Snowdon SkyRace: Lamont, Darlington take high honours | Mountain Working


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British duo Andrew Lamont and Anwen Darlington earned victory within the males’s and girls’s races respectively on the 40km (25-mile) Skyrace Snowdon on Sunday.

The occasion, containing a brutal 3,150m (10,355ft) of elevation, takes runners by the well-known Rhyd-Ddu path, Pen-y-Move, Ogwen Valley and Pen-y-Gward earlier than returning to Rhyd-Ddu, will not be for the faint of coronary heart.

Each race victors did so in model, crossing the ending line with a wholesome benefit over their nearest rivals on the day.

In amongst the motion

Jayson Cavill obtained in amongst the motion to shoot some nice footage of the lead runners roughly half method alongside the 25 mile route .

Lamont leads from the entrance

Lamont managed the race from the early going, and opened up a wholesome result in his rivals. The Brit accomplished the grueling course in 5:52:26 nearly ten minutes forward of his nearest rival, Scotland’s Andy Bryce.

Bryce (6:03:57) was additional 4 minutes, 43 seconds forward of Oliver Mitchell (6:08:40) in third place. He pipped Luke Roberts (6:10:16) to the ultimate spot on the rostrum. Gown Greenwood (6:18:49) accomplished the highest 5.

Darlington dominates

Compared to Lamont, Darlington actually demolished the ladies’s discipline, taking victory by nearly 45 minutes from Robyn Cassidy.

Welshwomen Darlington (7:07:33) completed thirteenth total within the race, crossing the end line 44 minutes, 23 seconds forward of Cassidy (7:51:56), with Alicia Schwarzenbacher (7:58:49) rounding out the rostrum.

Sophie Gibbens was subsequent over the road in a time of 8:10:34, with Alexandra Ridge ending fifth in a time of 8:20:20.

Brady, Sharp take Copper SkyTrail titles

Eire’s Sarah Brady and Nice Britain’s Brian Sharp [pictured above] took the plaudits within the 25km (15-mile) Copper SkyTrail.

Brady (3:44:25) beat Wales Catrin Meurig (3:55:37) and Poland’s Kamila Piotrowicz (4:14:56) to the end line.

Within the males’s race, Sharp led residence compatriots Iwan Evans (3:15:23) and Paul Bowyer (3:17:54) in a time of three hours, seven minutes and 19 seconds.

2022 Snowdon Skyrace Outcomes:


  • 1. Andrew Lamont (GBR) – 5:52:26
  • 2. Andy Bryce (SCO) – 6:03:57
  • 3. Oliver Mitchell (GBR) – 6:08:40
  • 4. Luke Roberts (GBR) – 6:10:16
  • 5. Rob Greenwood (GBR) – 6:18:49


  • 1. Anwen Darlington (WAL) – 7:07:33
  • 2. Robyn Cassidy (GBR) – 7:51:56
  • 3. Alicia Schwarzenbach (GBR) – 7:58:49
  • 4. Alexandra Ridge (GBR) – 8:10:34
  • 5. Sophie Gibbens (GBR) – 8:20:20

*Nationality as denoted on tracker.


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