A group of runners from Carmarthen are getting ready to take part in the prestigious Cardiff World Half Marathon on Saturday 26th March.
The event is special because it is the first time the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships have been held in the UK since 2009 – when Birmingham hosted the event. The fact that the race is once again coming to the UK is huge because it means that some of the world’s top athletes will be on our doorstep. It also means that budding runners can test their skills against the likes of Mo Farrah.
Cerebra are very proud to have a group of seven runners taking part in the event in order to raise money for the charity.
Neil Lightfoot, Jorge Collings, Ben Horne, Emyr Evans, Jacob Booth, Aimee Booth and Nick Bates will all be dusting off their running shoes and hoping to make it around the 13 mile course – all while raising money for Cerebra.
Ben said: “When I heard that Cerebra needed representation for the Cardiff half Marathon in March, I felt some personal responsibility to answer the call. I’m not a dedicated runner, but I’m ready, willing and able, and I’m already preparing for this race. I’m going to run simply to represent Cerebra and support their work.”
If you would like to sponsor one of our runners, you can do so by clicking on one of their names above or you can donate on our website or by texting CERE12 and the amount you want to donate to 70070.