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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
Hunts AC ALWAYS needs qualified track & field officials. Please let Wayne (dubose@enterprise.net) know if you will attend this six-hour course so that we can have an even greater experience with more officials this summer. This course isn't hard; just calls for a willingness to get involved.
· Official's course at St Peter's School, Huntingdon on Sunday, 8 March from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

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Latest Six News Items

01/02/2015  U20/SNR London games  details

Ella Blake made her debut as an U20W at this open meet and ran a good opening 800m for the year, winning her race in 2.23.92, beating her previous Indoor PB by almost 3secs.

Posted by Derek  Darnell on 01/02/2015 22:39:22

31/01/2015  Parkruns  details

At the Huntingdon parkrun, Simon Margot finished first for the second week in a row with the added bonus of knocking 12 seconds off his best with 18:12. Simon rises from 5th to 4th in the all-time club rankings.

Cambridge Parkrun
Pos'n
Name
Time
Cat.
Age Grade
Notes
120/446
Karen Cameron
00:23:56
VL45-49
69.19%
Cambridge Parkrun PB stays at 00:23:43
364/446
Agnes Elek
00:32:03
VL35-39
46.98%
Cambridge Parkrun PB stays at 00:30:10
413/446
Michelle Finnegan
00:36:16
VL45-49
46.87%
Cambridge Parkrun PB stays at 00:29:35






Peterborough Parkrun
Pos'n
Name
Time
Cat.
Age Grade
Notes
29/425
Bruce Grimley
00:21:06
VM55-59
75.36%
Peterborough Parkrun PB stays at 00:19:44
74/425
Bryan Humphreys
00:22:48
VM50-54
65.74%
Peterborough Parkrun Debut
79/425
Karen Gracey
00:22:52
VL40-44
68.28%
Peterborough Parkrun PB stays at 00:22:14






Huntingdon Parkrun
Pos'n
Name
TimeCat.
Age Grade
Notes
1/119
Simon Margot
00:18:12
SM35-39
72.85%
New Huntingdon Parkrun PB
3/119
Erik Martin
00:20:15
SM20-24
64.39%
Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:20:01
32/119
Peter German
00:24:32
VM60-64
66.54%
Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:22:56







2015 Road Runners Championship Update

Most Improved: Simon Margot (SM Group) moves into 1st position
http://www.huntsac.org.uk/Notices/2015%20Road%20Runners%20Championship%20@%2031%20Jan%202015.xlsm



  • Event Website/Results:http://www.parkrun.com/results/consolidatedclub/?clubNum=1763
  • View Club Athletes Results
    Posted by Wayne Gimblett on 01/02/2015 19:21:54

  • 25/01/2015  Keith Ward Indoor Meet - Kings Lynn  details

    Record-breaking finally began for Huntingdonshire AC in 2015 as three athletes set a total of eight club records. With the trio competing at an indoor meet at King's Lynn, Wayne DuBose got the ball rolling with the first record of the year by putting the 7.26 kg shot out to 7.95m to set the club veteran men's indoor best. Wayne improved to 8.33m in the second round and finished off with 8.42m in the third. Competing in the same discipline, Penny Butcher established a club veteran women's record by hurling the 4-kg shot out to 5.47m. Lizzie Harrison rounded out the record-breaking day with wins in the Under 11 Girl's long jump and 60 metres. Starting off with the long jump, Lizzie set her first record with a 3.21m distance. She quickly followed up with 3.38m and when given the challenge of beating Penny Butcher's distance of 3.42m cleared earlier, Lizzie responded superbly with 3.51m. The Hunts AC Under 11 Girls outdoor record of 3.78m set 35 years ago is within Lizzie's reach this summer. Lizzie closed out the day with first place in the 60m in a record-setting 9.4 secs. In the pole vault, Richard Phelan came so close to equalling his veteran record of 3.00m but in the end had to settle for a 2.80m clearance. He had the satisfaction of receiving the Senior Men's winner's medal as did Sandra Pedley who won the Senior Women's pole vault with 1.60m. Other results: High jump - Richard Phelan 1.50m; Penny Butcher 1.20m; Long jump Abbie Smith 3.11m

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 25/01/2015 18:55:55

    24/01/2015  South of England XC Champs (U13+)  details

    The star performance at these championships was by Shannon Flockhart in the U13G race. Shannon started the race from a very wide position and had to run extra metres and survive getting bumped about a bit in order to get into a good position at the first left hand bend on the course. She then gradually worked her way through the field and finished strongly for a highly creditable 9th place.
    Joey Croft U15B and Amy Chalmers U17W both finished high up in good quality fields. Amelia Darnell finished in her highest ever position at these championships.
    Olli, Seb, Sam, Joseph, and Eleanor all did well completing what is a very difficult, hilly course.
    Weather wise it was nice and sunny and so some juniors headed off to Brighton seafront for choccy and ice cream, although I suspect a dip in the sea was a step too far!

