News Report 18th September 2007
Perhaps the busiest local athlete recently has been Steve Gilliland of Tywyn, with the Bro Dysynni A.C. athlete competing at three seperate events, gaining a third place finish at each of his chosen venues.
of his races was at the foot of
Next up for
Gilliland was a trip to
The very next day, the Dysynni athlete embarked on a journey to the Llanrwst area to compete in the Llanddoged 12.5k road race, one of the most undulating road races within the Principality. A third consecutive third place finish ensued, on this occasion in a time of 47.17mins, which also claimed runners-up spot in the Male Over-40 section. Also competing at Llanddoged were the Meirionnydd Running Club duo of Frankie Vaughan and Andrea Goode, the former claiming 2nd place in the Male Over-50 category in a time of 1hr 01.18mins, the latter being the third female finisher overall in a time of 1hr 01.38mins. The local quartet in action was completed by Malcolm Taylor of Criccieth, the Bro Dysynni athlete finishing in a time of 1hr 08.21mins, claiming 2nd place in the Male Over-60 category in the process.
super-veteran, Alan Morton, was back in marathon action last weekend with a
further afield, Alan Williams of Barmouth was also in action in