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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

 

Club Announcements
The Keith Ward Indoor Meet is online entry only this year:
https://events.athleticsnorfolk.org.uk/entry.aspx
The form sent out is out of date.

Annual Subscriptions Due
10% discount if paid by 31 January.
Options for payment are:
a. By cash (in an envelope with your name(s) on) or cheque payable to Hunts AC (with name(s) on reverse) to your coach, Wayne or Hilary.
b. Mail cheque to Wayne DuBose, 41 Ansley Way, St Ives PE27 6SN.
c. Pay via BACS - Same bank details as previous. Email dubose@enterprise.net if you don't have. Put your name down as the reference.
If paying in January, the cost is
Family - 45
Senior (ages 20+) - 27
Junior (age 19 and younger) - 22.50
A new membership form does not need to be completed for current members.

Southern Athletics League
Saturday 15th April Venue: Lee Valley
Saturday 20th May Venue: Luton
Saturday 17th June Venue: St. Albans
Saturday 8th July Venue: St. Ives (home)
Saturday 19th August Venue: Peterborough

If youre Under 17 and above and interested, please contact Tracy Burton, SAL Team Manager, at tracyburton53@hotmail.com or leave your name and email address on the sheet on the notice board with the events you would like to compete in.

Huntingdonshire AC will turn half a century old later this year. It all began at a meeting at St Peter's School on October 19th, 1967 where, in the minutes of that meeting, the following statement appeared: It was proposed by Mr. W.G. Stringer, seconded by Mr. W. Oldhall and resolved: That an Athletics Club be formed.

We're going to celebrate this occasion with a Dinner & Dance at the Brunel Suite, Slepe Hall on Saturday, 11th November. Apart from current members, hopefully we can get those from past history to also attend. Cost will be 30 per ticket and is limited to 200. Tickets will go on sale from Wednesday, 1st February. Spread the word. If you think you'll be attending, please make a comment below. You may inspire others.

The Annual Presentation Evening will take place as usual at the St Ives Corn Exchange on Saturday, October 21st.

Hunts AC Official Website
Latest Eight News Items

22/01/2017 Folksworth 15  details

5 club runners take on the FOlksworth 15[...Full report...]

22/01/2017 British Athletics Cross Challenge 2016/17 - Cardiff  details

In the penultimate British Athletics Cross Challenge 2016/17 race at Cardiff, Huntingdonshire AC sisters Lexi and Shannon Flockhart came through their cross country races with flying colours. Running the Under 11 Girls 1.7k race in 7:07, Lexi won by [...Full report...]

21/01/2017 Parkruns  details

Lots of PBs at Huntingdon parkrun starting with 13-year-old Issy Wilkins who placed 16th overall and 1st female with 20:40. Her time not only knocked 5 seconds off her best but also beat the JW11-14 course record by 3 seconds. Issy still has 22 mon[...Full report...]

15/01/2017 Frostbite Friendly League, Nene Park, Peterborough  details

Huntingdonshire AC's seniors and juniors won their respective Frostbite League cross country team races at Nene Park, Peterborough, both inching closer to league titles . With two races remaining, both teams have a handy 5-point lead over their near[...Full report...]

14/01/2017 Parkruns  details

At the Huntingdon parkrun, Martin Quinn placed 34th in 22:11, a 21-second improvement with Steve Mortimer finishing 172nd in 28:49, knocking 1:50 off his previous best.[...Full report...]

10/01/2017 5-mile Handicap Race  details


08/01/2017 Cambridgeshire County Cross Country Champs, Priory Park, St Neots  details

Huntingdonshire AC went on a gold medal rampage at the Cambridgeshire county cross country championships at Priory Park in St Neots, winning more than twice as many as last year. Twelve months ago, sisters Shannon and Lexi Flockhart won the Under 15[...Full report...]

07/01/2017 Parkruns  details

At the Huntingdon parkrun, Andy Stowe improved on his best by 8 seconds with 18:02 which moves him one place up to 9th in the club all-time rankings. A further 5-second reduction will put him in 6th place. Andy has taken part in four Huntingdon par[...Full report...]

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Forthcoming Events
Next Eight events
Saturday 28th January
SEAA XC Champs, Parliament Hill details
Saturday 28th January
Indoor Games (U20+), Lee Valley details
Sunday 29th January
Keith Ward Indoor Meet (U11+), Kings Lynn details
Sunday 29th January
London Indoor Games (U20+), Lee Valley details
Saturday 4th February
Eastern Counties Indoor Champs, Lee Valley details
Sunday 5th February
Frostbite Friendly League, Bourne Woods, Lincs details
Sunday 5th February
Eastern Counties Indoor Champs Lee Valley details
Wednesday 15th February
Middle Distance Open (U13 - U17), Lee Valley details

Latest Club Results
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New Years Eve Parkruns view

Ely NYE 10k view

Waterside 10k view

Xmas Day Huntingdon Parkrun view

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