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Snowdonia Marathon

Saturday October 29th, 2022
snowdonia, welsh
Distance: Marathon
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The Snowdonia Marathon has been voted best British marathon twice. The demanding and spectacular route, encircling Snowdon, Wales’ and England’s highest peak, gives the event a unique place in the annual marathon calendar.

The inaugural Snowdonia Marathon was held in 1982, and was conceived as a dramatic alternative to the numerous city and town races becoming so popular. The demanding and spectacular route, encircling Snowdon, Wales’ and England’s highest peak, has given the event a unique place in the annual marathon calendar ever since.

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Snowdonia Marathon, Race Date: 2022-10-29, Distance: Marathon
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 2:39:52 Daniel Kashi UK
2nd Male 2:40:45 Rhodri Owen UK
3rd Male 2:41:02 Michael Taylor UK
4th Male 2:44:06 Johnny Suttle UK
Female 3:13:50 Caroline Brock UK
2nd Female 3:19:15 Clare Patterson UK
3rd Female 3:21:51 Llinos Jones UK
4th Female 3:24:52 Florence Roberts UK
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 2:41:02 Michael Taylor UK
M 50-59 3:05:35 Warren Langler Watts UK
M 60-69 3:09:32 Ian James UK
M 70+ 4:25:25 Michael Williams UK
F 40-49 3:19:15 Clare Patterson UK
F 50-59 3:32:07 Nicole Jukes UK
F 60-69 4:02:23 Mary Anthony UK
Snowdonia Marathon

Race start time is 10.30am from just outside Llanberis. 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 (a short length is unmetalled) and then downhill to the finish in Llanberis.


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