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August 2019 News Reports

03/08/2019  Huntingdon Parkrun  details
5 Sam Wootton 19:28 (PB by 2:01, enters Hunts AC all-time rankings at 43rd)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 04/08/2019 07:52:46

04/08/2019  Riverside 10k  details
1 Mark Barry 36:08, 2 Darren Matthews 36:24, 12 Carl Rooney 40:24, 31 Arseniy Suvorov 43:28 , 96 Caroline Archer 49:34, 249 Sasha Suvorov 59:42, 258 Vasiliy Suvorov 60:11, 351 Peter Whitehead 68:04 2k Fun Run: 2 Ciaran Burke 6:52 (2nd U15B), 8 Caitlan Burke 8:34 (3rd U15G), 31 Max Carrington 9:17 (3rd U13B)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 05/08/2019 11:51:38

04/08/2019  East Anglian League, Peterborough  details

Contesting the final regular season East Anglian League meet this time at Peterborough, Huntingdonshire AC put in a strong team performance to finish 2nd overall behind Norwich AC with many athletes putting in standout performances.  In the Under 17 Men's competition, Thomas Smith claimed a hat-trick of A string throwing victories in the shot putt (11.61m), discus (34.85m) and hammer throw (36.53m).  In the same age group, our sprinters picked up a clean sweep.  In the 100m A race, Jason Bogle ran a personal best 11.4 secs to take the win, while Brandon Alves won the B string race in 11.9 secs.  Jason followed up with a win in the A string 200m (23.6 secs) with Brandon duly taking first in the B race with a personal best 23.8 secs.  Contesting the Under 15 Girls sprints, similar to Jason, Lizzy Harrison claimed victory in both A string sprints, running the 100m in 13.0 secs and the 200m in 26.8secs.  Backing Lizzy up in the 100m, Sophie Bambridge won the B race in 13.7 secs.  Earlier, Sophie won the A string long jump with a best-ever 4.71m.  She is jumping half a metre further than in 2018.  Our Senior Women were low on numbers but what they lacked in quantity, they made up with quality.  In the 400m A race, Franki Riley attacked from the start and held on well to win with 60.5 secs, taking half a second off her best.  She later ran 27.3 secs for the third time this year to equal her personal best.   On the comeback trail, Ella Blake comfortably won the A string 800m with 2:25.5, her fastest time for four years.  Out in the field, Jo Abel placed first in the A string triple jump with 9.55m.  In the Under 13 Boys 800m, Tom Waterworth front-ran the whole way to take the win in 2:30.1 with Kieran Still winning the B race with 2:37.7.  Also in the Under 13 Boys, newcomer Max Jackson won the A string shot putt with 9.00m.  This placed him six feet ahead of his nearest rival and puts him at 45th in the national rankings.  In the same age bracket, Toby Carroll finished 1st equal in the A string high jump and was further rewarded with a personal best in the 75m hurdles when placing 3rd with 15.8 secs.  In the Under 17 Women's 800m A race, Ella Robinson was fully 20 metres behind her Norwich rival with 200 metres to go.  However, Ella held her form superbly as her opponent began to falter, overtaking the Norwich athlete in the last few metres to win by 0.2 secs with 2:23.1.  In the Under 13 Girls events, Hollie Baynes won the A string discus with 15.43m, a tantalising 3 cms from her best.  Hollie did achieve a personal best when placing 2nd in the A string shot putt with 5.46m.  Next stop, the Final in Bury St Edmunds on 8th September.

Under 13 Boys

PBs:  100m A Nigel Coleman 13.8 (4), B Jaden Coleman 14.1 (2); 1500m B Livio Mosca 5:37.2 (2); 75m Hurdles B William Crowther 17.4 (2); HJ B William Crowther 1.10 (1); SP B Livio Mosca 5.64 (2); JT A Alasdair Large 22.85 (4)

Team result:  2nd 135 pts

Under 15 Boys

PBs:  300m A Jacob Preston 42.7 (3); 800m B Sam Wootton 2:23.4 (1); 1500m B Dominic Pauley 4:54.9 (1); SP B Ollie Francis 7.06 (2); DT A Ollie Francis 19.34 (5)

Additional B string win:  DT Chris Irons 19.15

Team result:  2nd 147 pts

U17 Men

PBs: HJ A Isaac Hayes 1.60 (3=); JT A Ayo Opaleye 24.98 (2)

B string win:  LJ Isaac Hayes 5.34

Team result:  2nd 117 pts

Senior Men

PB:  HJ A Martin Gardner 1.45 (6)

B string win: DT Steve Burke 25.48

Under 13 Girls

PBs:  200m A Faith Harrison 30.0 (2); 800m A Ella Watson 2:49.1 (3); 1500m A Eden Baxendale 6:06.6 (2); 70m Hurdles Amy Lewis 15.7 (3); LJ A Eliza Mardon 4.20 (2); JT A Sophia Prew 18.82 (2)

Team result:  2nd 118 pts

Under 15 Girls

PBs:  200m B Jessica Bambridge 31.9 (3); 300m B Lucia Mosca 46.8 (4)

Team result:  2nd 136 pts

Under 17 Women

PBs:  LJ A Charlotte Watson 3.58 (4); JT A Ellie Linnell 11.62 (4)

Team result:  3rd 74 pts

Non-scoring PBs

U13B HJ Livio Mosca 1.30; U15B Aedan Lydon 4:55.4

Under 11s PBs

Jessica Waterworth LJ 2.67, SP 4.38; 600m Samuel Woodhall 2:03.2; SP Anjola Opaleye 4.77

 



Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 06/08/2019 17:42:38

06/08/2019  Kettering Open Meet  details
Yinka Opaleye

H3 100m 12.29s / 0.0w (4th)

H4 200m 24.87s / +1.4w (5th) PB by 0.13; missed club veteran's record by 0.03 secs.

