10th June 2014
Every year in October, thousands of runners take to the streets in Cardiff.
Half-marathons are 21 kilometres (or 13 miles) long. The Cardiff Half-Marathon has a circular route which starts at Cardiff Castle and travels through Riverside, Grangetown, Penarth, Cardiff Bay, Roath Park, Cathays and back to the city centre (it finishes at the National Museum).
If you would like to try the half-marathon, now is a good time to start training. There are just 4 months to the race! You can find very useful training plans on the internet.
The Cardiff Half-Marathon will take place on Sunday 5th October 2014.
Even if you don’t like running, it’s a good idea to go and watch the race. There promises to be a great atmosphere, and your support really helps the runners, many of which are raising money for charity.
Have a look at the official route (below) to see if it passes through your neighbourhood!
Larger image: http://www.cardiffhalfmarathon.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/CHM-Course-Map-2014.jpg
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