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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 enquires@huntsac.org.uk

 

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17/08/2014  Thorney 5 Mile  details

In very windy conditions at the Thorney 5-mile race, Matt Pyatt led the way for Hunts AC with a 3rd place finish out of 230 runner with 27:24. Geoff Brewster placed 1st in the M55 category with 31:22, while Jim Stocker took 1st in the M65 section with 34:20.

3 Matt Pyatt 31:22, 26 Geoff Brewster 31:22, 59 James Stocker 34:20, 86 Kelly Crawford 36:25, 109 Jo Muspratt 38:30, 128 Karen Cameron 40:53

  • Event Website/Results:http://www.thorneyrunningclub.co.uk/events/event.php?s=2014-08-17-thorney-5-mile-fun-run
    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 18/08/2014 07:48:03

  • 17/08/2014  East Anglian League - St Ives (hosted by C&C)  details

    At the final East Anglian League meet of the season held at the St Ives track, and up against powerhouse clubs Nene Valley Harriers and Cambridge & Coleridge, Huntingdonshire AC held its own with 33 victories, 1 club record, 1 age group team win and 4 age group team runner-up positions. In the Under 17 Men's competition, and in the very last race of the meet, Mat Hick, Sam Durnan, Owain Collard and Owen King won the combined U17M and Senior Men's 4x100m relay race by close to 20 metres. In the process, they ran 45.7 secs to reduce the Hunts AC U17M's club record by 0.1 secs. This was no mean feat as the previous record-setting team included the club's fastest-ever sprinter Ryan Palmer, previous 150m club record holder Hakeem Duckworth-Porter, and English Schools Championship performers Tom Johnson and Jordan Gillbanks. Earlier in the meet, Owen won the A string 100m in 11.6 and the 200m in 23.5, while Owain Collard was victorious in the A string 400m in 52.3, over 20 metres ahead of the runner-up. In the Under 15 Boys section, James Gowland was the sole A string winner, running 44.6 for the 300m and Taylor Gilmour the only B string winner (in the javelin). Nevertheless, with excellent strength in depth across all the events, the U15B team finished second overall. The Under 13 Boys team performed superbly, beating Nene Valley Harriers in the team competition by six points. Leading the team off at the start of the meet, Jack Wyles raced to victory in 75m hurdles in 14.4, while teammate Cameron Reid cleaned up in the B race with 15.2. Jack and Cameron later teamed up with Jamie Francklin and George Terry to win the 4x100m in 58.4, just holding off Nene Valley Harriers who received the same time. Toby Porter won the B string 800m in 2:44.8. There were clean sweeps in the jumps with Jamie winning the A string high jump with 1.35 backed up by the B string 1.25m winning effort of George Terry, while George won the A string long jump by 0.01cm with 4.08m with Jack Wyles picking up his second win of the day, placing first in the B string with 3.99m. The throws boys also contributed significantly to the team win with George Hamilton-Smith securing the discus (14.67m) and javelin (23.05m) A string wins and Nathan Coker reaching out to a personal best 7.20m to win the B string shot putt by almost one meter. In the Under 13 Girls events, Mia Fairbrother-Burton added a significant 66cms to her shot putt best to win the A string shot putt by well over a metre. Her 8.31m distance places Mia just outside to top 50 in the country. Ellie Burgess picked up the B string win with 7.26m, also winning by over a metre. In the javelin A string, Mia gained her second victory with 16.30m. She also improved her discus PB to 20.20m which places her in the top 60 in the country. In the Under 15 Girls competition, Jasmine Hope won the 100m/200m A string sprint double in 13.2 and 28.5 respectively, while Nicole Covell won the B string 200m by over a second in 29.6. In the field, Harriet Bruce gained the A string jumps double, winning the high jump with 1.35m and the long jump with 4.15m. For good measure, Harriet also won the B string 75m hurdles race. In the Senior Women's group competition, which includes Under 17 events, team manager Siobhan Skinner got the ball rolling by winning the 800m by 7 seconds in 2:29.2 with Lucy Waller knocking 5 seconds off her personal best to win the B race in 2:38.5. Showing good depth in the middle distance events, Ella Blake won the A string 1500m by over 20 seconds with 5:10.6 with Polly Smith gaining first place in the B race with 5:27.2. In the field, Charlie Batterbee secured a 5-metre win in the U17W hammer throw with 37.34m, just 0.06 cms away from her club record, while Diane Pereira won the U17W javelin with 18.49m, the same distance as the runner-up. Diana won on the basis of her second throw being further than her opponents'. In the jumps, Chelbie Furness high jumped a personal best 1.35m to gain the B string win. Hunts AC made a little bit of club history with six age group teams (out of the maximum seven) qualifying for the East Anglian League Finals at Bury St Edmunds on 14th September. Last year, Hunts AC qualified a then-record four age groups into the Finals and prior to that, no more than two age groups had made it.

