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Cardiff 10k 2018

2 septiembre 2018

Thousand of runners packed Cardiff streets on 2nd September for the city's iconic 10k, which we were delighted to support.

Over 8,000 people participated in the run which was the city's flattest 10K to date, with many participants recording personal best times. 

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The race was won by Dewi Griffiths from Swansea Harriers who crossed the finish line in 29 minutes, 11 seconds. Dewi said: "I had a great win in the Cardiff 10K last year, and although I'm not in the same shape now as I was then, I had a good time today winning the race. I always enjoy running the routes in Cardiff."

The new course also led to a quick wheelchair race and this year the wheelchair 10K was won by Richie Powell from Tredegar who finished the race in 29 minutes, 13 seconds.

Many of this year's entrants had a personal connection to the Kidney Wales cause, whether they were running for a family member or friend, had donated a kidney or were given a kidney themselves - everyone came together to unite for the Kidney Wales cause.

Thanks to the runners, thousands of pounds were raised for Kidney Wales, which will support core activities for the charity, such as investing in new services, facilities and equipment, as well as the charity's Can Do Project, a scheme that supports young adults living with kidney disease in Wales.

Congratulations to all the runners that took part in the race, we hope you had a great day and enjoyed your LoSalt samples in your goody bags!

Cardiff 10k 2018