The Mitja Sant Cugat will take place on November 20th after a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic. The event is organised by the Sant Cugat del Vallès City Council, the Club Muntanyista Sant Cugat and RPM Sports. The new, more urban route will allow runners to explore the city's historical and iconic locations, such as Pla del Vinyet Avenue, the Monastery, Santiago Russinyol street and the National Archive of Catalonia, before finishing at the Plaça de la Vila in front of the Town Hall. The flat course is designed to be run twice, with local citizens cheering on the runners along the way. In addition to the half marathon distance, there will also be two other distances of 5k and 10k geared towards 3,000 expected participants. On the Saturday before, 19 November, the Kids Race for children born between 2007 and 2018 will be held over a distance of 400m to 1km.The Mitja Sant Cugat is committed to inclusivity and sustainability. Special attention and resources will be offered to promote equality and participation of people with physical disabilities. The event organisers are also taking measures to minimise its environmental impact, such as promoting the use of public transport, electric vehicles, plastic-free refreshment posts, recycled textiles, and selective recycling. Additionally, a solidarity action will be announced soon.