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2020 Cardiff Cross Challenge Cancelled

It is with a heavy heart that we have taken the decision to cancel this year’s edition of the Cardiff Cross Challenge.  With Welsh Government restrictions still in place limiting the number of participants in any organised outdoor activity, the Cardiff Cross Challenge is currently not deemed viable as an event and would not represent a fair … Continued

Smile! you are on camera!

We’d just like to let you know that whilst you’re ‘enjoying’ running what will no doubt be a #muddybrilliant race this Saturday, you may be being filmed. We’ve teamed up with Aerial Photography Wales to capture some drone and ground footage of what promises to be a fantastic day of competition. So, keep an eye … Continued

Only 5 days to go!

500 runners have booked their place in Saturday’s Cardiff Cross Challenge to kick off their Cross Country season in style. There’s a strong home contingent of Welsh athletes who’ll hope to make home advantage count. Charlie Hulson (Liverpool) will look to defend his title from last year fresh from a big sub -65 minute PB … Continued

Nesbitt and Arter up for the Challenge

Charlotte Arter and Jenny Nesbitt (Coach: Chris Jones) are looking for another great start to their cross country seasons in Cardiff on 12th October. Charlotte, winner at Liverpool last season, and first Brit home in Tilburg as part of the Silver medal-winning senior women’s team said: “I really enjoy the challenge of cross country, I … Continued

Entries are open!

The track season may still be going, but it’s only 65 days until we open up the British Cross Challenge Series here in Cardiff. Our popular course remains unchanged for 2019, and will once again include the log jump. We look forward to welcoming the UK’s top endurance runners to Llandaf fields again to run … Continued

Welsh team Burgos selection up for grabs at Cardiff

Welsh Athletics will use the Cardiff Cross Challenge to make it’s selections for Cross de Atapuerca, Burgos – 11th November 2018. The Cross de Atapuerca International is classified as an International Overseas Fixture. Up to four senior men and up to four senior women will be selected based on performance at the Cardiff XC event, taking … Continued

European stars heading to Cardiff

Less than a week after the roads of Cardiff play host to the Commonwealth Half Marathon, one of the cities iconic parks, Llandaff Fields, will see top level athletes from across Europe take on the season opening cross country race. Sophia Duarte and Imana Truyer have been announced for the Cardiff Cross Challenge on October … Continued