5 International Half Marathons, 36 Months to Complete
The SuperHalfs – Half Marathon Series is the perfect experience for those that are sporty, adventurous and enjoy a challenge! Take part in 5 half marathons, whilst travelling across Europe and exploring the incredible cities of Lisbon, Prague, Cardiff, Valencia and Copenhagen.
We couldn’t do what we do without you – through taking part in this series and fundraising, you’re helping us to continue providing FREE mental health support and education for our Island’s young people.
Quite simply, YOUR support makes OUR support possible.
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The EDP Lisbon Half Marathon offers stunning views of Portugal’s capital. The course, which features Lisbon’s two magnificent bridges, winds through the city and finishes at the famous Mosteiro dos Jerónimos monument.
Famed for being flat and fast, the Lisbon Half Marthon held the men’s world record for the distance from 2010-2018, with thousands of runners earning their personal best there.
Prague (Czech Republic)
This race comprises a looped course of Prague, starting and finishing at Jan Palach Square with breathtaking views of Prague Castle along the way.
Runners and spectators are treated to a party atmosphere, which keeps people from all over the world coming back year after year.
With a reputation as one of the UK’s best running events, the Cardiff Half Marathon is a race that’s not to be missed.
Hordes of cheering spectators line the streets of Cardiff and Cardiff Bay as runners pass by the city’s leading attractions including Cardiff Castle.
In 2016 the event cemented its status as a globally recognised race when it played host to the World Half Marathon Championships.
A race would be nothing without its spectators, and Valencia brings them in their thousands as cheering locals come out to support a global gathering of runners. Combine that with a fast course and good weather, and it’s easy to see why this event is always a sell-out.
The Valencia Trinidad Alfonso Zurich Half Marathon is a fast course which previously held the world record from 2017.
The Copenhagen Half Marathon passes through many of the city’s famously distinct districts including Nørrebro, Frederiksberg Allé (known as the ‘Nordic Champs Elysées), Vesterbro and the Inner City.
It’s also officially the current world’s fastest half marathon, after Geoffrey Kamworor ran the 2019 event in a record-breaking 58:01.
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More ways to get involved
There’s lots of other ways you can support us whether that’s organising your own quiz, raffle or sweepstake, or taking on a physical challenge of your own in support of the mental health of our Island’s young people. Whether you choose to join one of our organised events or do your own thing, we’re here to help you get started.