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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’re 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


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Hunts AC's club kit website - (click on Junior Sizes or Adult Sizes).

Last year, a contingent of Hunts AC'er and family went to the Diamond League Grand Prix meet in Birmingham. Apart from seeing Mo Farah break the British record for two miles, the club youngsters were able to get lots of autographs of famous athletes. We plan to go again this year. Sunday, June 7 - IAAF Diamond League - Alexander Stadium, BirminghamWe will travel there and back by coach. Cost will include tickets (price unknown at the moment but bearable) and subsidised coach fare. If you're interested, let Wayne know. You're not committing financially at this stage, just expressing interest.

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Latest Six News Items

03/03/2015  5M Handicap Race  details

While Erik Martin won the race by 40 seconds, Karen Gracey knocked one second off her PB with 37:05 to consolidate her 17th place in the all-time rankings. 1 Erik Martin 56:48 (36:26), 2 Hilary McConville 57:28 (45:52), 3 Pauline Stocker 57:44 (40:18), 4 Andrew Herne 57:57 (41:44), 5 Julia Tebbs 58:14 (58:14), 6 Karen Gracey 59:41 (37:05), 7 Bryan Humphreys 59:41 (36:54), 8 Yvette Adamson 60:33 (42:25), 9 Bob Hudson 60:53 (42:57) - actual times in brackets.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 05/03/2015 09:26:40

01/03/2015  Frostbite League  details

In the final Frostbite League cross country race of the season held at Hinchingbrooke School, Huntingdonshire AC Seniors finished a close 32 race points behind winners Nene Valley Harriers. This put Hunts AC in the runner-up position in the final league standings just two league points behind NVH with Riverside Runners a further 13 league points behind in 3rd place. Club stalwart Dave Connell, who turned 40 just three days earlier, once again led the team home in 4th place in the 357-strong field. Running her best-ever cross country race, Siobhan Skinner finished in 66th place overall and 3rd woman across the line. Likewise, 16-year-old Polly Smith had an excellent race, completing the course in 89th and 5th woman. Had Polly been 10 weeks younger, she would have qualified to take part in the junior race. Similar to the Seniors, the Hunts AC Juniors finished the team race in the runner-up position just four tantalising race points behind PACTRAC which put them in 3rd place for the season. With one more season still left in the junior ranks, Joey Croft finished in 2nd position while Amy Chalmers placed 21st overall and first girl in the race. This was the third year running that both the Hunts AC Seniors and Juniors had collected a shield for placing in the top three teams in the final standings. In the end-of-season cross country awards evening held later that evening, Polly Smith was presented with the club's revered Senior Golden 10 trophy judged on 10 races over the winter. In the Junior category, the trophy was shared for the first time ever, between Joey Croft and Shannon Flockhart. Amelia Darnell was given a special presentation by her team manager (and Dad) for competing in more Frostbite League Junior races than any other Hunts AC runner since we entered the league in 2000. Running her final race as a Junior today, Amelia took part in 35 out of a possible 40 races. Well done, Amelia!

Seniors: 4 Dave Connell 28:17, 26 Tom Walker 31:44, 27 Steve Church 31:55, 39 Rod McKee 32:38, 42 Shane Hunt 32:43, 56 Sean Barker 33:26, 59 Ian Marshall 33:29, 66 Siobhan Skinner 33:44, 68 Daniel Rigby 33:44, 89 Polly Smith 34:49, 90 Andrew Enticknap 34:50, 149 Caroline King 37:02, 150 Bryan Humphreys 37:05, 156 Jim Stocker 37:31, 181 Karen Gracey 38:43, 187 Karen Cameron 39:03, 195 Jo Muspratt 39:43, 205 Peter German 40:28, 236 Pauline Stocker 42:06, 241 Chloe Wilson 42:18, 263 Maggie Mulholland 43:19, 273 Andrew Herne 43:54, 279 Yvette Adamson 44:14, 313 Di Gannon 48:06, 342 Sarah Smith 54:02 (357 finished)

Juniors: 2 Joey Croft 9:28, 17 Charlie Evans 10:49, 18 Oliver Pocklington 10:55, 21 Amy Chalmers 11:01, 30 Seb Darnell 11:12, 44 Lucy Waller 11:40, 53 Amelia Darnell 11:49, 54 Howard Croft 11:52, 66 Jodie Vuylsteke 12:11, 68 Markus Downhill 12:12, 70 Sophie Worrall 12:15, 71 Shannon Flockhart 12:15, 77 Edward Cox 12:21, 103 Josh Doyle 12:58, 106 Angel Lyden 13:01, 116 Ben Andrell 13:10, 122 Henry Waller 13:20, 140 Adam Taylor 13:47, 147 Nathan Hilton 13:59, 160 Ella Couchman 14:18, 162 Tom Braddock 14:20, 168 Eleanor Phipps 14:29, 175 Ellie Linnell 14:44, 182 Barnaby Smith 14:50, 198 Megan Wilson 15:35, 206 Daniel Wilkinson 16:44 (216 finished)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 05/03/2015 07:52:30

28/02/2015  Minithon, Lee Valley  details

Competing in a three-event Minithon at Lee Valley in London, Lizzy Harrison equalled her Under 11 Girls' club indoor 60m record when winning her race in 9.4 secs. Lizzie also set a new club record in the 200m which she covered in 32.0 secs. Combined with her long jump, Lizzy finished in the top 10 in the Minithon out of 62 competitors to earn a gold medal. After getting stuck in traffic on the way to the Minithon, Katie Warren and Ella Couchman just about made it to the start of the 60m, with Ella not even having time to put on her spikes. The girls both ran 10.2 secs for their inaugural indoor bests. With more time to prepare for the long jump, both girls excelled with Ella adding in excess of half a metre to her official best with 3.52m while Katie improved her personal best by 27 cms with 3.30m. Ella and Katie managed to get an autograph and a photo with international athlete Ashleigh Nelson who won bronze in the 2014 European Championships 100m and was also part of the British record-setting 4x100m relay team from last year.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 02/03/2015 08:03:31

23/02/2015  British Universities Championships, Sheffield  details

Lily Seach finished 3rd in her 400m heat with 60.30 secs, reducing her four-year-old Senior Women's club record by 1.74 secs. Luke Scott ran 2:00.94 for 4th place in his 800m heat, an indoor PB by 4.18 secs. Laurel Phelan improved her indoor high jump best from 1.40m to 1.43m. Tom Johnson ran 52.19 for 2nd in his 400m heat.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 23/02/2015 11:10:51

23/02/2015  Open Meet, Lee Valley  details

After setting a personal best in the 60m hurdles with 10.47 secs, Harriet Bruce cleared 1.45m in the high jump to set new Hunts AC Under 15 Girls and Under 17 Women's indoor high jump records, adding 3 cms to the height cleared by Daniella McGrory nine years ago. Harriet very nearly cleared 1.50m on the third attempt; her body cleared it easily but she just caught it with her calves. Nicole Covell also had a satisfying day by winning her 800m race in 2:34.86 and equalling her high jump record with 1.35m. She also ran 10.42 for 5th place in the 60m hurdles.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 23/02/2015 18:05:30

22/02/2015  Tarpley 10  details

43 Bruce Grimley 67:18.5 (1st M60 by 1:47) - 353 finishers

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 26/02/2015 15:52:39

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