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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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26/07/2014  Parkrun  details

At the Huntingdon parkrun, Ian Gallagher made a successful first appearance finishing 4th out of 128 in 19:17 which places him 14th in the Hunts AC all-time rankings. Running in this event as a Hunts AC member for the first time, 15-year-old Amy Chalmers finished first female in the race and set a club best of 20:59, breaking Polly Smith's record by 4 seconds. Like Ian, Rachel Porter also ran over this course for the first time, running 21:40 for 15th position which reduced the club veteran women's best time by 46 seconds and places her 4th in the club rankings. Finishing 16th in 22:10, Bryan Humphreys chopped over a minute off his personal best. Also running parkrun for the first time, 10-year-old Ellie Linnell finished 88th in 29:45. At Cambridge, it was a family day out for the Evans family with Charlie and Tim running their fastest times and Sam and Caroline running this course for the first time. Charlie finished 56th with 21:16, an 11-sec improvement while dad Tim beat his best by 77 secs when placing 58th in 21:20. Nine-year-old Sam finished 121st with 23:45 and mum Caroline ran 29:56 for 274th in a 355-strong field.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 26/07/2014 17:43:41

26/07/2014  Heckington 10  details

Bruce Grimley reports: This was one of the toughest races I've ever run recently due to the heat which I was told was 27 degrees. Fortunately, households came out into their front gardens to help the runners by setting up spray stations with their garden hoses and there were four drinks stations on the way around; however, I used those as a cold warm shower rather than rehydration. By two miles, I knew any chance of breaking my time at Dereham was gone even though I felt I was fit enough to break that time. By the time I got to six miles, I was just hoping I could break the 70-minute barrier. I dug in and was pleasantly surprised to find my plod to the finish took me past people who had probably misjudged their pace and finished up in 68:38, which I was delighted with in 22nd place. My Garmin told me my last mile was run with my heart beating at 97% of max. Believe you me, it felt like that. I also found, according to the stats, that I ran the last kilometre only two seconds slower than my first kilometre; (4:07 versus 4:05), so I'm very pleased with the effort I put in and the ice cold lager underneath the shady tree in the middle of the arena tasted that much nicer as I listened to the results being read out. 2nd in my age group (M55) so not too bad in that respect either. By the way, it was lovely going around having people recognise the Hunts AC vest and shouting out encouragement to “Hunts AC”.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 29/07/2014 10:47:28

26/07/2014  Eastern Counties Athletics Association Championships - Cambridge  details


Photos: http://huntsac.zenfolio.com/easternchamps2014



Posted by Wayne Dubose on 29/07/2014 11:02:17

20/07/2014  St Ives 10k & 3k Fun Run  details

Provisional 10k results via the following link

http://www.whatsmytime.co.uk/186



Posted by Wayne Gimblett on 22/07/2014 16:34:59

20/07/2014  Masters Inter Area Match, Solihull  details

M35 800m 3rd Matt Pyatt 2:07.44; M50 Richard Phelan 3rd HJ 1.50m, 4th PV 2.72m, 4th TJ 9.77m

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 24/07/2014 16:15:27

19/07/2014  Parkruns  details

Hunts AC picked up two parkrun first place finishes. At King's Lynn, Matt Pyatt beat a field of 167 with 16:36, almost 2 1/2 minutes ahead of second place. Meanwhile, at Huntingdon, Peter Downhill finished first in 19:35 while Simon Margot (19:55) and Stuart Laud (20:06) placed 3rd and 4th. Bryan Humphreys finished in 17th in 23:19 while Karen Gracey was 2nd female finisher in 27th place with 23:49 with Jeff Chapman achieving the same time. Finishing in 35th with 24:19, Jo Muspratt entered the Hunts AC all-time rankings in 12th place. In Cambridge, Caroline Saunders ran 22:33 for 74th which sees her enter the club rankings in 8th place.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 20/07/2014 06:32:25

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Forthcoming Events
Next Eight events
Saturday 2nd August
Southern Athletics League - Thurrock details
Sunday 3rd August
Riverside 10k & funrun details
Wednesday 6th August
Veterans League - St Ives details
Sunday 17th August
Thorney 5 Mile details
Sunday 17th August
East Anglian League - St Ives (hosted by C&C) details
Tuesday 26th August
Intra-Club Meet - St Ives 100/200m (U11), 150 (U13+), 300m (U15+), 1000m (U11+), LJ (U11+) details
Thursday 4th September
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

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