3rd March 2024 9am

£tbc UKA affiliated Athletes (for runners affiliated to Welsh, England, Scotland & NI Athletics)
£tbc Unaffiliated Athletes (for runners not affiliated to an athletics club)

Late entries after 17 February will not be posted out – collect your numbers from Registration on the day between 7.45 – 8.45 from the University of South Wales Newport Campus Building. Registration is in the Dance Studio – entry is at the rear of the Building.

Last minute information regarding road closures, parking, registration etc.

What’s included in your registration fee

  • A posted race pack including race information*, running number and timing chip. (*Entries receive before 17th Feb only)
  • A bespoke, unique medal and t-shirt (to be collected upon completing the race).
  • Access to training advice and support via the event website and e-newsletters.
  • Toilets.
  • Water stations along the route.
  • Real-time results

    Terms of Participation

    1. Participants must be 17 years of age or older on the day of the event
    2. When registering all participants must agree to our full terms and conditions.
    3. Names and/or video footage or photographs taken during their participation may be used to publicise the Admiral City of Newport Half Marathon/St David’s Hospice Care or other St David’s Hospice Care events.
    4. Participant race numbers may not be passed on or sold to any other person. We offer a transfer service to all runners until the publicised transfer deadline.
    5. Registrations will close on the date publicised on the event website.
    6. Participants must not be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
    7. Participants must be fit to run and free from injury.
    8. Participants who have not completed 9 miles of the course within 3 hours may be directed along a slightly different route using pavements – but will still be allowed to complete the course.


The Admiral City of Newport Half Marathon is a licensed event run under UKA terms and conditions. This includes the ban on in-ear headphones being worn.



The wearing of headphones, or similar devices, (other than those medically prescribed), is not permitted in races on any single carriageway road that is not wholly closed to traffic.

This restriction does not apply to races held on dual carriageways provided that there are clear, structured separations between the separate carriageways.

Competition Providers of races held entirely on roads closed to traffic may apply this condition where appropriate to local circumstances. Headphones that work by conducting sound through bones and do not sit in the ears are acceptable but a Competition provider may determine that they cannot be used in their race.