Travel to Prague, Lisbon, Copenhagen, Cardiff, and Valencia
The five races of the SuperHalfs series have come together to provide an exciting SuperVoucher offer! A SuperVoucher is a great way to start your SuperHalfs journey, providing a simple single purchase that offers access to all FIVE events.
Previously known as a Series Pass, the SuperVoucher is available for just 295 EUROS – cheaper than purchasing separate entries into each event directly. There are just 300 available to buy in 2023, available on first-come, first-serve basis. So act fast!
A SuperVoucher contains a unique access code, which you can use when registering for each event. The access code will remain active for 36 months, starting from the date of the first race you enter. You are responsible for making sure you enter each event before your code expires, and before registration closes or entries sell out.
Entries in each event are limited, so the SuperVoucher does not guarantee you entry in the year you purchase it (or any given year), however if any events have sold out then you can simply use the code to enter the following year (when registrations open, within 3 years of your first race). There are even limited opportunities for SuperVoucher holders to enter a race after general entries have sold out (limited number and time availability).
Once all of the SuperVouchers have sold out, you can still enter any of the races by entering individually or via a charity (whilst spaces remain available) but remember that SuperHalfs races are extremely popular and often sell out early!
(please note the SuperVoucher is sold and distributed by our event registration partner realbuzz registrations)
The Sportisimo Prague Half Marathon was set up with one simple goal in mind - inspire the people of the Czech Republic to get active and become healthier and happier. Now 20 years later it has become one of Europe's most popular half marathons.
The race takes in a looped course of Prague, starting and finishing at Jan Palach Square with breathtaking views of Prague Castle along the way. Runners and spectators are treated to a party atmosphere, which keeps people from all over the world coming back year after year.Find out more
The EDP Lisbon Half Marathon has become one of the leading destinations for elite runners and amateurs alike.
Famed for its flat and fast course, the EDP Lisbon Half Marathon held the men's world record for the distance from 2010-2018, with thousands of runners earning their personal best there.
But this isn't a course solely reserved for speed. It also offers stunning views of Portugal's capital, setting off along the 25 de Abril Bridge before winding through the city and finishing at the famous Mosteiro dos Jerónimos monument.Find out more
First held in 2015, the Copenhagen Half Marathon is the newest event on the SuperHalfs series. It's also officially the world's fastest half marathon, after Geoffrey Kamworor ran the 2019 event in a record-breaking 58:01.
The race passes through many of the city's famously distinct districts including Nørrebro, Frederiksberg Allé (known as the ‘Nordic Champs Elysées), Vesterbro and the Inner City.
It's hard to believe that one half marathon can pack so many sights into one course, but the Copenhagen Half Marathon has all that and much more awaiting runners.Find out more
With a well-deserved reputation as one of the United Kingdom's best running events, the Cardiff Half Marathon is a race that's not to be missed.
Hordes of cheering spectators line the streets of Cardiff and Cardiff Bay as runners pass by the city's leading attractions including Cardiff Castle and the Principality Stadium.
In 2016 the event cemented its status as a globally recognised race when it played host to the World Half Marathon Championships. Now, with its spot on the SuperHalfs series, this already amazing event is set to go from strength to strength.Find out more
The final event on the SuperHalfs calendar, the Valencia Trinidad Alfonso Zurich Half Marathon is a fast course which previously held the world record from 2017.
But a race would be nothing without its spectators, and Valencia brings them in their thousands as cheering locals come out to support a global gathering of runners. Combine that with a fast course and good weather, and it's easy to see why this event is always a sell-out.Find out more