Snowdonia

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Snowdonia

(snəʊˈdəʊnɪə)
n
1. (Placename) a massif in NW Wales, in Gwynedd, the highest peak being Snowdon
2. (Placename) a national park in NW Wales, in Gwynedd and Conwy: includes the Snowdonia massif in the north. Area: 2189 sq km (845 sq miles)
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65 Project or Website Yr 6 and under: 1, Lowri Reed a Beccy Smith Ysgol Gynradd Cross Inn, Cylch Aeron, Rhanbarth Ceredigion; 2, Genod Gwirion Adran Llanengan, Cylch Llyn, Rhanbarth Eryri.
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RICHARD ROBERTS of Eryri Harriers warmed up for the Berlin Marathon later this month by winning the North Wales 10k road championship at the weekend.
The Class A race for fell-runners was won by Richard Roberts, with his Eryri clubmate Matthew Fortes just 17 seconds behind.
Jim Bacon of Eryri Harriers was the overall winner, with Lauren Jeska claiming the women's series title.
Both races resulted in wins for Eryri Harriers, Matthew Roberts extending his good form to win the Cader race from brothers Andres and Felipe Jones, and road specialist Brendan Rothery also beating two brothers, his clubmates Chris and Jordan Evans.
The women's winner was Siobhan Evans, also of Eryri, in 40.
FELL RUNNING ANDREA ROWLANDS of Eryri Harriers was the women's winner by more than three minutes in Saturday's Llangynhafal Loop fell race in Denbighshire.
The race was won by Eryri veteran Martin Cliffe but Jeska, who has moved to live in the Machynlleth area, came third overall and smashed the course record set by New Zealand international Anna Frost.
JIM BACON of Eryri Harriers claimed his second victory of the Joe Brown Midweek Series when he won Tuesday's Foel Lus race in the mountains above Penmaenmawr.
A WEEK after clinching the team title in the Grand Prix Express North Wales Cross-Country League, Eryri Harriers were in equally dominant form on the road, claiming the first three places in the Nick Beer 10k in Llandudno.