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February 2019 News Reports

02/02/2019  Eastern Counties Indoor Champs, Lee Valley  details

(Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and Lincolnshire)

Seven medals and nine club records.

U17M Triple Jump Ayo Opaleye 12.82m Silver - U17M/U20M/SM club records
U13G 60m hurdles Moria Howard 10.39 Silver - U13G club record

U17W Ella Reed 10.02m (Silver)
U15G 60m Lizzy Harrison 8.09 Bronze - U15G/U17W club records
U17M 60m Julian Priest 7.15 Bronze - U17M club record

U13B 800m Tom Waterworth 2:36.10 Bronze800m
Tom Waterworth 2:36.10 (Bronze)

LJ
U17M Nikolaos Tirchineci - 5.34m

U17W Ella Reed - 4.63m U13G LJ Moria Howard 3.86m Bronze
U13G 60m heats Faith Harrison 8.98 3rd (beat sister Lizzy's 8.99 club record set three years ago); semi-final 8.86 (6th) club record



Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 06/02/2019 07:12:49

02/02/2019  Anglian Schools XC Champs, Northampton  details
Of the 12 Hunts AC juniors who qualified via the County Schools races, 9 took part to try to qualify for the English Schools finals to be held at Leeds in March.

Finishing position within the Cambs Schools team in brackets.

Senior Girls 4.2K

11th (3rd) CC Hime 17:07

33rd (9th) Katie Lawrence 18:54

Senior Boys 6.7K

20th (5th) Casper Hiscock 22:49

Inter Girls 3.8K

12th (3rd) Issy Wilkins 15:07

Junior Girls 3.4K

61st (12th) Lucia Mosca 15:49

Junior Boys 4.2K

13th (5th) Howard Croft 15:06

21st (8th) Ciaran Burke 15:28

Minor Boys 2.9K

29th (7th) Livio Mosca 12:27

65th (14th) Tom Waterworth 13:37

 A few days later, the following five Hunts athletes were selected to represent Cambridgeshire Schools at the prestigious English Schools championships to be held at Temple Meads, Leeds, in March.

Howard Croft (Junior boy)

Ciaran Burke (Junior boy)

Issy Wilkins (Inter girl)

Casper Hiscock (Senior boy)

CC Hime (Senior girl)

Katie Lawrence is one of the reserves for the Senior girls.



Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 07/02/2019 07:31:14

03/02/2019  Eastern Counties Indoor Champs, Lee Valley  details
Driving to today's event - i must admit, i thought we may be up against it today. A number of the speed merchants were unavailable, i was not sure how many team members we would be able to put out on the course and personally - i couldn't walk up the stairs without grimacing with pain! Well - how wrong was i!! Although Alan will do the analysis a lot better than i, it is quite clear the this was the lady scorers day in the sun although the men did not do a bad job either! Jamie led the team home again, for the 5th Frostbite in a row with a fantastic 2nd place-only 11 seconds away from the win and over a minute clear of 3rd! Darren out sprinted everyone around him (Alan will be proud) to secure a fantastic 5th overall and 2nd Hunts Ac runner home, i managed 8th (also winning a sprit finish - brownie point please Alan) with Rod McKee 4th home in a fantastic 19th position. Ian Marshall won the battle of the "Ian's" in 28th position, just ahead of Ian Gallagher in 30th who has secured his free drink at the awards ceremony on the 10th March, also scoring on his return to frostbite! The next runner home again for Hunts, for the 2nd event running was Elaine Rosaline Livera, who this time was the first Lady to finish and by being in 35th place, is also the highest female finisher for the club - ever!! Great performance Elaine! Just behind in 37th was our last male scorer - Richard Adamson who also entered the Vet40 category this week and is only getting faster! Steven Church, Martin Rowe & Mark Wishart also finished strongly in the top 50, adding points onto every other teams score! Emma Musgrave made a fantastic entrance into the Hunts AC frostbite team with a 96th place finish on debut - awesome running Emma and welcome to the club! 3rd Lady scorer home and in a fantastic 110th position (also after a long run yesterday) was Ieva Klavina- with what Alan assures me is the lowest Female points scoring for the club - ever! What was i ever worried about?

Overall - it was another fantastic Sunday out for the club and after an unofficial snack stop in the Golden Arches (un-planned) we headed home, with win number 5 (from 5) and now surely have to make it a 6th win of the seasons at the final event on March 10th to earn our place in history as the Frostbite unbeatable's! Our winning Margin today 325 race points, leaving us 11 points clear of Riverside runners in 2nd place. As always - its our strength in depth, camaraderie, team ethic and free chocolate that sets us apart from the other clubs - we are clearly enjoying what we are doing out there, so well done everyone running, watching, supporting and officiating. So - who wants to come an play at the season finale - there will be chocolate, winners pride and a fantastic team to run with, we may even make history and who wants to miss out on that! See you on the 10th March guys��

Hunts AC Seniors and Juniors won both team races for an unprecedented fifth race in a row. 

