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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  

 

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19/05/2019  Wimpole 10k  details

41 Arseniy Suvorov 44:59 157 Peter German 52:20 217 Sasha Suvorov 55:52 (596 finishers)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 20/05/2019 14:06:43

19/05/2019  Jubilee Parkrun PBs  details

Ciaran Burke chopped a huge 19 secs off his best to record 6:43 and come within 4 seconds of the course record (set by Jacob Preston last week). Ciaran retains his 3rd place ranking amongst club runners as well as 3rd best ever over the course (Angus Lawrence ran 6:41 in 2017). Sister Caitlan finished 2nd overall with 8:04 which reduced her PB by 17 secs and consolidates her place at the top of the Hunts AC girls' rankings.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 19/05/2019 14:18:03

18/05/2019  Southern Athletics League, Peterborough  details

In the latest Southern Athletics League meet, held at Peterborough, Hunts AC achieved much success.  Morgan Webster and Iona Newbegin both took double A string victories on the track.  Morgan won the 200m and 400m in 22.8 and 50.8 while Iona swept the 100m (in the club equalling Under 17 Women and Senior Women record time of 12.5) and also the 200m in 25.9, just 0.1 from the 31-year-old U17W/U20W club records.  Also on the track, Francesca Riley took over a second of her 400m personal best to win the A string race in 61.0 while Hannah Ridley ran her best time to win the 800m A string race with 2:22.2.  Out in the field, Nikolaos Tirchineci achieved the first 6-metre long jump for the club since 2010.  His 6.05m was an 11-cm improvement on his previous best and gained him the runner-up position in the A string competition.  Also jumping well was Maisie Isaac who won the women's A string triple jump with 8.98m.  Hunts AC did well in the throws with 18-year-old Charlie Dickson winning both the A string shot putt and the A string javelin.  His 10.20m shot putt distance was an improvement on his best by 80 cms while he added 32 cms to his javelin best with 41.82m.  Bob Ellingham gained the win the A string hammer with 36.61m while Steve Burke backed him up by winning the B string with 32.12m.  Steve also picked up B string victories in the discus (25.82m) and the javelin (30.16m).  On the women's side, Sarah Ridley won the A string shot putt with 9.92m, the furthest distance by a Hunts AC female in seven years.  For the first time, the mixed 4x400m was introduced into the Southern Athletics League.  In the A race, the Hunts AC team consisting of Callum Stokes (57.1), Hannah Ridley (63.4), Francesca Riley (61.7), Morgan Webster (55.0) won with Morgan tailing the Peterborough runner until the home straight before outsprinting him for the win with 3:57.2.  In the B relay, after good runs by Ollie Mills (61.2), Janice Amber (69.4) and Jessica Cooke (69.0), Seb Darnell took the baton on the last leg with a few metres lead and judged his run superbly as he held on for the win by 0.2 secs.  Overall, Hunts AC finished 3rd with 261 points.




Posted by Wayne Dubose on 19/05/2019 18:00:05

18/05/2019  White Peak Marathon, Derbyshire  details

Huntingdonshire AC's Ty Farrer retained his title at the White Peak Marathon in Derbyshire running the distance in 2:43:29. Ty won by 15:54, similar to his winning margin of 15:50 last year when he ran 2:42:27.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 20/05/2019 09:55:22

18/05/2019  Parkrun PBs  details

Joey Croft finished 1st in the Huntingdon parkrun with 16:36 to achieve the following: - Broke the club record by 11 seconds. Moves from 3rd to 1st in the Hunts AC all-time rankings. - Broke the course record for SM 18-19. - 7th fastest-ever runner over this course. - Improved his best time by 27 seconds. 11th Alasdair Large (age 11) 20:16 PB by 1:47; enters club all-time rankings at 48th) 21st Brendan Rose 20:55 (PB by 73 seconds) 63rd Luca Quenet (age 11) - joined the club this week (welcome!) 23:28 (PB by 6 secs) 245 James Wishart 32:05 (PB by 70 secs) At the Cambridge parkrun, Kyan Mayo placed 16th with 19:10 (PB by 46 secs)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 18/05/2019 11:43:18

12/05/2019  Eye 10k  details

Alan Burgin reports:  Once again there was a good turn out by Hunts AC at the latest race in the Cambs Road Race League. Nine of us were there in near perfect racing conditions to do battle with the course, other runners and ourselves.   Before the start we were treated to a small but evocative flying display by a Spitfire, so the scene was set for the eagerly awaited start. A tight early loop meant all but the front runners made a steady first 600 to 700 metres before getting to the open road sections. There was only a light NW wind and plenty of sunny blue skies, what a bonus considering the weather of the preceding few days. In total there were 499 finishers and as always Hunts AC members all made their mark in the race. Ty was first home for us in 6th place in 35:11 (3rd M45), Wayne G had a super race, 31st in 39:44. Next were Arseniy Suvorov and Andrew Enticknap, 52nd and 53rd in 42:01 and 42:06. It seems Andrew thought Arseniy was starting to run "in his comfort zone", so a few brief words of encouragement got him going again! (Comfort zone and 10k race, mutually exclusive terms surely). Alan Burgin was 124th (2nd VM65 so quite clearly must work harder!) in 46:58, Christina Cowles 133rd in 47:21.Georgia Hill and Phil Young finished close to each other, Georgia 206th in 52:43 and Phil 209th in 52:49.Sasha Suvorov completed the team finishing 263rd in 55:41. Well done everyone and thank you to Ieva for the vocal support on the course.

3k Fun Run 

2 Ciaran Burke 10:12, 18 Caitlan Burke 12:17 (3rd girl)


10k Results

Pos'nNameTimePaceCat.Age GradeNotes
6/499Ty Farrer00:35:1105:40/mileVM45-4983.87%Club 10k VM PB stays at 00:34:21
31/499Wayne Gimblett00:39:4406:24/mileVM50-5477.89%Club 10k VM PB stays at 00:37:10
52/499Arseniy Suvorov00:42:0106:46/mileU20M65.27%Club 10k VM PB stays at 00:40:58
53/499Andrew Enticknap00:42:0606:47/mileVM50-5472.91%Club 10k VM PB stays at 00:39:45
124/499Alan Burgin00:46:5807:34/mileVM65-6975.02%Club 10k VM PB stays at 00:42:59
133/499Christina Cowles00:47:2107:37/mileSL25-2964.06%Club 10k VM PB stays at 00:46:03
206/499Georgia Hill00:52:4308:29/mileSL25-2957.54%Club 10k VM PB stays at 00:48:24
209/499Phil Young00:52:4908:30/mileVM60-6463.21%Club 10k VM PB stays at 00:45:51
263/499Sasha Suvorov00:55:4108:58/mileVL40-4456.29%Club 10k VM PB stays at 00:53:14





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