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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

 

Club Announcements
Club Champs this Sunday (27th) - PV (U13+) starts at 1 pm,JT(all ages-vortex javelin for U11s),800m(all ages-600m for U11s)

For U11s and non-pole vaulters, the earliest that the javelin will start is 2 pm.

Penny is organising two free training mornings at the track on Saturday, 3 May and Saturday, 10 May (final two). Men and women ages 18+ welcome. For newcomers to athletics as well as those who have been out of the sport for some time. Come along and try it out. Have a go. Nothing to lose. It might be for you. Goes from 10:30 to 11:30. Contact Penny at pennybutcher0511@gmail.com to confirm your attendance.

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Latest Six News Items

21/04/2014  Huntingdon 5 Mile  details

Yvette Adamson was the sole club representative in this 5 mile off road race around Lord de Ramseys Abbotts Ripton estates. The course started off at Jubilee Park going around the football fields before going out into the surrounding fields, and then returning to the park. Wearing number 1 on her club vest Yvette crossed the line with a chip time of 46:04 in 89th position out of 152 finishers.

Pos'nNameTimeCat.Age GradeNotes
89/152Yvette Adamson00:46:04VL35-3953.78%Club 5 mile Debut




  • Event Website/Results:http://www.huntingdontown.gov.uk/5mile
  • View Club Athletes Results
    Posted by Wayne Gimblett on 22/04/2014 13:24:22

  • 21/04/2014  Huntingdon Fun Run  details

    It was 1-2 for Hunts AC in the fun run which took part in conjunction with The Mayor of Huntingdon's Charity 5 Mile Multi-Terrain Race. In the 75-strong field, Shannon Flockhart, who turned 12 this month, finished first overall in 9:18, while, just three seconds behind, Ashley Quince, who doesn't turn 10 years old until next month, finished as first boy and second overall in 9:21.

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 22/04/2014 08:55:55

    21/04/2014  Stanwick 10k  details

    While John Uff ran a fine 37:51 to finish 8th out of 380 finishers, Jim Stocker picked up first place in the M60 race, covering the distance in 43:58, finishing 57th overall and 2:30 ahead of the next M60.

    Pos'nNameTimeCat.Age GradeNotes
    8/380John Uff00:37:51SM30-3471.50%
    57/380Jim Stocker00:43:58VM65-6979.40%1st VM 60+





  • View Club Athletes Results
    Posted by Wayne Gimblett on 22/04/2014 13:32:54

  • 20/04/2014  Easter Around the Reservoir Marathon - Northampton  details

    Tim Hyde completed his third marathon in as many weekends when finishing 22nd of 64 in the Easter Around the Reservoir Marathon at Northampton covering the 26.2-mile distance in 4:05:46. Tim was pleased with his time as this was an off-road course which included kissing gates.

    Pos'nNameTimeCat.Age GradeNotes
    22/64Tim Hyde04:05:46SM25-2950.83%Club Marathon PB stays at 03:55:09



  • View Club Athletes Results
    Posted by Wayne Gimblett on 23/04/2014 17:54:17

  • 19/04/2014  Southern Athletics League - Kings Lynn  details

    Siobhan Skinner reports: At are first SAL meet it has set a positive atmosphere for the Hunts AC athletes once again with the team finishing 2nd overall and gaining 12 1st places. We did the double in the Mens 100, Women's 800 and Women's High Jump. Despite an injury to Tom Johnson meaning he had to pull out of the 4x100, Owain, Owen, Sam and Yann had an impressive win in 45.8! Everyone did themselves proud and there was great team spirit by all. A special message to Sammie Skinner who despite falling and badly hurting herself (sprained ankle) at the last water jump 150m to go, hobbled to the finish line to get a time in. Had she of not fallen she would of gone on to get a PB! We are looking forward to the next meet, were again we will go in force!

