If like me, you are becoming increasingly frustrated of being told and hearing that we are currently going through unprecedented and uncertain times, then I guess I am not alone.
With all the news around COVID-19 some of you runners may feel nervous about heading outside. We all know there’s nothing better than running with friends but it may not be right for your individual circumstances, so we’ve got some useful ideas of home workouts thanks to our training partners realbuzz.com.
With the continued and rapid spread of COVID-19 across the world, we’ve seen many events being postponed or cancelled. So, it’s with a heavy heart and utter disappointment that we’re letting you know we also have to do the same and postpone next month’s Great Welsh races.
As of today (11.03.2020) We (Front Runner Events) are continuing to closely monitor developments relating to the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
The Risk Kitchen Llanelli Half Marathon was hailed a great success after today’s event (Sunday 8th March), where almost 2,000 runners lined up at the start line from Parc Y Scarlets to take on the first race of 2020 organised by Front Runner Events.
As West Wales’ biggest road race gets closer, runners are starting to feel the excitement of the long-awaited Risk Kitchen Llanelli Half Marathon.
With the first case of Coronavirus (Covid-19) having been confirmed in Wales, we are monitoring the position in respect of a potential outbreak across the region.
marathon is a difficult challenge but running 26.2 miles or over 42km is achievable with the right training, preparation and application. Here’s a handy guide provided by our training partners at realbuzz.com that highlights some the dos and don’ts of running a marathon.
As the team at Front Runner Events gears up to host the first of their events in 2020, organisers are proud to announce their partnership with Sinclair Volkswagen & Commercial Vehicles.
Organisers of the ever-popular Risk Kitchen Llanelli Half Marathon made a commitment in 2020 to reduce their carbon footprint by implementing new measures at the event this year.