67 Hunts AC runners took part (42 seniors, 25 juniors)

Elaine Livera achieved the highest placing ever (35th) by a Hunts AC female, beating her own 40th place set last month.  First time in club history that a Hunts AC female has led all women home

Seniors (5 Miles) - 387 finishers

Hunts AC Scorers

Men

2nd Jamie Hall 27:15

5th Darren Matthews 29:20

8th Ty Farrer 29:33

19th Rod McKee 30:32

28th Ian Marshall 32:01

30th Ian Gallagher 32:11

37th Richard Adamson 32:55

Women

35th Elaine Livera 32:36

96th Emma Musgrave 35:46

110th Ieva Klavina 36:39

Team Race Scores

1st Hunts AC 370

2nd Bourne 695

3rd Werrington 696

League Standings after 5 Races

1st Hunts AC 80

2nd Riverside Runners 69

3rd BRJ 58

 (16 teams)

 

Juniors (1.5 Miles) - 167 finishers

Boys

3rd Ollie Mills 8:45

5th Ciaran Burke 8:52

8th Kyan Mayo 9:00

9th Markus Downhill 9:01

Girls

57th Caitlan Burke 10:49

 Team Race Scores

1st Hunts AC 82

2nd NVH 110

3rd Bourne 126

League Standings after 5 Races

1st Hunts AC 75

2nd NVH 66

3rd BRJ 62

(15 teams)

 



Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 04/02/2019 07:06:19

03/02/2019  Frostbite League - Bourne Woods  details

Hunts AC Seniors and Juniors won both team races for an unprecedented fifth race in a row. 

67 Hunts AC runners took part (42 seniors, 25 juniors)

Elaine Livera achieved the highest placing ever (35th) by a Hunts AC female, beating her own 40th place set last month.  First time in club history that a Hunts AC female has led all women home

Seniors (5 Miles) - 387 finishers

Hunts AC Scorers

Men

2nd Jamie Hall 27:15

5th Darren Matthews 29:20

8th Ty Farrer 29:33

19th Rod McKee 30:32

28th Ian Marshall 32:01

30th Ian Gallagher 32:11

37th Richard Adamson 32:55

Women

35th Elaine Livera 32:36

96th Emma Musgrave 35:46

110th Ieva Klavina 36:39

Team Race Scores

1st Hunts AC 370

2nd Bourne 695

3rd Werrington 696

League Standings after 5 Races

1st Hunts AC 80

2nd Riverside Runners 69

3rd BRJ 58

 (16 teams)

 

Juniors (1.5 Miles) - 167 finishers

Boys

3rd Ollie Mills 8:45

5th Ciaran Burke 8:52

8th Kyan Mayo 9:00

9th Markus Downhill 9:01

Girls

57th Caitlan Burke 10:49

 Team Race Scores

1st Hunts AC 82

2nd NVH 110

3rd Bourne 126

League Standings after 5 Races

1st Hunts AC 75

2nd NVH 66

3rd BRJ 62

(15 teams)




Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 06/02/2019 07:14:20

05/02/2019  5M Handicap Race  details
Winner & PBs: 1 Adrian Smith 57:27 (40:39), 2 Tina Smith 58:03 (46:39), 4 Sasha Suvorov 59:08 (43:13), 7 Richie Adamson 59:48 (32:51), 8 Matt Hiscock 59:50 (35:17)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 06/02/2019 15:20:35

09/02/2019  East Region Sportshall Champs, Norwich  details
Congratulations to the following who represented Cambridgeshire county in the East Region Sportshall Championships: Toby Carroll, Aaron Hawkins, Moria Howard, Tamzin Digpal-Race, Willow Bedding, Tolu Akinkuoli, Elliot Sly, Thomas Portieri, Hollie Baynes, Eloise Warman, Grace Hart.

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 17/02/2019 18:56:41

16/02/2019  Huntingdon Parkrun PBs  details
26 Alasdair Large 22:03 (PB by 8:44)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 16/02/2019 11:58:34

17/02/2019  Lincolnshire Throws Academy Open, Holbeach  details
U17M SP: 2nd Thomas Smith 10.49m; U15G SP - 4th Willow Bedding 7.80m

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 18/02/2019 04:10:16

17/02/2019  Junior Parkrun, Jubilee Park  details
2 William Crowther 8:06 (PB by 38 secs, 19th to 14th in all-time club rankings), 13 George Connell 9:03 (PB by 13 secs, enters all-time rankings at 21st), 20 Ruby O'Dell 9:51 (enters all-time rankings at 8th)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 17/02/2019 11:34:36

17/02/2019  Eastern Masters Indoor Champs, Lee Valley  details
Sorry, no news report yet?

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 05/12/2018 18:12:07

20/02/2019  Indoor Middle Distance Open  details
Sorry, no news report yet?

  • Event Website/Results:http://www.visitleevalley.org.uk/en/content/cms/outdoors/athletics-centre/competition-entry-forms/indoor-middle-distance-evening/
    Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 05/10/2018 10:01:33

  • 23/02/2019  National XC Champs, Harewood House, Leeds  details
    Sorry, no news report yet?

    Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 05/12/2018 18:12:36

    23/02/2019  Minithon  details
    Sorry, no news report yet?

  • Event Website/Results:http://www.visitleevalley.org.uk/en/content/cms/outdoors/athletics-centre/childrens-athletics-activities/minithon/
    Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 05/10/2018 09:53:54


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