Race Photographs taken by Roger Bennett. Click Here to see and download   

The photo's are free - however, Roger does ask you to make a donation towards charities he is supporting. This is great way to get a memento of the day  and support some great causes.



Twin Peaks

 Twin Peaks Results 2013
 Junior 2 Mile Results 2013

2013 Men's Race Winner

Dylan Lewis of Sarn Helen picks up his winners prize from Aber AC  Chairman - Ian Evans.

Dylan led throughout the race to finish in 47:11

2nd was Arthur Hayford Taylor of the Uni Harriers in 47:31.

3rd was James Thomas in 47:59

 2013 Ladies Race Winner

Lauren Jeska of Abersytwyth AC set a new ladies record finishing in 51:33.

 2nd was Enid Gruffudd  of AAC in 58:34

3rd was Bethan Williams in 59:24


 University Harriers win the Town vs Gown.

A "delighted" Ian Evans presents the Dolphin Tropy to

Arthur Hayford-Taylor
Scott Hudspith
James Whibberly 
Chris Woodfield
 The Race

The race is run on a variety of surfaces and offers something for all runners to get their teeth into.

Starting on the promenade and heading south, the route circles through the harbour before taking on the first of the hill challenges.

The climb up Pen Dinas is on a grass track and treats runners to outstanding views along the Ystwyth valley before reaching the Monument at approximately 450ft and then descending once again to the road. Retracing their steps along the promenade runner's then face the second challenge.

The rocky path climbing up Constitution Hill crosses back and forth over the cliff railway reaching just over 450ft before joining a tarmac road for the fast final descent  back to the promenade and the opportunity of a sprint finish to the end.

Part of the race is the annual Town V Gown challenge between runners from Aberystwyth AC and the University Harriers.  The first three runners from each club count and the winners have the honour of holding the Dolphin Trophy.

There are techical T shirts and goody bags to all finishers in the adult race. Juniors will all receive medals and goody bags.

Male and female team prizes are awarded to the first three club team finishers.

The setting on the prom gives lots for spectators to see as the runners at leave the start, arrive at the finish and pass the midway point. And there's plenty of opportunity for a drink and something to eat at nearby cafe's and restaurants.

 Course Profile

Past Results