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 18/08/2014 16:11:33

    13/08/2014  Barney Memorial 5K  details

    20 Wayne Gimblett 17:52, 57 Jim Stocker 20:28, 58 Kelly Crawford 20:30, 78 Alan Burgin 21:18, 134 Chloe Wilson 25:21 (165 finishers)

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 19/08/2014 06:47:29

    13/08/2014  Watford Open  details

    800m Race 4 - Shannon Flockhart 2:33:29 (6); Race 5 - Siobhan Skinner 2:30.33 (4); Race 8 - Ella Blake 2:21.18 (6)

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 15/08/2014 08:36:27

    11/08/2014  Peterborough 5k Series Positions  details

    The overall series positions (provisional at the moment) are now published for the Peterborough 5k series. Between us we have done very well for Hunts AC
    peterboroughgpseries.com/page5.htm

    The series positions are complied by adding the finish positions from a minimum of any three races from the total of five that make up the full series. There were six Hunts AC members to complete the at least the minimum requirement this year, with three of them, Steve Church, Katy Burgin and Chloe Wilson completing all five races.

    Their series positions from the 210 runners that qualified for a series position this year are as follows:
    Steve Church 19th 61pts
    Wayne Gimblett 23rd 73pts
    Rod McKee 37th 123pts
    Katy Burgin 72nd 235pts
    Alan Burgin 75th 242pts
    Chloe Wilson 148th 466pts

    Alan Burgin did enough to finish as the 2nd MV60 but has actually been placed as 1st MV55 due to getting less points than the next runner in that group. (The first MV60 has been placed 1st in the MV50 group!) Chloe Wilson also did very well and was 3rd in the LU17 group. Both Steve and Wayne narrowly missed out on top three places as they both finished 4th in their age groups. Katy was 5th lady overall in the series.

    Prize giving for the series will be after the Barney memorial 5k at Peterborough next Wednesday 13th August.

    Alan Burgin

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 11/08/2014 13:17:45

    10/08/2014  Biggleswade Throws Fest - Sandy  details

    At the Biggleswade Throws Fest at Sandy, Declan Rice finished the meet with two wins and a personal best in his third event. Winning the Under 15 Boys hammer with 39.20m and the discus with 27.80m, Declan also added 26 cms to his shot putt PB with 10.19m. Meanwhile, Chloe Wilson improved her best with the 3kg hammer by 6.63m with a throw of 23.84m. Her sister, Megan, finished 3rd in the U15G's hammer with 21.88m.

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 10/08/2014 14:05:43

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    Tuesday 26th August
    Intra-Club Meet - St Ives 100/200m (U11), 150 (U13+), 300m (U15+), 1000m (U11+), LJ (U11+) details
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    Intra-Club Meet - St Ives 100/200m (U11), 150 (U13+), 300m (U15+), 2000m (U15+), SP (U11+) 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
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    Club 10,000m Track Champs details
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    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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