San Domenico Road Race Championship 2022   
Date    Road Championship
20-Mar    Cardiff Trail Half Marathon
01-Apr    Severn Bridge 5 mile night race
24-Apr    Bryn Bach 6 mile
01-May    Cardiff Race for Victory 5k
10-May    Rose Inn 4 mile
15-May    Bryn Meadows ( Caerphilly 10K )
18-May    SSAFA 5K
29-May    Treforest 10k
14-Jun    Rose Inn 4 mile
15-Jun    SSAFA 5K
03-Jul    Porthcawl 10k
12-Jul    Rose Inn 4 mile
20-Jul    SSAFA 5K
30-Jul    Magor Marsh 10k
09-Aug    Rose Inn 4 mile
04-Sep    Cardiff 10k
18-Sep    Swansea 10k
02-Oct    Cardiff Half Marathon
    Best Half Marathon time
    Best Marathon Time
    Best Rose Inn Time
    Best SSAFA Time
    8 results to count
    Handicap Race
14-Apr    Sophia Gardens
05-May    Forest Farm
24-Jun    Venue TBC
14-Jul    Venue TBC
18-Aug    Venue TBC
22-Sep    Venue TBC
    Best Four to count

Road Championship

  • any marathon during calendar year; points awarded based upon fastest times
  • any half marathon during calendar year, excluding any that are already in the championship; points awarded based upon fastest times.As Cardiff Trail Half and Cardiff Half are not eligible (since they are named races in the championship), this may not actually be your fastest half marathon of the year

Masters Championship

Masters championships are the same races but only include people who were 40 or older on January 1st.  For 2022 there are 10 year age groups where we have members in those age groups - so for Men it's 40, 50, 60. For women it's 50 only. This will change as and when we get members in the relevant age groups.

Off-road Championship

Not being held in 2022.

Cross-country (XC) Championship


Handicap Championship - 4 Miles - April to September

There are 6 races in the series with the best 4 over the course of the year to count for championship points. Awards are made at the end of the series. There is no entry fee and all members are welcome. Non-members are also welcome, although they cannot score points in the club handicap championship.
Slower runners will start first with faster runners following at appropriate intervals, with the objective that all will finish at about the same time. It's all very informal and the key point is to have fun allied with some exercise, plus a visit to a local pub afterwards!

Eligibility notes for all championship races:

  • be officially entered in the race in your own name;
  • be at the start on time, and start with the rest of the runners;
  • appear in the official race results;
  • be a member of the club on the date of the race;
  • You no longer have to wear your club vest for your time to count (except in races where other rules require it, such as the Gwent League), although we strongly encourage that you do so as it helps to promote the club (and rumour has it that it makes you go faster);
  • If the race uses 'chip timing' then the time used for the championships will be the 'chip time';
  • Although we try to avoid this, in the event of a championship race clashing with a Gwent League race, the Gwent League race will take precedence and an alternative Championship event will be sought if possible. An historical example of this is the Sodbury Slog clashing with the Bath Gwent League fixture;
  • It is the runner's responsibility to ensure that they are credited with the correct points in the club championships.


If 2 or more people tie on points the championship finishing order is decided on a 'head-to-head' countback.

Spot a problem? Awarded too many points ;-)
Contact John Light, giving him as much info as possible - a link to the race results would be ideal.