The Original Mountain Marathon Training Camp at PyB

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This April we're dedicating the whole centre to this exciting event. The second OMM Training Camp is set to be bigger, better and more popular than last year's hugely successful event.

The OMM Training Camp is an information-rich training camp open to everyone from mountain-marathon-newcomers who'd simply like to find out how, right up to experienced campaigners, looking to fine tune their skills.

The weekend takes a workshop-based approach allowing you to pick and choose the sessions you attend to make sure you get the most out of the event. And there's a huge range of workshops on offer, all delivered by experts in their field.

On top of that there will be evening lectures from guest speakers, a mini-marathon where you can test out you newly honed skills, trade and information stands and the chance to spend a little down time with other runners, talking technique over a pint as you watch the sun drop behind Snowdon from the comfort of the bar.

The entire weekend including two night's comfortable accommodation, great food and information-packed workshops is only £160.

Find out more:

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What's more, every runner attending the training camp will receive a goody bag, bulging with useful bits and pieces to help speed them along on the hill. All of which makes the OMM training camp an absolute must for anyone who's interested in running further or faster this year

Take a look at the list of exciting workshops linked below and you'll get an idea of you can benefit from and enjoy the OMM training camp.

For more information visit Plas y Brenin
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