Wales's Emily Gelder claimed a fourth successive victory in the Angle-Celtic Plate 100k in Perth, running comfortably all the way throughout the 42 laps.
The Dulwich athlete, who hails from Llandrindod Wells, clocked 8-16.55, exactly the same time as compatriot Jason Scanlon, who decided early on to stay with the experienced Gelder, who won the ladies' title by over 17 minutes.
Scanlon finished 13th and was second Welsh scorer behind former Eryri Harrier Iain Ridgeway, who clocked 7-19.09, slicing 16 minutes off his pb. It placed him fourth overall and earned him a bronze medal in the UK championships.
Welshman Jeremy Mower was 14th overall in 8-46.20 but Buckley's John Pares, the Commonwealth champion, pulled out after 29 laps with what appeared to be virus.
In the 50k race at the same venue George Nicholls (Prestatyn), who made his ultra-distance debut in last month's Barry 40, finished 14th in 4-26.