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NICK BEER 2017 10km Road Race

Entry to the 2017 race is now open and this year to celebrate our 25th anniversary each finisher will

receive a special custom made finishers medal

sponsored by Premier Toyota Llandudno

and not forgetting the famous Nick Beer Race Mug.

Cash prizes in all age categories

Enter here via TDL Event Services


£500 Cash prize for 1st Male & 1st Female

Online entry

The 2016 Nick Beer 10km Race has been selected by Welsh Athletics to incorporate the Welsh 10k Championship and Inter Region Match.


All entries to the Championships must be received by 30.1.17.  Entries to the main race will continue to be accepted until 750 limit reached.

Photographs from the 2016 Nick Beer 10km can be found at theses sites:

Shine is the leading charity supporting people affected by spina bifida and hydrocephalus providing a range of services from parents whose baby has just been diagnosed to adults who live alone and are struggling to cope. To run for Shine, click on the link and claim your FREE running vest or t-shirt and fundraising pack.


Female:

1. Sharon Johnstone -  Wilmslow RC - 40:10

2. Siobhan Evans - Unattached - 40:36

3. Andrea Rowlands - Eryri Harriers - 41.09

Nick Beer 2016 Results

Male:

1. Simon Cole - GOG Triathlon - 34:15

2. Steffan Sayer - Menai Track & Field - 34:34

3. Nick Jones - Warrington AC - 34:41


Female record:

Laura Day - 35:46 - 2015
Notts AC


Men's record:

Nick Swinburn - 30:34 - 2009
Morpeth Harriers

Records

History

Nick Beer was a popular and active member of the club, and loved road running.  He suffered from hydrocephalus, and sadly passed away in 1991 shortly after the Lake Vyrnwy Half Marathon.  The Nick Beer 10k Race was started by the club in 1993 in memory of Nick, and is run in February every year.  It starts on the promenade in Llandudno and follows Marine Drive around the scenic Great Orme , before returning to the promenade and finishing opposite Venue Cymru.  The race attracts around 700 entries each year.