DENBIGH Harrier Sarah Bayliss has rediscovered her running mojo this year.

Recently, she managed to finish in the top-10 in her age group at the British Orienteering Championships.

The British Orienteering Championships provide the highest level of competition in orienteering in the United Kingdom, therefore this is a huge accomplishment!

Whilst most of us were settling in for the evening last Friday, that wasn't the case for the Happy Runner - Vic Owens.

Denbigh Harrier Vic was starting a mind-boggling 200-mile race in a Combe Down tunnel, a disused railway tunnel a mile south of Bath city centre.

This race has a strict qualification process and consists of 200 one-mile shuttles back and forth in the tunnel, in darkness with no outside support.

Vic put in a massive effort to reach an astonishing 108 miles before calling it a day, having loved every minute of the horrific laps leading up to it!

Harrier Jeni Richards ran in the Shropshire Mammothon on April 1.

Jeni ran, walked, slid, slipped and waded over a very wet, muddy, hilly 26.3-mile route with 4,350 feet of ascent.

Conditions were testing with runners literally sliding down hills trying to get up them!

It was tough going, but the sun came out and Jeni finished in a brilliant six hours and two minutes as eighth lady out of 119 and 27th overall out of 216 starters.

On the same day, three Harriers ran the Ras yr Aran fell race, a 10-mile out-and-back route from Llanuwchllyn to the summit of Aran Fawddwy.

Conditions again were tough after a week of rain, but this is a great local race and moods were lifted by the sunshine and stunning views!

Dafydd Evans was the first Harrier home in a fantastic 1-56 for 24th, Sioned Griffiths finished next in 2-18 (60th) and Mike Hobday completed the trio in 2-42 (87th).

Parkrun results:

Bushy: 247, Sian Pritchard 24.22.

Noosa: 37, Elen Baugh 24.53.

Pont y Bala: 34, Chris Baldwin 28.37.

Nova Prestatyn: 17, Simon Nixon 23.30; 67, Andrew Morris 29.28; 76, Sarah Bayliss 30.44; 120, John Llewelyn Thomas 47.55.

Ruthin: 3, David Baugh 21.06; 12, Victoria Whitehead 24.16.