Archive of: 2023
Following the introduction of greener initiatives at the beginning the year, we are excited to be continuing our efforts to reduce, reuse and regenerate. As a result, we have partnered with JogOn. The JogOn campaign is founded on the principle to reuse and recycle perfectly usable running shoes and reduce the number of trainers reaching landfill sites.
Today is World Mental Health Day so we’re joining the fight for mental health by raising awareness of how running and physical exercise can help.
Running has an enormous potential to enhance our wellbeing and regular participation in physical activity can assist in increasing our self-esteem and reducing stress. According to mentalhealth.org.uk physical activity can help improve the quality of life, of those who experience mental health challenges.
It can sometimes be a challenge to motivate yourself to run after the race season has ended, but it’s important you do!
Running with your dog can be a wonderful way to bond, stay active, and provide mental stimulation for both you and your furry friend! So, we have come up with a few tips to make your running sessions enjoyable and safe…
Did you know that 2 out of 4 of our events are AIMS certified?
Becoming a member of AIMS means a BIG thing! Gaining certification means that our events meet the best standards for race organisation and ensures accuracy on the course distance - helping runners achieve qualifying times for the BEST races Worldwide!
Whether you’re out for the occasional run, training for an event or it’s race day, it’s important that you’re looking after yourself when running in the heat. Summer running can be a pleasant experience however, it is important to carry out appropriate safety measures as it can also be a dangerous experience if not prepared for correctly.
Front Runner Events are proud to announce that Swansea University has signed a three-year deal to become the headline sponsor for the multi-award-winning Swansea Half Marathon.
Beyond creating SMART goals, there’s, even more, you can do to stick to your plan for progress. Try these five tips to see you through to the finish.