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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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31/08/2014  Junior Parkrun, Milton Park  details

Taking part in her third Junior Parkrun at Milton Park, Shannon Flockhart didn't finish at the head of the field for the first time. Mind you, she was beaten by two boys as she finished third with a 7-second personal best of 7:52 which consolidates her position as the second fastest JW11-14 over this course. The Flockhart family was out in force as her 8-year-old sister Lexi placed 12th in 8:34, a 20-second improvement which strengthens her status as the JW10 record holder over the Milton Park course, and also her sister Evie who ran 10:25 for 36th place out of 94 finishers. Not bad for a 6-year-old! Running this race for the first time, Seb Darnell finished in 6th place with 8:13, while Sophie Worrall reduced her best by a significant 35 seconds, placing 14th with 8:41.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 31/08/2014 12:40:52

30/08/2014  Parkruns  details

Matt Pyatt showed that he is in continued excellent form by finishing first out of 222 runners at the King's Lynn parkrun in a new personal best time of 16:17, a 3-second improvement. At Huntingdon parkrun, Polly Smith regained her position at the top of the Hunts AC all-time rankings by knocking a 21-sec chunk off of her previous best with 20:42. Finishing a couple of minutes ahead of Polly, Simon Margot placed 3rd overall in 18:24, a 12-sec personal best. The Short family took part in parkrun for the first time with son Joseph finishing 60th in 25:57, mum Jo just one place behind with the same time and son Sam in 69th with 26:20. In 81st position, Eleanor Phipps reduced her personal best by 25 secs with 26:49, while Sarah Smith took 29 secs off her best with 30:17 for 117th place out of 179 finishers.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 30/08/2014 12:21:33

27/08/2014  Watford AC Open  details

1500m: Race 1 - 5th Seb Darnell 5:37.37; Race 2 - 14th Amelia Darnell 5:36.30; Race 3 2nd Amy Chalmers 5:06.40

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 30/08/2014 12:02:32

26/08/2014  Hunts AC Intra-Club Meet  details

At the first of two late-season Huntingdonshire AC intra-club evening meets, 36 athletes took part, setting 11 club records with 9 in just one race. In the first 1000 metres event, a race designed to attack various age group club records, this goal was reached in stupendous fashion. Taking the pace out, Ian Gallagher was instrumental in dragging along others in pursuit of records. Ian held on for the win in 2:55.6 with Joey Croft and Ryan Boden both crossing the line in a virtual dead heat. In fact, Joey was just given the verdict but both athletes were timed at 2:56.0. For Joey, this removed 1.9 seconds from Christopher Smith's 7-year-old Under 15 Boys' and Under 17 Men's records with Ryan being credited with an equal share of the Under 17 Men's record. Finishing in 4th place, and first female in the field of 14, Ella Blake's 3:11.0 knocked 7.5 secs of both the Under 17 and Under 20 Women's records. Further down the field, Shannon Flockhart crossed the finish line in 3:31.7 to reduce the previous Under 13 Girls record by almost 7 seconds. Less than 5 seconds later, running 3:36.4, Ashley Quince beat his own Under 11 Boys club record by close to 6 seconds. Next up, Rachel Porter knocked a huge 20 seconds off the Veteran Women's record while Angel Lyden finished 10 seconds later in 3:55.1 to take a significant 13 seconds off her own U11G record. Quite a race! In the 300m race 1, Owen King led from start to finish winning by over 30 metres to record 38.6 secs which took 1.7 secs off Christian Roberts' 9-year-old U17M club record. Although finishing at the back, Paula Waller had the satisfaction of establishing a new Veteran Women's record over this distance with 56.1 secs.

200m: Race 1 - 1 Harry Godsell 34.1, 2 Ellie Linnell 36.0, 3 Joseph Field 38.0, 4 Jason Hart 40.8; Race 2 - 1 Joseph Purbrick 31.6, 2 Ashley Quince 33.4, 3 Howard Croft 34.6
300m: Race 1 - 1 Owen King 38.6 Club U17M record, 2 Ryan Boden 43.3, 3 James Gowland 44.0, 4 Joey Croft 46.4; Race 2 - 1 Lily Seach 43.9, 2 Ella Blake 45.9, 3 Jada Griffin-Howard 46.8, 4 Paula Waller 56.1 Club VW record
1000m: Race 1 - 1 Ian Gallagher 2:55.6, 2 Joey Croft 2:56.0 Club U15B/U17M records, 3 Ryan Boden 2:56.0 Club U17M record, 4 Ella Blake 3:11.0 Club U17W/U20W records, 5 Polly Smith 3:30.4, 6 Shannon Flockhart 3:31.7 Club U13G record, 7 Ashley Quince 3:36.4 Club U11B record, 8 Eddie Brand 3:37.4, 9 Howard Croft 3:41.5, 10 Rachel Porter 3:45.1 Club VW record, 11 Angel Lyden 3:55.1 Club U11G record, 12 Sophie Worrall 3:57.2, 13 Jason Hunt 4:02.8, 14 Eleanor Phipps 4:08.3; Race 2 - 1 Connor Lyden 4:00.6, 2 Julian Priest 4:01.7, 3 Nathan Hilton 4:30.9
LJ: Under 11 Girls - 1 Angel Lyden 2.75; Under 11 Boys - 1 Joseph Purbrick 3.94, 2 Ashley Quince 3.17, 3 Howard Croft 3.09, 4 Harry Godsell 2.78, 5 Joseph Field 2.75, 6 Henry Waller 2.61; Under 13 Girls - 1 Eleanor Phipps 3.26, 2 Chloe Nelson 3.10, 3 Charlotte Field 3.05, 4 Poppy O'Driscoll 2.82, 5 Neve Wilsher 2.20; Under 13 Boys - 1 Adam Taylor 4.04, 2 Julian Priest 3.88, 3 Charles Godsell 3.65, 4 George Hamilton-Smith 3.47, 5 Connor Lyden 3.36, 6 Nathan Hilton 3.24, 7 Dan Slade 3.14; Under 15 Girls - 1 Harriet Bruce 3.99; Veteran Women - 1 Paula Waller 3.49

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 30/08/2014 15:19:21

24/08/2014  Junior Parkrun - Milton Park  details

In a 70-strong field at the Milton Park junior parkrun 2k, Shannon Flockhart finished first for the second time in as a many attempts. Her 7:59 clocking saw her knock 8 secs off her best as she finished 24 secs clear of another Hunts AC runner, Cameron Eakins, who placed first in the JM10 category with a 29-sec personal best of 8:23. Shannon's eight-year-old sister Lexi finished 9th overall in 8:54, a 24-second improvement on her previous best, which was also a new JW10 course record by 7 seconds.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 25/08/2014 07:34:25

23/08/2014  Bedford 5k Parkrun  details

Age Grade
Sophie Worrall
Bedford Parkrun PB stays at 00:24:28

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    Thursday 4th September
    Intra-Club Meet - St Ives 100/200m (U11), 150 (U13+), 300m (U15+), 2000m (U15+), SP (U11+) details
    Sunday 7th September
    Bedford Harriers 10k details
    Sunday 14th September
    East Anglian League Finals - Bury St Edmunds details
    Sunday 28th September
    Eastern Athletics Association (including Cambridge County Athletics Association) Combined Events Cha details
    Tuesday 30th September
    Club 10,000m Track Champs details
    Sunday 5th October
    Frostbite League - Priory Park details
    Sunday 12th October
    Ryston Runners XC Grand Prix - Shouldham Warren details
    Saturday 18th October
    Annual Presentation Evening - St Ives Corn Exchange (7 - 10 pm) details

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