Adam Bull (Aberdare Valley) and Amie Bagnall (Salford Harriers) took their first National Senior titles at the Welsh 10 Mile Road Race Championships in Rhyl on Sunday.
Strong winds affected times at the event which takes runners around the popular seaside town, starting and finishing alongside the Rhyl Promenade.
The men's race saw Bull take victory from Steffan Sayer (Menai Track & Field) in second and with Daniel Weston (Wrexham AAC) in third. Aberdare Valley made the trip North count with team victory.
The ladies race saw Bagnall winning with Carla Green (NWRRC) and Rachel Shipley (Abergele Harriers) as the next athletes home respectively. Carla Green led her team to a popular local team victory.
The Rhyl 10 Mile Road Race will host the 2016 Welsh 10 Mile Road Race Championships on Sunday 21st February.
The Rhyl 10 mile is set in the seaside town of Rhyl along the North Wales coast. This flat, fast course is sure to be a hit with runners chasing their 10 mile PB, this course has been designed with one thing in mind, helping you achieve your personal best, so if you’re a club runner or a fun runner, you can be sure of a good time.
Prizes for 1st in age category.
The race starts at 12 noon
Affiliated £17 Unaffiliated £19 (YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 16 YRS OLD ON RACE DAY). Includes a quality bespoke medal and Tshirt. Entry fee now includes vat.
9.00am – 11.15am
Race headquarters is at The Taste Academy, near the start finish.
All other details for race day will be posted here nearer the time.
*Please note that it is NWRAC policy that headphones must not be worn during a race, RunWales do not encourage participants to wear them whilst taking part.