15 NOVEMBER 2020

A 10K race around Cardiff Bay

Update On The Postponed Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Run

As we continue to monitor the situation surrounding the coronavirus outbreak, it has become clear that the Government’s recommended restrictions to slow the spread of the virus and protect the most vulnerable, will be with us for a significant number of weeks. With this in mind, we have decided to move to the alternative date communicated last week and postpone the 2020 Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Run until Sunday 15th November.

When we announced that next week’s event would be postponed, we suggested two possible dates, June 21st or November 15th if events needed to be delayed further. As the possibility of holding the event on June 21st appears to be highly unlikely, we wanted to communicate our new confirmed date as early as possible to allow runners, spectators, volunteers and contractors as much time as possible to prepare.

You can read our original statement regarding the postponement here. This link also includes answers to a number of frequently asked questions.

Next week, we will contact all runners again with instructions on how to proceed with your preferred option, be it a transferral to the new November event date, transferring your entry to another runner, or taking up our virtual race option.

In the meantime, we’re conscious that many of our runners will be feeling more anxious or concerned about their well-being during this difficult period so we’ve compiled a list of the best resources to stay fit and safe whilst practicing good hygiene to prevent the spread of the virus:

Click HERE for WHO’s advice for the public, helping to protect yourself and the most vulnerable in our society.

Click HERE for an article looking at what you can do stay fit at home.

Click HERE for a guide to protecting your mental health.

Click HERE for some useful tips on how to work from home.

The team at Run 4 Wales appreciate your understanding and support during these unprecedented times.

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