Runners from 58 clubs across the country took part in the Cardiff Gait 15 Hour Challenge during the weekend.

The event was developed by Builth and District Running Club chairman Christian Prynne and invited clubs to compete in a virtual challenge to see how far they could run in a 15 hour relay

The event attracted 58 clubs from the across the country with a total of 1084 athletes running 6,092 miles between 5am and 8pm on Sunday.

Teams from north and south Wales, Herefordshire, London and Ireland were joined by Powys clubs Brecon, Rhayader, Maldwyn Harriers, Aberystwyth, Hay Hotfooters and Presteigne Pacers,

The event was won by Aberystwyth Athletic A with 140 miles covered with Ludlow Runners A second with 133 miles and Parc Bryn Bach Running Club third having completed 132 miles.

Aberystwyth Athletic B ended 16th with 117 miles on the board followed by Brecon Athletic C who covered the same distance while Llandrindod Wells Football Club finished 18th and Brecon Athletic A 19th with both completing 116 miles.

Oswestry Olympians completed 115 miles to end 21st, just ahead of Hay Hotfooters in 22nd with 114 miles and Builth Team District ended 23rd with 114 miles on the board.

Team Builth crossed the line in 28th with 113 miles clocked followed by Rhayader Running Club in 30th with 112 miles and Presteigne in 37th with 103 miles and Wye Valley Runners in 41st with 102 miles.

A spokesman for Builth Wells Running Club said: “To one and all thank you for making the day such a success.

“Over 1,100 runners took part.

“To put that the 6,092 miles into perspective. That’s from our Bull statue in Builth Wells all the way to Cape Town in South Africa as the bird flies