ICC Cricket World Cup, Cardiff
The Three Castles Trophy
04 - 07 June. Open to classic cars of all ages from 1921 up to 1985 based in Llandudno, the route will be around 160 miles covering some of the best driving roads North Wales has to offer.
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Man v Horse Marathon, Llanwrtyd Wells
08 June. The Man versus Horse Marathon is an annual 22 mile race, where runners compete against riders on horseback, in the Welsh town of Llanwrtyd Wells. The event started in 1980 after a pub landlord overheard two drinkers discussing the merits of men and horses running over mountainous terrain. The course was changed in 1982 to provide a more even match between the man and the horse but it took until 2004 before a man finally beat a horse.
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Dragon Ride L’Etape Wales
09 June. Dragon Ride L’Etape Wales by Le Tour de France is one of the most iconic sportives in the UK, organised by Human Race and ASO to offer an inspiring Tour de France riding experience to UK cyclists. With a selection of four distances to choose from ranging from the Macmillan 100 over 100km, to the gruelling 305km Dragon Devil, the famous route features epic climbs which are most comparable to the alpine like ascents in Le Tour itself. Signature climbs include Devil’s Elbow, Rhigos, Bwlch, Black Mountain and Devil’s Staircase.
Pop up Adventures, Vale of Glamorgan
09 June. Discover the range of adventure activities available in the Vale of Glamorgan. Pop Up Adventures are joining St Donat's Summer Fair to showcase an exciting mix of on and off-site activities including stand up paddleboarding, canoeing, surfing and coastal adventures. 10:00 - 17:00, St Donats Castle, Cosmeston Country Park and Dunraven Bay.
OVO Energy Women’s Tour
14 - 15 June. The final stages of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour, Britain’s most prestigious women’s cycle race, finish in Wales for some of the toughest two days in race history. Stage Five's route takes on 140-kilometres (87-miles) of Powys hills between Llandrindod Wells and Builth Wells. Stage Six, the Finale, tackles a 126-kilometre (79-mile) route between Carmarthen and Pembrey Country Park.
The WAAT4 Challenge, Brecon
15 June. Teams from all over the UK take part every year in this navigation event to raise money for charities. The challenge this year offers two routes - 20km and 40km whilst taking in some of the best views in the Brecon Beacons.
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Drovers' Walks, around Llanwrtyd Wells
15 June. These walks follow in the footsteps of the Drovers of old who used to drive their sheep, cattle, pigs and geese across the mountains to the market towns of England. There is a choice of 10, 15 or 25 mile distances, through the beautiful summer countryside around Llanwrtyd Wells, using where possible some of the old Drovers' trails which still criss cross the area.
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Gregynog Festival, Newtown
22 - 30 June. Gregynog Festival began in 1933 as a private house party and continues this tradition with intimate, historic venues and a relaxed, friendly atmosphere, where local people mingle with visitors from all parts of the world.
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Pembrokeshire Fish Week
22-30 June. Celebrating Pembrokeshire's first-class seafood, spectacular coastline, award winning beaches, and fascinating maritime heritage. Find out more about Pembrokeshire Fish Week on their website.
The Cardiff Triathlon
22-23 June. Located in Cardiff Bay this triathlon is one not to miss. You will swim in the legendary Cardiff Bay, cycle on flat scenic roads around Cardiff and finish with a stunning run out to the Cardiff Bay Barrage. The Event Village and transition zone will be held on Roald Dahl Plas in front of the Wales Millennium Centre.
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