    It had began to turn a little colder by the time the seniors ran. Karen Cameron missed this race last time it was held at this venue but finally got to experience the hills and acquitted herself well.
    Likewise for the four senior men who as part of the 15K run, yes 15K! had to make their way up the hill several times. Well done guys.

    Distances are approx. U15B 4.5K 233 ran
    Joey Croft 58th 16.28
    Oliver Pocklington 231st 21.48

    U13G 3K 247 ran
    Shannon Flockhart 9th 11.30
    Eleanor Phipps 245th 16.20

    U13B 3K 227 ran
    Seb Darnell 219th 13.35
    Sam Short 222nd 14.11
    Joseph Short 224th 14.40

    U17W 5K 146 ran
    Amy Chalmers 46th 19.56
    Amelia Darnell 110th 22.11

    SNR W 8K 352 ran
    Karen Cameron 224th 41.54

    SNR M 15K 857 ran
    Steve Church 437th 66.39
    Sean Barker 529th 69.40
    Shane Hunt 603rd 72.11
    Andy Richardson 624th 72.49

    Posted by   on 25/01/2015 18:55:50

    24/01/2015  London Indoor U17 Games, Lee Valley  details

    Aleta Fraylich 200m 29.32 (4) - indoor PB by 0.26 secs; 300m 46.93 (2)

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 26/01/2015 14:26:20

    24/01/2015  Parkruns  details

    Simon Margot was not only first finisher at the Huntingdon parkrun but he also equalled his personal best of 18:24 which he initially set five months ago. In the runner-up position, Erik Martin knocked 41 seconds off his best to record 20:01. This time moves Erik up from 24th to 20th in the club all-time rankings. In 47th, Andrew Herne reduced his best of 27:06 which he set last week down to 26:14.

    Cambridge Parkrun
    Pos'n
    Name
    Time
    Cat.
    Age Grade
    Notes
    32/337
    Bruce Grimley
    00:20:47
    VM55-59
    76.51%
    Cambridge Parkrun PB stays at 00:20:00
    305/337
    Michelle Finnegan
    00:34:33
    VL45-49
    46.87%
    Cambridge Parkrun PB stays at 00:29:35





    Peterborough Parkrun
    Pos'n
    Name
    Time
    Cat.
    Age Grade
    Notes
    138/490
    Jo Muspratt
    00:24:37
    VL35-39
    61.76%
    Peterborough Parkrun Debut




    Wimpole Parkrun

    Pos'n
    Name
    Time
    Cat.
    Age Grade
    Notes
    7/286
    Rod McKee
    00:20:22
    VM45-49
    69.61%
    Wimpole Parkrun PB stays at 00:20:21
    8/286
    Ian Marshall
    00:20:44
    SM35-39
    63.57%
    Wimpole Parkrun Debut
    30/286
    James Stocker
    00:23:21
    VM65-69
    72.50%
    Wimpole Parkrun PB stays at 00:22:12






    Huntingdon Parkrun
    Pos'n
    Name
    Time
    Cat.
    Age Grade
    Notes
    1/147
    Simon Margot
    00:18:24
    SM35-39
    72.06%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:18:12
    2/147
    Erik Martin
    00:20:01
    SM20-24
    65.14%
    New Huntingdon Parkrun PB
    8/147
    Nick Eakins
    00:21:47


    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:21:11
    28/147
    Peter German
    00:24:18
    VM60-64
    67.18%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:22:56
    47/147
    Andrew Herne
    00:26:14
    VM55-59
    58.58%
    New Huntingdon Parkrun PB










    2015 Road Runners Championship Update

    League Changes:
    Jo Muspratt (VL group) moves from 13th to 11th
    Erik Martin (SM Group) moves from 5th to 4th
    Andrew Herne (VM Group) moves from 11th to 10th





  • Event Website/Results:http://www.parkrun.com/results/consolidatedclub/?clubNum=1763&eventdate=2015-01-24
  • View Club Athletes Results
    Posted by Wayne Gimblett on 01/02/2015 18:35:37

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