10Peaks Brecon Beacons 2017 Results

10Peaks Brecon Beacons 2017 Nick Brenchley and Simon Triscott
Nick Brenchley and third placed Simon Triscott Photo courtesy 10Peaks Brecon Beacons

The first 10Peaks Brecon Beacons 2017 Results 2017 took place on Saturday 9th September with two versions of the event – a long course of 89 km and a short course of 58 km.

The courses visit a predetermined list of peaks in a set order in the Brecon Beacons, South Wales. The courses are unmarked so runners have to navigate themselves.
The short course includes 6 of the 10 highest peaks, and the long takes in the 10 highest peaks.
The event started at the YHA Danywenallt, race HQ at 5:00/6:00 for the long/short races
Both courses have a 24 hour cut-off. There were 70 finishers in the long race and 65 in the short.

Matt Tomlinson and Katie Hateley won the long course and Mathew Powell and Wendy Houvenaghe won the short course.
Race Director is Shane Ohly, who also runs the Berghaus Dragon’s Back Race.

Top finishers in The 10Peaks Brecon Beacons 2017 Results 2017

Pos Name Time
Men Long
1 Matt Tomlinson 11:33:49
2 Robin Carter 11:33:49
3 Ollie Stoten 11:34:03
Women Long
1 Katie Hateley 16:47:55
2 Natalie Holroyd 19:27:43
3 Katie Iliffe 20:08:24
Men Short
1 Mathew Powell 07:12:59
2 Simon Triscott 07:24:09
3 Nick Brenchley 07:24:21
Women short
1 Wendy Houvenaghe 09:16:59
2 Becky Sarson 09:19:45
3 Naomi Prosser 09:39:30

Website: 10peaks.com/brecon-beacons
Race results: www.10peaks.com/brecon-beacons/results
Facebook: www.facebook.com/10peaks

10Peaks Brecon Beacons 2017

Congratulations to all who took on the 10Peaks Brecon Beacons long & short course challenges this weekend – entries for 2018 open late autumn!

Posted by 10Peaks on Monday, September 11, 2017

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