WELCOME TO THE
BRECON CARREG CARDIFF BAY RUN
10K RACE AND 2K FAMILY FUN RUN

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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 popular spring-time race, which attracts some of the UK’s top athletes, boasts a stunning 10km course around Cardiff Bay. The race incorporates the Welsh 10 Kilometre Championships.

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.

It’s a perfect challenge for elite and club athletes as well as those looking to keep fit, raise money for charity or take on their first 10K!

Event InfoMore

Location: Roald Dahl Plass, Cardiff Bay.

Date & Time: Sunday 23rd May. 2K at 10am, 10K at 11am.

Race Pack and Number: Your race number and a race day guide will be posted to you within a week of the race.

Elite Entry: Click here for more information on Elite Place qualifying times.

Corporate Challenge: Click here to find out more about our Corporate Packages.

Wheelchairs & Buggies: Entry is open to wheelchairs in both the 10k and Family Fun Run. Buggies are permitted in the Fun Run only.

Travel Advice & Road Closures: Click here for information on traveling and parking.

What’s Included: 10K race entry includes a finishers medal, technical race t-shirt and live tracking through the Run 4 Wales app. Family Fun Run entry includes a commemorative medal.

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TWEETS More

HEALTHSPAN WALES 10K SERIES

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The race forms part of Healthspan Wales 10K Series. The four race series includes the Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Run, ABP Newport Wales 10K, Healthspan Porthcawl 10K and ABP Barry Island 10K with athletes eligible for prizes when taking part in two or more of the races.

Healthspan Multi-Event Passes are available for runners keen to register for two or more of the races in one year.

THE ROUTE

The Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Run boasts a stunning 10K course around Cardiff Bay.

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.

Check out this ariel footage from the 2018 race for a taste of what to expect!

Title Partner

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From a small cottage in the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park,
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Lead Charity

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Velindre is Wales’ premier Cancer Centre, providing care, support and treatment to cancer patients and their families. We are the major provider of radiotherapy and other specialised anti-cancer treatments in Wales.

Velindre staff work to deliver the best possible cancer services through exceptional care.

FUN

FOR THE FAMILY!

Our 2K Family Fun Run gives budding new runners and their whole family the opportunity to kick race day off in style.

There’s really no pressure to set fast times or to even run the whole race – this one is about enjoying the race day atmosphere with your family.

Fancy dress is very much encouraged!

2K Family Fun RunMore

The Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Family Fun Run gives budding athletes and families the chance to absorb the race day atmosphere.

Before the 10K action gets underway, a 2K family fun run kicks off proceedings allowing runners of all ages and abilities to get involved.

Visit Cardiff BayMore

Once an old dockland, Cardiff Bay has now turned into a vibrant waterfront spot in the city, great for entertainment, food, drink and sports!

Home to beautiful landmarks such as the Cardiff Bay Barrage, Pierhead Building, Wales Millennium Centre and the Norwegian Church, Cardiff Bay has plenty to see and do if you’re staying in the area for race weekend.