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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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23/06/2018  Huntingdon Parkrun PBs  details

93 Cerys Davis 26:20 (PB by 50 secs; moves from 45th to 40th in club all-time rankings.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 23/06/2018 11:36:12

23/06/2018  Southern Athletics League, Watford  details



Posted by Wayne Dubose on 20/09/2017 09:08:58

20/06/2018  County Development Meet, St Ives  details



Posted by Wayne Dubose on 21/01/2018 09:31:44

20/06/2018  Peterborough 5K Grand Prix, Eye  details

Alan Burgin reports: It was warm and windy at Eye for the second of the five races in the Peterborough 5k series. In previous years, there has been a good turnout by Hunts AC athletes for the first race, then a decreasing number for races 2, 3 and 4 and finally a show of interest for the last race. It looks as if this season may be different. Sixteen of us ran in race 1 and it was 16 again for race 2, so perhaps this will mean a big turnout for all 5 races, including the one at Stamford (race 4). Don't be put off by the travel distance or the fact that this is a "not quite so flat course"; after all, there is only one hill (you go up it twice and down it twice, and I think there is about 200m of flat in the whole 5k, so what is there not to like!). 14th Rod McKee 17:47 26th Ian Gallagher 18:21 36th Carl Rooney 18:39 97th Ieva Klavina 20:36 110th Bruce Grimley 20:58 113th Jeff Mercer 21:03 121st Dave Spurle 21:31 132nd Jim Stocker 21:39 136th Caroline King 21:52 151st Alan Burgin 22:17 165th Amy Steele 22:44 196th Adrian Smith 23:54 222nd Pauline Stocker 25:00 224th Georgia Hill 25:02 249th Chloe Wilson 25:57 265th Jess Mann 26:33 There were 373 finishers. Next race, Ferry Meadows Wednesday 4th July.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 22/06/2018 09:45:52

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  East Anglian League, Luton  details




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

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