Timothy "Tim" Davies (born 1977) is a Welsh athlete who specialises in mountain and fell running.
Tim was raised into a family with a farming background and was heavily influenced by the hills surrounding him during his childhood.
Davies was fifth in the World Mountain Running Trophy in 2003,also winning a silver medal at the 2004 European Mountain Running Championships in the team event alongside Andi Jones and John Brown. At the European Mountain Running Championships 2006 he finished in seventh position in the individual race, just behind Jones.
Davies is a three-time winner of the Snowdon Raceand in 2010 he won the British Fell Running Championships.
Tim is a former Royal Marine and runs a farm on the Welsh/English border.
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Fell running, also sometimes known as hill running, is the sport of running and racing, off-road, over upland country where the gradient climbed is a significant component of the difficulty. The name arises from the origins of the English sport on the fells of northern Britain, especially those in the Lake District. It has elements of trail running, cross country and mountain running, but is also distinct from those disciplines.
Andrew "Andi" Jones is an English athlete who specialises in road, cross country, and mountain/fell running, and has competed for England and Great Britain. In 2003, he finished fourth in the World Mountain Trophy in Alaska. Closer to home, he competes for Stockport Harriers. Although one of the UK's leading distance runners, Andi chooses to work full-time alongside his running career and was employed as head of Design and Technology at Falinge Park High School, Rochdale. In 2014, Jones emigrated to Qatar.
Angela Mudge is a Scottish champion hill runner and skyrunner. Despite being born with birth defects in both legs, and finding track athletics not to her liking, she discovered her sport while a postgraduate student in Scotland in the mid-1990s, and developed rapidly.
Robert Jebb is an English fell runner, skyrunner, and cyclo-cross rider. He has won the annual Three Peaks Cyclo-Cross in the Yorkshire Dales a record twelve times since 2000, is a four-time-winner of the Three Peaks Race in the same region and broke Catalan dominance in the Buff Skyrunner World Series when he became champion in 2005.
The Snowdon Race is a ten-mile endurance running competition in Gwynedd, from Llanberis to the peak of Snowdon. Contestants must make the five miles up the Llanberis Path to the summit and return down. Currently entrants must be over-18 to compete in either the men's or women's race. In 2009 a junior race was incorporated.
Ian Holmes is an English fell runner who was the national champion several times in the 1990s and 2000s and represented his country at the World Trophy and European Trophy.
Carol Greenwood is an English former runner who won the World Mountain Running Trophy and was twice a national fell running champion.
Colin Kerr Donnelly is a Scottish runner who was the British fell running champion three times and finished second in the World Mountain Running Trophy.
John Richard Wild is a male English former runner who competed in cross country, fell running, and the 3000m steeplechase.
Mark Croasdale is an English athlete who was a British fell running champion and competed in cross-country skiing at the Winter Olympics.
Gavin Bland is a British fell runner who was a British and English champion and represented his country at the World Mountain Running Trophy.
Mark Kinch is an English former runner who was a national fell running champion and represented his country at the World Mountain Running Trophy in the mid-1990s.
Victoria Wilkinson is an English runner and cyclo-cross rider who was a world mountain running champion at junior level and who has several times been a national fell running champion as a senior athlete.
Angela Brand-Barker is a British runner who was a national fell running champion and represented her country at the World Mountain Running Trophy.
Simon Roger Arthur Bailey is an English runner who has been a national fell running champion several times and who has represented his country at the World Mountain Running Trophy.
Finlay Wild is a Scottish runner and mountaineer who has been a British fell running champion. He has won the Ben Nevis Race eleven times.
Mark Alan Rigby is a British runner who was a national hill running champion and who represented Scotland in the World Mountain Running Trophy.
Tracey Brindley is a British runner who has been a medallist at the World Mountain Running Trophy and a national fell running champion.
Philippa "Pippa" Maddams is a female British former mountain and fell runner who won the World Long Distance Mountain Running Challenge in 2011.