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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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Latest Six News Items

26/07/2015  Littleport 10k  details


Pos'n
Name
Time
Cat.
Age Grade
Notes
17/155
Rod McKee
00:37:59
VM45-49
77.69%
1st M45 - New Club 10k VM PB
34/155
Ian Marshall
00:41:08
SM35-39
67.09%
Club 10k SM PB stays at 00:36:46





Photos - http://huntsac.zenfolio.com/p375754377

Hunts AC: 26/07 - Littleport 10k &emdash;

  • Event Website/Results:http://www.littleport10k.co.uk/
  • View Club Athletes Results
    Posted by Wayne Gimblett on 28/07/2015 00:56:13

  • 25/07/2015  Parkruns  details

    At the Cambridge parkrun at Milton Park, Siobhan Skinner ran Hunts AC's fastest-ever time by a club female, finishing 18th of 293 in 19:43. This removed 12 seconds from her best and further consolidated her number one status in the club all-time rankings. Not too far behind in 22nd place, 13-year-old Shannon Flockhart covered the distance in 20:10, a 90-second improvement on her previous best which moves her from 7th to 4th all-time. In 78th, Andrew Herne took five seconds off his best with 23:15. Meanwhile, at the Huntingdon parkrun, Julia Tebbs took a sizeable 89 seconds off her best with 20:37, finishing 123rd.

    Bedford Parkrun
    Pos'n
    Name
    Time
    Cat.
    Age Grade
    Notes
    47/252
    Edward Brand
    00:23:23
    U15B
    62.03
    Bedford Parkrun Debut




    Cambridge Parkrun
    Pos'n
    Name
    Time
    Cat.
    Age Grade
    Notes
    4/293
    David Connell
    00:16:58
    VM40-44
    80.45%
    Cambridge Parkrun PB stays at 00:16:20
    18/293
    Siobhan Skinner
    00:19:43
    SL25-29
    75.06%
    2nd Lady - New Cambridge Parkrun PB
    22/293
    Shannon Flockhart
    00:20:10
    U15G
    79.20%
    New Cambridge Parkrun PB
    78/293
    Andrew Herne
    00:23:15
    VM55-59
    66.66%
    New Cambridge Parkrun PB
    275/293
    Michelle Finnegan
    00:35:27
    VL45-49
    46.18%
    Cambridge Parkrun PB stays at 00:29:35









    Mile End Parkrun

    Pos'n
    Name
    Time
    Cat.
    Age Grade
    Notes
    63/211
    Derek Darnell
    00:22:01
    VM55-59
    69.79%
    Mile End Parkrun Debut




    Huntingdon Parkrun
    Pos'n
    Name
    Time
    Cat.
    Age Grade
    Notes
    15/213
    Polly Smith
    00:21:21
    U20L
    70.81%
    1st Lady - Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:20:05
    21/213
    Markus Downhill
    00:22:03
    U13B
    69.37%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:21:22
    34/213
    Cameron Eakins
    00:23:19
    U13B
    65.60%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:22:52
    37/213
    Matthew Linnell
    00:23:22
    VM40-44
    58.41%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:23:09
    45/213
    Mike Rose
    00:23:43
    VM50-54
    63.72%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:21:16
    57/213
    Caroline King
    00:24:26
    VL40-44
    62.99%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:22:18
    64/213
    Chloe WIlson
    00:24:53
    U17L
    61.51%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:24:17
    123/213
    Julia Tebbs
    00:30:37
    VL40-44
    51.00%
    New Huntingdon Parkrun PB
    146/213
    Barnaby Smith
    00:31:34
    U15B
    45.95%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:28:34
    164/213
    Sarah Smith
    00:32:46
    VL50-54
    51.16%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:30:17
















  • Event Website/Results:http://www.parkrun.org.uk/
  • View Club Athletes Results
    Posted by   on 28/07/2015 00:22:51

  • 25/07/2015  British Masters Championships, Birmingham  details

    At the British Masters Championships in Birmingham, Hunts AC athletes came away with four national medals. Richard Phelan bounded out to 10.51m in the M50 triple jump and cleared 1.50m in the high jump to claim two silver medals and and also won the bronze medal in the pole vault. As this event was moved indoors due to rain, his 3.20m clearance was a new club senior men?s and veterans indoor record, adding 7 cms to his previous records. In the M40 400m, Andy Stowe picked up the bronze medal with a 55.47-sec effort. Returning from injury, Peter Downhill ran a season's best 2:11.00 for 5th place in the M45 800m.

