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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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23/06/2019  East Anglian League, Luton  details




Posted by Wayne Dubose on 03/01/2019 14:35:54

15/06/2019  Southern Athletics League, Luton  details

In the second Southern Athletics League meet of the season, this time at Luton, Hunts AC came away with 11 victories and 9 personal bests.  In the throws, Steve Burke won the A string javelin with a PB 32.29m, won the B string hammer with a PB 34.63m and won the B string discus with 27.68m.  Teammate Bob Ellingham took victory in the B string javelin with 22.72m.  On the women's side, team manager Tracy Burton threw the discus out to a PB 20.62m to pick up 2nd in the A string discus.  In the jumps, Jo Abel placed 1st in the B string triple jump with 9.55m, which added 1 cm to her best, consolidates her 3rd spot in the W45 national rankings and puts her just 4 cms from Amy Frary's veteran women's club record set last year.  Jo also equalled her high jump best with a 1.25m clearance for 2nd in the A string event.  Sandra Pedley won the A string pole vault with a 2-metre clearance which consolidates her 4th spot in the W50 national rankings.  Coach Derek Darnell's middle distance runners had a banner day with four of his charges all running their fastest-ever times over 1500m.  In the A string race, Casper Hiscock ran 4:25.1 for 2nd place while Ollie Mills won the B string race with 4:30.7.  Running as non-scorers in the 1500m, Seb Darnell brought his best down to 4:23.7 while Henry Waller took a whopping 13 seconds off his best with 4:39.4.  Also running well over the longer distances, Ty Farrer ran 7:45.0 for 4th place in the A string 2000m steeplechase which puts him in the M45 top 10 national rankings.  Iona Newbegin powered to another sprint double as she won the A string 100m (12.6) and 200m (26.0).  Iona continues to skirt the Under 17 Women's sprint club records of 12.5 (her own and Lizzy Harrison) and 25.8 (set by Helen Fuller in 1988).  Iona later teamed up with Molly May, Ella Reed and Janice Amber to win the 4x100m in 54.5 secs.  Running her first race for Hunts AC, Ella Robinson stormed to a 3-second victory to win the A string 800m in 2:20.0.  The next SAL meet takes place at Walthamstow on 13th July.




Posted by Wayne Dubose on 16/06/2019 15:34:44

15/06/2019  Huntingdon Parkrun PBs  details

21 Tom Waterworth 22:42 (PB by 55 secs)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 15/06/2019 11:53:51

09/06/2019  Southend Half Marathon  details

4 Ty Farrer 75:56

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 10/06/2019 12:04:06

09/06/2019  Sutton Beast 10k  details

8th Richard Adamson 39:51 (course PB), 45th Stuart Laud 45:50, 55th Jim Stocker 47:10, 101st Adrian Smith 51:22, 131st Yvette Adamson 54:08, 206th Tina Smith 61:00 2.5k fun run: 2 Ciaran Burke 9:11, 6 Thomas Richards 9:19, 13 Tom Waterworth 10:01, 14 Caitlan Burke 10:11 (2nd Female), 60 George Harrison 13:08, 65 Vicky Burke 13:20, 75 Steve Burke 13:48, 143 Evie Green 17:09 (224 finishers)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 10/06/2019 11:03:02

09/06/2019  Riverside Junior Parkrun, St Neots  details

At the inaugural Riverside Junior Parkrun in St Neots today, Max Carrington knocked 25 seconds off his 2km PB with 9 mins 15 seconds to finish 13th.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 09/06/2019 14:41:47

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Forthcoming Events
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Sunday 30th June
Ramsey 10k details
Sunday 30th June
Eastern Counties Championships, Cambridge details
Monday 1st July
Eastern Masters League, Peterborough details
Wednesday 3rd July
Peterborough 5K Series - Ferry Meadows (water sports centre) details
Thursday 4th July
TrackFest, Sandy details
Sunday 7th July
Club Championships details
Tuesday 9th July
Kettering Open Meet details
Saturday 13 July
Southern Athletics League, Walthamstow details

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