Snowdonia Marathon

Anybody fancy a nice season closer?

9 messages
07/01/2014 at 20:08

Just entered anybody else in or interested its a great race but books up VERY quickly

07/01/2014 at 20:55

Have you done it before?

I have Vegas on 16 Nov and as try-hard (as oppose) natural runner if it's as bumpy as the name suggests, I might be taking on too much but I really like the idea of the race!

cougie    pirate
08/01/2014 at 01:13
Aah I seem to have entered again. I think bumpy is a fair assessment. I definitely remember two hills.
08/01/2014 at 06:47

Robbie

i was suprised it was nowhere as hilly as i thoought as it follows the road around snowdon some long nut not to steep climbs i thought the Cornish Marathon was much tougher that said the two close together could be grim unless you take Snowdonia as s long training run and bimble round taking in the views

its an awesome race in a superb part of the country cant wait

Edited: 08/01/2014 at 06:55
MTRIumphant    pirate
08/01/2014 at 07:02
Yep, I'm in to hopefully use some end if season fitness, and keep the focus going after Tenby. It'll be my first marathon on fresh legs, so thought id try an 'easy' one
08/01/2014 at 11:17

I'm in too, last race of the season before winter hibernation. 

08/01/2014 at 12:22

She who knows best has suggested I don't jeopardise Vegas by entering Snowdonia marathon which, accordingly to my fleeting research on t'internet, is 29 miles long when hills are converted to distance covered on comparative flat elevation.  Bloody hell!

Whilst jealous of those who've entered, I plan to be on the start line in 2015. 

cougie    pirate
08/01/2014 at 13:23
Does that really work though ? For every uphill - there's a downhill ?

If you have a marathon three weeks later - its silly to race them both though.
08/01/2014 at 19:18

Robbie its 26.2 couses are measured with a wheel which takes into account the actual distance travelled no way would i have run the time i did in 2008 on that course if it was over 26,2


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