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 27/07/2015 10:03:54

    20/07/2015  Under 11s HJ Club Champs  details

    Eleven Under 11s contested the club high jump championships which had been rescheduled due to it being rained out at the 12 July championship meet. Making an impact in his first competition at the club, newcomer Maximum Lyemere first of all equalled the club record of 1.20m set by Joseph Purbrick last year, and then made it his own with a first-time clearance of 1.21m. In the girls' competition, Lizzie Harrison took the gold medal with 1.10m, not that far from Harriet's Bruce's 1.15m club record. As this was the final championship event for the Under 11s, the annual championship plaques were decided. In fact, the boys' plaque had been decided long before with Howard Croft not even needing to show up for the high jump to win the overall U11B's title. The Under 11 Girls' title was a lot closer with Tamzin Digpal-Race winning the U11G's title by just half a point from Amy Coates, 140.5 points to 140 points. Boys: 1 Maximus Lyemere 1.21 (Club Record), 2 Joseph Field 1.15, 3 Adam Batterbee 1.00, 4 Jason Hart 0.70 Girls: 1 Lizzy Harrison 1.10, 2 Amy Coates 1.00, 3= Tamzin Digpal-Race 0.90, 3= Emily Hart 0.90, 5 Isabel Davis 0.90, 6 Katie Sandell 0.80, 7 Gracie Jacklin 0.70

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 21/07/2015 07:55:07

    19/07/2015  England Athletics Masters Association T&F Inter-Area Challenge  details

    Richard Phelan competed for Eastern Veterans in the annual England Athletics Masters Association Inter-Area Challenge at Solihull. Richard won the M50 long jump with 4.91m and also scored big points in the following events: 100m hurdles - 19.45 (4), pole vault 3.10(4), triple jump 10.28 (2), high jump 1.50 (3) and also ran the first leg of the M50 4x100m relay.

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 21/07/2015 15:44:07

    19/07/2015  St. Ives 10k - RESULTS  details

    Results via the following link... Also, 2015 10k and funrun results and historic results - click 10k link top of page.

    Photos (free to download): http://huntsac.zenfolio.com/p1064883220



    In 1993, Huntingdonshire AC road runner Bruce Hobday came up with the idea that the club should host an annual road race. Through his drive, determination and persistence, the first St Ives 10k race was held that same year. Fast forward 22 years and Bruce, who had been away from the club for over 15 years, was honored as the race's founding father when he was invited back to start the race and to present the awards. An accolade well deserved. In the race itself, Craig Holgate of Ely led the 510-strong field, finishing 21 seconds ahead of the Cambridge Tri's Chris Darling. The team race was won by Ramsey Road Runners, consisting of Simon Mead, Darren Paine, Shaun Walton, Andrew Brett. In the women's race, Holly Archer of West Suffolk AC completed the 10k course in 38:06 with Victoria Kenny of Hadleigh Hares a further 26 seconds behind. Local club Riverside Runners (Sam Windebank, Lucy Hurley, Nicola Jones) picked up the team prize. The 3k fun run was an enormous success with close to 200 runners taking part. Gary Evans of Riverside Runners led the way in 11:32 with BRJ Run & Tri's Havana Miller leading all girls and women with 13:00. With over 50 Hunts AC juniors away competing in the East Anglian League meet in Peterborough, it was left to 10-year-old Sophie Worrall to secure the club's lone award by winning the Under 11 Girls category in 13:42. An unwritten rule at Hunts AC discourages senior club members from taking part in the race in order to focus maximum resources to make the event as successful as possible. This year, over 40 club road runners pulled together to put on the outstanding show called the St Ives 10k. Special thanks to the following sponsors for contributing to the day's events - Cambridge Water, Jordans, Jencol Engineering, Waitrose, Peter Lane Estate Agents, Dairy Crest, and A1 Audio Visual Events.

  • Event Website/Results:http://www.whatsmytime.co.uk/index.php/race-results/2015-01-16-11-33-42/2015-04-16-13-23-16/st-ives-10-k
    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 24/07/2015 12:00:18

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    Forthcoming Events
    Next Eight events
    Sunday 9th August
    East Anglian League, Cambridge details
    Saturday 15th August
    Southern Athletics League, Newham details
    Tuesday 18th August
    Intra-Club Meet, St Ives (150m, 300m, 100m/200m (U11s), 2000m, HJ Club Champs for U13+ details
    Sunday 23rd August
    Hyde Park 10k details
    Thursday 27th August
    Intra-Club Meet, St Ives (150m, 300m, 100m/200m (U11s), 1000m, HJ Club Champs for U13+ details
    Sunday 6th September
    Club Championships - 200mH (U15+) hurdles height for all - 76.2 cms (30"), HT (U15+), TJ (U15+), St details
    Sunday 13 September
    East Anglian League Finals, Bury St Edmunds details
    Sunday 27th September
    Easterns/County Combined Events, Peterborough details

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