who had registered for the 2020 Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Run will be able to run in 2021 on Sunday 26 September, but there are a number of options (detailed below) for those unable to make the new date.
We’ll remain in regular contact with those signed up between now and September as we look forward to the return of the event – sharing more details on the health and safety measures that will be in place, training hints and tips plus motivational stories about those taking part.
Race packs will begin to arrive by post in mid-September, including your race number and important final instructions. With many registering for the event over 12 months ago, we urge those already registered to check that their postage address, predicted finish time and t-shirt size information is correct. Please login even if your information has not changed and tick the question box to indicate you have reviewed it – you’ll find instructions on how to do so below.
Please note that our terms and conditions have been updated to reflect the level of personal responsibility now expected of our event participants. You must only attend the event if you agree to these updated terms which now include a responsibility to only attend if you do not pose a risk to the health of others. Your attendance at the event implies your agreement to these updated terms.
We thank you for your understanding and cooperation throughout the disruption caused by the pandemic and look forward to delivering a safe and memorable event for you this autumn.
If you have any queries regarding this announcement, or the postponement options available to you – please read the FAQs below or get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will also find information on some entry offers available to all runners impacted by the postponement.
With best wishes,
Run 4 Wales
There are a number of options available to runners who were registered for the Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Run who are unable to attend the new date on Sunday 26 September 2021.
Select your entry type below to view options, which will differ depending on your entry type. If you’re not sure which entry type you have, you can login to the ACTIVE MyEvents Portal to check.
R4W Virtual 10K Entry Offer
The R4W Virtual 10K is an exciting new addition to the Healthspan Wales 10K Series, which already includes live events in Porthcawl, Barry Island, Newport and Cardiff Bay.
Entry for the virtual 10K costs just £10 and includes a unique finishers medal, which will match those given out at upcoming live events in Cardiff Bay & Newport, which when combined form a matching set – perfect for those planning to run more than one race and collect a worthy memento.
You can run the R4W Virtual 10K anytime between 1 September and the end of 2021, to test your fitness between live events or to give yourself some training motivation later in the year as the winter weather arrives.
Your continued support is important to us, so we are offering all of those impacted by the Cardiff Bay Run postponement a 20% discount off the cost of a R4W Virtual 10K entry.
Details on how to claim this entry offer can be found in the e-mail sent to all registered runners about the new date announcement.
Below you can find answers to a number of frequently asked questions relating to the postponement and your available options. Please read these carefully as we have tried to set out responses to as many topics as we can foresee arising as possible.
If you cannot find a response in our FAQs please contact us by email but be aware that we are currently experiencing a high volume of queries and it will take us a little longer than usual to get back to you. We thank you for your understanding and patience.
Active Nation Challenge
Why not kick start your training for the new 10K date by getting involved with the Active Nation Challenge this weekend?
This free-to-enter virtual challenge has been launched in response to shocking inactivity levels in Wales and is encouraging as many people as possible to walk, jog, push or run one mile between 6-8 August to help us prove that Wales can be an active nation!
Pledge to be a part of our Active Nation; help make ours a happier, healthier Wales, see your name added to the All-Wales leaderboard and claim discounts on sportswear, nutrition or training products.
Find out more or get signed up for free by clicking below.