Five championship medals for five Road Runners at the Fairy Freckled Cow Trail Race.


*The famous five from NWRRC (*above l-r front row): Nicola Wylie, Cheryl Frost and Mike Hayton, with (*back row), Rob Fryer and Stuart Culverhouse.

Five championship medals for five Road Runners at the Fairy Freckled Cow Trail Race...

Report by Don Hale.

 

Five Road Runners successfully competed in the Fairy Freckled Cow Trail Race on Sunday, which was a very challenging 10.7k race around Llyn Alwen Reservoir and formed part of the North Wales Trail Race Championships, with each member collecting a prestigious medal.

Stuart Culverhouse led the NWRRC team home, and he was delighted to collect a deserved gold medal after finishing 14th overall and he won his M50 age cat in 47 minutes and 26 seconds. 

Cheryl Frost also had a very good run, finishing in 34th place, and 2nd in her F55 cat in 56.25 to win a silver medal, and Nicola Wylie celebrated winning a bronze medal in 3rd place in the same age cat as Cheryl, finishing in 39th place in 60.54.

Master vets Rob Fryer and Mike Hayton also won championship medals with Rob collecting a silver medal in 2nd place in his M70 cat and 48th overall in 63.49, with Mike 68th and 3rd in the same age cat as Rob in 72.47 for a welcome bronze medal.

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