TWO records were broken at the Cilcain Show Mountain Race.
Organisers saw the most people ever take part in the Moel Famau race - with 206 people signing up for Monday’s event and only two people dropping out.
This year’s winner of the main event, Lloyd Taggart, also broke the previous record by more than one minute.
Mr Taggart, who won the race for the second time, finished the event in 31 minutes 26 seconds before being presented with the winner’s Plimmer Trophy.
Runners took part raging in age from 17 all the way up to the over 70s.
Organiser Brian Nevin said it was a fantastic day. “It was just a great day all round.
There was a real buzz around the whole village - everywhere was busy.
“There were also about 80 to 100 people up Moel Famau supporting the runners.”
Mr Nevin said there was a lot to do during the build-up to the event but added it was all worth it.
There was also various separate junior races through the day for children aged between six and 16.
Thousands of people descended on Cilcain to celebrate the annual event, described as being important for the character, charm and tradition of the village.
Families enjoyed various activities and entertainment throughout the day.
Entertainment included performances from the Gwernaffield Silver Band, there was a taekwondo demonstration, a fancy dress parade, children’s races and much more.