2020 Cardiff Bay Run Postponed Into 2021

Dear Runners,

We have been closely monitoring the situation surrounding the Coronavirus outbreak and guidance issued by the Welsh and UK Government’s, whilst making arrangements to deliver a COVID secure event on Sunday 15 November.

We have watched with optimism over the summer months as lockdown restrictions have eased and more recently, as a number of successful pilots across the UK have demonstrated that it is possible to safely deliver mass participation events.

It is now clear however, that against a backdrop of rising cases, local lockdowns and the reimposition of some restrictions that it will not be possible to deliver an event of this scale within current Welsh Government guidelines and the Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Run will need to be postponed to ensure the safety of all participants.

The 2020 edition, which was originally set to take place on 29 March 2020 before being postponed until November at the start of the pandemic, will now take place on Sunday 23 May 2021.

We know that many of you will have been training hard, or looking forward to attending a mass participation event in Wales after witnessing the successful return of road running in other parts of the UK, but we respect the cautious approach of the Welsh Government and look forward to working with them as we continue to plan towards a safe return of events over the coming months.

Runner Options

There are a number of options available to runners who were registered for the Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay on Sunday 15 November (initially scheduled for 29 March 2020).

Every runner with a place will be able to use it in the rescheduled event on Sunday 23 May 2021. There are also a number of additional options available depending on the type of entry you have.

If you are registered, you should have received an email today with more details on the options available to you. If you’re yet to receive an email, please check your junk mail or click below for details on the various options and how to proceed with your preferred one.

You can check if you are registered or the type of entry you have by logging into the MyEvents portal using the email address and password you created when signing up.

Options will differ depending on the type of entry you have:

  • Individual Entry (General, Affiliated, Multi Event Pass or 2K Family Fun Run)
  • Charity Entry (Registering via a partner charity)
  • Corporate, Sponsor or Discount Code Entry

Select your entry type below to view your options:

INDIVIDUAL ENTRY >

CHARITY ENTRY >

CORPORATE, SPONSOR OR DISCOUNT CODE >

We understand and share your disappointment with this outcome but thank you for your understanding in these difficult and unprecedented circumstances.

Postponement FAQs

Below, you can find answers to a number of Frequently Asked Questions relating to the available options and postponement.

Your continued support is important to us so, we are offering all of those impacted by the postponement a £10 discount off the cost of a R4W Membership for 2021 (full price £60).

Members can enjoy discounted race entries, ‘fast track’ privileges on event day, free and priority access to a series of virtual events, discount on sportswear, nutrition, and access to exclusive digital content. You can claim this preferential discount by registering here by 31 December 2020 and inputting the discount code CBR-10-2020 at the checkout.

The Run 4 Wales office remains closed because of the Coronavirus lockdown and a reduced staff team are working hard to respond to queries from home. Please read the FAQs carefully before getting in touch as we have tried to set out responses to as many topics we can foresee arising as possible.

POSTPONEMENT FAQS >

If you cannot find a response to your question in our FAQs, please contact us by email but be aware that it will take us a little longer than usual to respond. We will get back to you as soon as we can and thank you for understanding and patience in these difficult circumstances: cardiffbay@run4wales.org

Our thoughts remain with those directly impacted by COVID-19.

With best wishes,

Run 4 Wales