    Photos:
    http://huntsac.zenfolio.com/sal_kingslynn_2014

    Men: 100m A Owen King 11.2 (1), B Owain Collard 11.6 (1), n/s Yann Yao 11.5; 200m A Owen King 23.2 (2), B Owain Collard 23.0 (1); 400m A Tom Johnson 52.3 (2), B Matthew Hick 61.6 (3); 800m A Matt Pyatt 2:15.2 (3), B Jade Cox 2:23.4 (3); 1500m A Matt Pyatt 4:36.5 (3); 110mH A Sam Palmer 21.0 (2), B Richard Phelan 23.5 (2); 400mH A Sam Palmer 66.2 (2), B Richard Phelan 79.4 (3); 2000m SC A Alexander Ellwood 8:21.6 (3); High Jump A Matthew Hick 1.55 (3), B Sam Palmer 1.50 (2); Pole Vault A Richard Phelan 2.40 (1); Long Jump A Richard Phelan 4.89 (3); Triple Jump A Matthew Hick 10.65 (3), B Richard Phelan 9.65 (2); Shot Putt A Bob Ellingham 8.64 (2), B Alexander Ellwood 6.74 (3); Discus A Bob Ellingham 28.51 (2), B Owain Collard 17.59 (3); Hammer A Bob Ellingham 36.87 (1); Javelin A Bob Ellingham 25.46 (4); 4x100m Sam Palmer, Yann Yao, Owain Collard and Owen King 45.8 (1); 4x400m Jade Cox 60.1, Yann Yao 54.9, Matthew Hick 61.2 and Sam Palmer 59.0 - 3:54.9 (3) Women: 100m A Laurel Phelan 13.5 (3), B Dani Hazelden 14.0 (2); 200m A Ella Blake 27.8 (4); 400m A Lily Seach 61.9 (2), B Siobhan Skinner 66.6 (1); 800m A Ella Blake 2:23.6 (1), B Siobhan Skinner 2:30.0 (1), n/s Chloe Wilson 3:08.6; 1500m A Ellie Smith 5:46.5 (3), B Eloise Webb 6:03.1 (2); 3000m A Kelly Crawford 12:24.0 (4), B Eloise Webb 13:24.0 (3); 1500m SC A Sammie Skinner 6:53.2 (3); High Jump A Laurel Phelan 1.35 (1), Dani Hazelden 1.30 (1); Pole Vault A Sandra Pedley 1.70 (1); Long Jump A Eloise Webb 3.84 (4), B Chelbie Furness 3.54 (3); Triple Jump A Laurel Phelan 8.57 (4), B Sandra Pedley 6.66 (2); Shot Putt A Sammie Skinner 4.91 (3), B Siobhan Skinner 4.48 (2); Discus A Siobhan Skinner 15.00 (3), B Chloe Wilson 14.60 (3); Hammer A Chloe Wilson 10.23 (4), B Ellie Smith 4.89 (3); Javelin A Chelbie Furness 13.90 (3), B Siobhan Skinner 7.77 (3); 4x100 Siobhan Skinner, Lily Seach, Dani Hazelden and Laurel Phelan 54.7 (3); 4x400 Ella Blake 64.5, Ellie Smith 76.7, Siobhan Skinner 66.6, Lily Seach 65.4 - 4:33.2 (3)

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 21/04/2014 07:31:59

    19/04/2014  Kettering AC Open Meet  details

    Six young Hunts AC competed in the Kettering AC open meet, coming away with four victories and several personal bests. Thirteen-year-old Jasmine Hope pulled off a sprint double over the 100m and 200m. Jasmine started off by winning her 100m race in 13.3, a huge improvement of one second over her best set two weeks ago, and a time which puts her in the top 50 in the Under 15 Girls national rankings. Not bad for a young athlete who still has the 2015 season to go in this age group. In the 200m, Jasmine picked up her second victory, running a personal best 28.3. On the boys' side, 12-year-old Jack Wyles, who only joined Hunts AC a few weeks ago, won his 100m race in 14.6 secs, which was almost a second faster than when he won the club championship race two weeks earlier. Meanwhile, out in the field, Mia Fairbrother-Burton celebrated her 12th birthday with a win and a new best in the shot putt, throwing 6.58 metres, and also a new javelin best of 17.02m which currently places her 31st in the national Under 13 Girls rankings.

    Other results: 800m Ryan Boden 2:24.5 (3); Caitlyn Procter 2:43.1 (10); 200m Jack Wyles 32.0 (5); Eleanor Phipps - 100m 16.0 (5), 200m 33.7 (5), long jump 2.91 (12)

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 20/04/2014 14:57:47

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    Forthcoming Events
    Next Eight events
    Sunday 27th April
    Club Champs-PV (U13+),JT(all ages-vortex javelin for U11s),800m(all ages-600m for U11s) details
    Sunday 4th May
    East Anglian League - Bury St Edmunds details
    Sunday 4th May
    Grand East Anglia 10k Run + 1.2mile Fun Run details
    Sunday 4th May
    Fen Drayton 10K details
    Sunday 11th May
    Club Champs - Sprint Hurdles (U13+), HJ (all age groups), 1500m (all age groups - 1000m for U11s) details
    Sunday 11th May
    Eye 10K details
    Saturday 17th May
    Southern Athletics League - Braintree details
    Saturday 24th May
    Cambs County Champs - Peterborough details

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