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Introducing the new Anglesey 10km

by Press Release
Monday 5th December 2016
 
 
One of Wales’ most popular running events, the Jones Crisps Anglesey Half Marathon will have a new 10km distance in 2017.
 
Taking place on Sunday 5th March, the Anglesey Half Marathon attracts thousands of runners from across the UK and beyond.
 
The route, which starts on the world famous Menai Suspension bridge, features everything that makes the half marathon ‘one of the world’s most beautiful races’. Runners will race on closed roads, against the backdrop of the Snowdonia National Park, through the town of Menai Bridge and out towards Beaumaris, before turning back to the finish line in the centre of Menai. 
 
Famed for its fast, undulating course and incredibly welcoming atmosphere, the Anglesey 10km is the perfect race to start your running calendar, offering the chance to get an early season personal best, or as an entry point into running events.
 
Marketing manager, Adam Lemalle said: “The Anglesey 10km is the perfect entry point into running races. The distance offers perfect early season training for elite athletes and equally, the undulating course offers an excellent entry point into running events for people making good on their New Year's resolution!”
 
The price of the Anglesey 10km is £19.99. This includes full chip timing, free T-shirt, finishers medal and refreshments at the finish line.
 
Also taking place on the day is the hugely well attended ‘Dragon Dash’ race which saw over 300 local children run in 2016.
 
Entries for the Anglesey 10km open on Friday 30th December. For more information, visit angleseyhalfmarathon.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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