Cardiff witnessed one of the greatest World Half Marathon races of all time as Kenya’s road running Geoffrey Kipsang Kamworo put Mo Farah in his place to retain his world title.
As the event was open to mass participants, it was the perfect opportunity for runners of all ages and abilities to run in the footsteps of champions in a World Championship race. With only 25,000 spaces in the mass race, demand was high for the chance to run a world-class championship course alongside world-renowned runners.
Owain ran the Half Marathon and certainly didn’t let the horrendous wind and rain stop him from crossing the finish line. He came a respectable 3131 out of 25,000 runners.