Jessica Waterworth

H2 75m 13.07s / +0.3w (3rd) New PB

H1 150m 27.05s / +2.7w (5th) PB by 1.01

Tom Waterworth

Mile 5:41.84 (6th) PB by 15.16 secs



Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 07/08/2019 15:42:02

06/08/2019  5M Handicap Race  details
Winner/PBs: 1 Yvette Adamson 57:39 (41:29), 3 Richard Adamson 58:45 (31:31) - 12th to 10th in all-time rankings, 6 Sarah Haythornthwaite 59:52 (43:09) - 26th to 25th in all-time rankings, 8 Lilly O'Dell 60:46 (39:14) - enters rankings in 11th, 14 Ryan O'Dell 61:36 (43:11) first time

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 08/08/2019 07:25:23

08/08/2019  ThrowsFest, Sandy  details
U15G DT - 1st Willow Bedding 25.63 PB (ranks 43rd in the country); HT - 1st Willow Bedding 24.69 PB; U13B SP - 1st Max Jackson 8.51

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 13/08/2019 09:17:18

10/08/2019  British Masters Championships, Birmingham  details
Gold W45 LJ Jo Abel 4.57m - Achieved on Saturday with her last jump. W45 TJ Jo Abel 9.92 - Achieved on Sunday with her first jump. New club veteran women's record. Goes 11th in the British Masters W45 all-time rankings. Silver W50 PV Sandra Pedley 1.80m M50 TJ Neil Carrington 11.06m Other Hunts AC Results M45 100m Yinka Opaleye 12.18 (6) M45 200m Yinka Opaleye 25.53 (5) M50 LJ Philip Bowers 4.94m (5) M50 TJ Philip Bowers 10.21 (5) M50 HT Bob Ellingham 40.16m (4)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 13/08/2019 09:10:43

11/08/2019  Jubilee Parkrun  details
1 Tom Waterworth 7:33 2 Alasdair Large 7:38 3 Aaron Hawkins 8:01 8 Finn Solomon 8:52 (PB by 21 secs, 27th to 25th in Hunts AC all-time rankings)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 11/08/2019 10:52:07

11/08/2019  Newark Half Marathon  details
59th Richard Adamson 1:25.01 PB 469th Yvette Adamson 1:51:32 1099 Finishers

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 11/08/2019 17:20:42

14/08/2019  Barney 5km  details
Sorry, no news report yet?

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 02/06/2019 08:48:44

17/08/2019  Southern Athletics League, Thurrock  details

Franki Riley and sisters Hannah & Sarah Ridley were top Hunts AC performers in the final Southern Athletics League meet of the season, held at Havering, with each picking up an A string victory.  Franki comfortably won her 400 race by four seconds with 62.1 secs, while Hannah took first in the 800m with 2:20.2.  Sarah placed first in the shot putt with 9.96m.  Martin Gardner picked up a couple of personal bests in the triple jump (7.49m) and discus (31.70m) with Bob Ellingham winning the B string in the latter event with a hurl of 29.96m.  Further personal bests came from Seb Darnell in the 2000m steeplechase (7:25.6 which gets him a national top 100 entry) and Maisie Isaac in the long jump (4.19m).




Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 19/08/2019 10:48:48

18/08/2019  Kimbolton Half Marathon  details
Male: 8 Ty Farrer 77:39 (1st M40), 9 Edward Crothall 77:51, 52 Arseniy Suvorov 91:15, 110 Bruce Grimley 1:42:50 (3rd M60), 138 John Harrison 1:47:10 Female: 129 Sasha Suvorov 2:09:43, 132 Diane Bunch 2:09:05, 178 Tess Minns 2:20:12, 220 Julia Tebbs 3:00:59 Fun Run: Male: 1 Ciaran Burke 8:04, 8 Steve Burke 11:14 (3rd M40) Female: 3 Caitlan Burke 10:16 (2nd U15G)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 19/08/2019 10:45:08

18/08/2019  Thorney 5M  details
8 Nick Osborn 27:48 (3rd SM), 83 Ryan O'Dell 35:59, 100 Jim Stocker 36:56 (1st M70), 105 Caroline Archer 37:07, 106 Lilly O'Dell 37:18, 145 Pauline Stocker 39:57 (312 finishers)


Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 18/08/2019 12:40:04

18/08/2019  Newport Junior parkrun  details
Tom Waterworth placed first in the Newport Junior parkrun in 7:39, a course PB by 20 secs. Four of the five who finished immediately behind Tom have faster PBs.

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 19/08/2019 14:10:58

18/08/2019  SEAA U17M Champs, Ashford  details
TJ Ayo Opaleye 12.93 (7); SP Thomas Smith 10.91 (8); DT Thomas Smith 35.77 (7) PB

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 20/08/2019 10:28:18

20/08/2019  Corby Open Meet  details
75m

R1 Anjola Opaleye 13.0s (1) PB

100m

R1 Alasdair Large 16.2s (5)

150m

R1  Anjola Opaleye 26.8s (1)

200m

R2 Alasdair Large 32.7s (5)

Mile

R3 Tom Waterworth 5:35.2 (6)

R3 Alasdair Large 5:45.5 (9)




Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 22/08/2019 11:39:41

24/08/2019  Huntingdon Parkrun  details
7th Ollie Mills 18:47 (first time; enter Hunts AC all-time rankings at 27th), 9th Dominic Pauley 19:29 (PB by 23 secs, enters rankings at 45th)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 24/08/2019 11:54:50

31/08/2019  Kettering Open Meet  details
Sorry, no news report yet?

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 19/03/2019 08:59:13


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