Results for the Snowdonia Marathon – 29.10.16
The first Snowdonia Marathon was held in 1982, this demanding and spectacular route encircles Snowdon and is a unique race. The route follows the A4086 and climbs to the top of the Llanberis Pass (Pen y Pass 1.100ft). Dropping down to the Pen Y Cwyryd junction, the race then follows the old road along to the campsite until it joins the A498. This 2km section is farm track, downhill, then the surface returns to the tarmac. There is a short, sharp uphill back up to the main road at the campsite. The route then continues to the Beddgelert (200ft) and then continues along the A4085 to Waunfawr. From here it is a rapid climb to about 1,200ft at Bwlch y Groes and then downhill to the finish in Llanberis.
Results for the Beachy Head Marathon & 10k – 29.10.16
The Eastbourne Beachy Head Marathon is one the biggest off-road marathons in the UK. Formerly known as the Seven Sisters Marathon, it is popular for its scenic and challenging route through the South Downs National Park countryside. The marathon covers a 26.2 mile course that includes 300 steps and 14 gates, passing through the picturesque Sussex villages of Jevington, Alfriston, Litlington, Friston Forest, the Cuckmere Valley and Seven Sisters, including Birling Gap and Beachy Head. The 10k distance was added in 2013 and offers a shorter version of the marathon but still with breath taking views and challenges.
Results for the Coalville 10k – 30.10.16
This race used the trails, footpaths and roads within Snibston Country Park, near Coalville. The two lap challenging course made the event ideal for experienced runners and beginners alike, with some tough/steep hills.