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Nov 2004 - Huntingdonshire A.C.

Welcome to Huntingdonshire Athletics Club (Hunts AC)

Based in St Ives, Cambridgeshire, Hunts AC embraces the England Athletics equal opportunities/sports equity policy and welcomes all members of the community from the ages of 9 and upwards. We cater for all levels, whether you are a budding athlete or an experienced Junior or Senior competitor, an all-rounder or a specialist, a recreational five-miler or a veteran of a dozen marathons. Our activities cover the full range of athletic events including Track & Field, Road Running, Cross Country and Indoor Sportshall. For club information, click here or Email 


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Annual General Meeting, 21 November.  Details under NOTICES (bottom right this page).
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18/11/2018  St Neots Half Marathon  details

Ty Farrer reports: Some great performances at the St Neots 1/2 Marathon, starting with a fantastic 2nd place from Jamie Hall who spent the race battling with eventual (3 times) winner and 2nd claim athlete David Hudson to secure 2nd place overall with a new PB of 71:25, just 7 seconds in arrears. Jamie's time was the fastest club clocking since 1985 and ranks him 6th all-time at the club. An excellent run by Jamie who proved that running Frostbite's really does improve overall race performance! David Connell was 2nd Hunts AC athlete home in 9th place 76:07 dragging me behind him in 10th and 76:13 to secure the overall male team prize for Hunts Ac. Darren Matthews continued his fine run of form, just missing out on a PB in 17th 77:47 and new signing Richard Moore securing a new PB for 35th - 80:44. Caroline King led the Ladies team home today in 382nd place 1:40:57 with Christina Cowles 403rd 1:41:24 and Caroline Archer in 414th 1:43:13. 25 Hunts AC athletes ran and enjoyed the best weather the race has had in many years. Men: 2 Jamie Hall 71:25, 9 Dave Connell 76:07, 10 Ty Farrer 76:13, 16 Darren Matthews 77:47, 33 Richard Moore 80:44, 79 Carl Rooney 86:09, 112 Ian Marshall 89:01, 192 Daniel Gregorious 95:11, 313 Arseniy Suvorov 1:42:04, 372 Richard Adamson 1:44:53, 442 Jeff Mercer 1:49:21, 486 Adrian Smith 1:52:30, 669 Steve Burke 2:09:56 (749 finishers) Women: 65 Caroline King 1:40:57, 73 Christina Cowles 1:41:24, 77 Caroline Archer 1:43:13, 111 Ieva Klavina 1:47:10, 195 Frances Stanton 1:52:49, 215 Georgia Hill 1:53:50, 276 Julia Scarboro 1:56:39, 317 Rebecca Farrer 2:01:37, 337 Yvette Adamson 2:02:06, 373 Sasha Suvorov 2:05:17, 438 Vicky Burke 2:10:17 (631 finishers) Fun Run:

Fun Run: 3 Ciaran Burke 10:52.3 (1st U15B), 21 Caitlan Burke 12:41.2 (2nd U13G, 3rd girl overall), 32 Liam Morris 153:39.1 (4th U11B), 50 Carrington 15:28.3 (8th U11B), 59 Zara Sharp 16:15.4 (5th U11G) -  89 finishers

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 20/11/2018 13:38:11

17/11/2018  Eastern Counties XC Champs, Ipswich  details

Derek reports: Twenty-three Hunts runners made their way to Chantry Park, Ipswich, for the Eastern AA XC championships and were rewarded with 6 medals. In the U13B 3K race Jacob Preston ran impressively to finish in 2nd place. Jacob was overtaken about 50m from the line but responded well to regain his position. With Livio Mosca and Tom Waterworth backing him up the boys to claim the 3rd team medal. The senior/vet men then sneaked the bronze team medal on a countback of positions disappointing the Colchester Harriers men who had waited patiently after initially being placed 3rd. The 6 men in the scoring team over the undulating 12K course were, Ty Farrer, Rod McKee, Sean Barker, Mark Wishart, Steve Church, and Derek Darnell. In the later 6K race, Amelia Darnell ran her first race of the season and collected the plaque for 2nd U20W, Geoff Brewster was 3rd M60, and Ieva Klavina become our sole winner on the day with 1st place in W35 category.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 19/11/2018 10:19:28

17/11/2018  Northern Athletics Open Meet, Sheffield  details

After being out of sprint action for over 18 months, Andy Stowe returned to form by establishing an inaugural club veteran's indoor 150m record with 19.15 secs. He backed this up with a 8.21 sec clocking over 60m.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 18/11/2018 09:28:11

15/11/2018  Henlow 10  details

Alan Burgin reports: In October 1978 I ran my second 10 mile road race, the RAF Henlow 10, I managed to get under the hour for the first time finishing 72nd in 59:36. On Thursday 15th November 2018 I ran the Henlow 10 again, my 9th outing for this race. The days of being assured of a comfortable sub 60 run past many years ago so the target was to get a similar position if I could. The hilly course with a significant amount of head wind did not do much to help but I managed 82:18 and 84th position.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 17/11/2018 12:17:44

11/11/2018  Stebbing 10M  details

2 Ty Farrer 59:36 (2nd M40) - 525 finishers

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 13/11/2018 10:21:05

10/11/2018  British Athletics Cross Challenge, Milton Keynes  details

44 Conall McGinness 18:33 (21st U17M) - 130 finishers

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 13/11/2018 10:20:33

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Forthcoming Events
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Wednesday 21st November
Annual General Meeting details
Saturday 8th December
Sportshall, Cambridge details
Saturday 8th December
Minithon details
Sunday 9th December
Frostbite League - Hinchingbrooke Park details
Thursday 20th December
Last day of traning at Outdoor Centre until 2019 details
Thursday 3rd January
Training resumes at One Leisure details
Sunday 13 January
Frostbite League details
Sunday 13 January
Frostbite League - March details

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