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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 enquires@huntsac.org.uk 

 

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19/06/2018  Corby Open  details



Posted by Wayne Dubose on 24/02/2018 16:05:10

17/06/2018  Bedford 10k  details

Ty Farrer reports: In near perfect conditions, five runners from Hunts AC made the early start time of 9 am for the Run Bedford 10K, on a route around and through the city itself on closed roads. The wind picked up a little, just before the start and the rain stopped - so we were good to go and with very little fanfare or warning, we were off. Hunts AC's second-claim runner David Hudson went off with the first group whilst myself and Mark Barry formed the second group with a C&C runner and a St Alban’s Strider. Bedford is a fairly flat course with a gradual incline, most noticeably between 5k and 7k, where there is a 180 degree turn around, where we could witness the rest of the runners coming battling behind. The last two kilometres were fairly fast, being on a slight downhill drag and with a tailwind to push us along - although it felt longer than it was. Mark Barry at this point picked up the pace and chased down the 4th place runner - who managed to hold him off for the finish, but it was a great battle from where I witnessed it - a few seconds back and unable to close the gap. Final placings - 2nd claim David Hudson achieved a new PB of 32:20, finishing 3rd overall and claiming £100 prize money (and a shiny trophy). Mark Barry officially led the team home in 6th, also with a new PB in 34:19, Ty Farrer 7th and 34:20 (new PB as well by 27 seconds), Rod McKee in 26th 37:03 - 39 seconds quicker than last year, Sean Barker in 37th 37:52 - 40 seconds quicker than last year and Caroline King in 125th 43:56th 2nd V35 Female (10th female overall) a new PB by 67 seconds! 811 finishers! The icing on the cake - Hunts AC picked up the overall male team prize for Mark, Ty, Rod and Sean - proving that those Tuesday nights on the track are paying off!

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 17/06/2018 21:05:14

17/06/2018  Hampshire Hoppit Trail Marathon  details

18th Richie Adamson 3:29:54 (273 finishers) 568m of elevation

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 17/06/2018 20:18:33

17/06/2018  East Anglian League, Luton  details




Posted by Wayne Dubose on 28/12/2017 10:48:59

16/06/2018  Huntingdon Parkrun PBs  details

6th Ciaran Burke 20:06 (PB by 1 sec; consolidates 38th place in club all-time rankings)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 16/06/2018 12:56:11

16/06/2018  24-hour Suffolk Trail Running Festival  details

A 5-runner Hunts AC team won the 24-hour Suffolk Trail Running Festival, covering 165 miles. The course covered an area between Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury with the aim of completing as many laps of the 5-mile course as possible in 24 hour time limit. Kelly Crawford, Caroline Archer, Andy Richardson, Steve Church and Shane Hunt took on this test of endurance, speed, fitness, mental toughness and teamwork and came out with flying colours as they took the title in the 3/4/5-runner event. Most ran 35 miles over the two-day period with Kelly going above and beyond the call of duty by covering 40 miles. The mixed team even beat the best all-male, 5-runner team.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 18/06/2018 14:00:34

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Tuesday 19th June
Corby Open details
Wednesday 20th June
County Development Meet, St Ives details
Saturday 23rd June
Southern Athletics League, Watford details
Saturday 30th June
Eastern Counties Championships, Cambridge details
Monday 2nd July
Eastern Masters League, Peterborough details
Thursday 5th July
TrackFest, Sandy details
Sunday 8th July
Club Championships details
Tuesday 10th July
Corby Open details

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