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Fitness Challenges North Wales 2019
 

Fitness Challenges North Wales 2019

There are lots of fitness challenges in North Wales this year and you’re not too late to get involved. Here is a list of Fitness Challenges North Wales 2019

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The rise of the sweaty pound and the best places to spend it
 

The rise of the sweaty pound and the best places to spend it

Ironmen, ultrarunners, mountain bikers and plain old marathoners: increasing numbers of us are planning our holidays around what some might consider bloody hard work.

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TOP 10 TRIATHLONS & MARATHONS NORTH WALES 2017
 

TOP 10 TRIATHLONS & MARATHONS NORTH WALES 2017

If you’ve embraced the New Year on a high of getting fit, one of the best ways to keep you motivated is to focus on a goal and you cant beat the challenge of a half/full marathon or triathon to get you on that path. There are so many great races to take part in over North Wales and the incredible landscape lends itself to cater for all abilities. So without further ado, here are the Top 10 Triathlons & Marathons North Wales 2017:   ANGLESY HALF MARATHON Sunday 5th March 2017 The route is undulating yet quick but most of all it is incredibly stunning. Starting on the iconic Menai Suspension Bridge and running in front of the gorgeous Snowdonia backdrop, this race is truly one of a kind. The race provides the perfect pre-London and Manchester marathon preparation.   WAVES, MUD AND MOUNTAINS Sunday 26th March 2017 Surf Snowdonia are launching this competition for…

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