1 Italy, 2 Sco, 3 Czech Rep, 4 England 5 NZ. (Czech Rep won on count back 3rd, 4th and 5th all scored same number of points).
1 Italy, 2 NZ, 3 France, 4 England
1 Slovakia, 2 Russia, 3 Turkey, 4 England
1 Turkey, 2 Italy, 3 Czech Rep, 4 England
(Provisional results from Snowdon Website)
Winner: Tim Davies (Wales) 1.06.37
|2||William Levett||Bedford & County||1.07.20|
|8 (10 overall)||Rob Hope||Pudsey & Bramley||1.11.32|
|DNF||Nick Leigh||Pudsey & Bramley|
|7||Lloyd Taggart||Dark Peak||1.09.44|
|1 (38th ov.)||Mary Wilkinson||Skipton||1.17.44|
|2 (59th ov.)||Christine Howard||Matlock||1.23.16|
|3 (80th ov.)||Natalie White||Holmfirth||1.26.08|
Sunday 26th June 2005
|5||Nick Swinburn||Northumberland FR|
|4||Blue Haywood||Lincoln Wellington|
Silver Medal (Slovenia won Gold)
Steve Fletcher (England Junior Team Manager) described the team and individual performances as "stunning".
TRIAL RACES (EOD £2)
Location: Braithwaite Lodge, Braithwaite, Keswick (NY233231)
JUNIORS: Sunday 31st July: Junior Women 13.30, Junior Men 14.00
Eligibility: age 16-19 (inc) on 31st December 2005.
Non-selection Junior Races: for U10, U12, U14, U16 races from 12.00.
SENIORS: Sunday 14th August: Senior Women 13.00, Senior Men 14.00
Note: Senior Races are for selection purposes only. No prizes.
Route: Lodge-Barrow-Barrow Door-Stile End-Low Moss-Lodge.
Junior Women: 4.92k, 379m ascent
Junior Men/ Senior Women: 8.73k, 681m includes extra loop.
Senior Men: 12.54k, 983m includes two loops.
Selection: At least first two in all races are guaranteed selection. Selection is decided on day of trials and any athlete who cannot attend their trial must speak directly with Mark Croasdale (01524 388748) who has succeeded Robin Bergstrand, Sarah Rowell (01535 644976) or Steve Fletcher (017678 79362) before appropriate trial date.
For the Great Britain Mountain Racing teams and incorporating the first Uphill welsh Championship Mountain Race
(CATEGORY ‘A’ MEDIUM)
Sunday 19th June 2005 - Llanberis
The website provides excellent information about the Wellington route; profile, map, side view of the hillside, etc.
Clearly the route is not a straight dash up a mountainside and a significant section is on public paths under pine trees which are sometimes relatively narrow and provide short sight lines. There are the occasional steps (up and down) and tree roots + tarmac of course for the start and finish. There are some lovely views of Wellington and its harbour.