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Welcome to the Cross Country section of Huntingdonshire Athletic Club.

This section aims to provide you with information specifically related to Cross Country running.

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18/08/2018  “Race The Train”, Tywyn (Mid Wales)
14-mile trail run Richard Adamson 1:43:26 THE TRAIN 1:48:00 Yvette Adamson 2:20:32 (586 Finishers)   Further Info

11/08/2018  Huntingdon Parkrun PBs
Nick Osborn performed a feat of stamina which may be a first for the club. He ran eight miles from home to Hinchingbrooke Park where he placed 3rd in the Huntingdon 5k parkrun with 17:42, an improvement of 45 seconds, which saw him rise from 17th to 7th in the Hunts AC all-time rankings. Nick then ran the eight miles back home. In the same parkrun, Bruce Grimley, age 63, displayed supreme perseverance by placing 18th with 20:30 to improve his best by almost half a minute and enter the all-time rankings at 49. This was Bruce's 121st Huntingdon parkrun since setting his previous best. 56 Bryan Nylander 23:23 (PB by 42 secs) - 304 finishers   Further Info

04/08/2018  Huntingdon Parkrun
Huntingdonshire AC turned up en masse at the Huntingdon parkrun, filling seven of the top ten places and shaking up the record books with four new age group course records. Twenty-two Hunts AC runners took to the Hinchingbrooke Park 5k course, many with clear intentions of running their fastest-ever times. Eighteen-year-old Joey Croft led the way for the club, finishing in the runner-up position in a field of 314. His time of 17:03 reduced his best by 41 seconds, broke the SM 18 - 19 course record and moves him from 7th to 2nd in the Hunts AC all-time rankings. Just one place behind, Ty Farrer ran 17:07 to break the VM 40 - 44 course record and move up one place to 3rd in the club rankings. Running a time which would have won 21 of the 28 Huntingdon parkruns this year, Mark Barry found his 17:13 only good enough for 4th place on this occasion. Mark continues his return from a long-term injury and is the club's fastest over this course with 16:47 set exactly a year ago. Rod McKee placed 5th with 17:43 to reduce his personal best by 39 seconds, break the VM 45 - 49 course record and rise from 14th to 7th in the club rankings. Thirteen-year-old Howard Croft smashed his best by 66 seconds, running 18:41 for 8th place and moving from 36th to 21st in the club rankings. One place behind in 9th, Seb Darnell broke his personal best by an even larger margin. His 18:45 was a 97-second improvement and pushes him up the club rankings from 41st to 22nd. The first female to finish the race was 14-year-old Issy Wilkins who placed 10th with 18:48. Issy's time broke her own age group course record by 17 seconds and places her in the top 20 in the Under 15 Girls parkrun national rankings. Issy's time is faster than the current JW15 - 17 (19:27) and JW 18 - 19 (20:05) course records. She is number one in the Hunts AC all-time rankings by 73 seconds. Derek Darnell, coach to Joey, Howard and Issy, set his best-ever time with 19:44 when finishing 16th. He improved his best by 19 seconds and moved from 38th to 36th in the club rankings.   Further Info

Cross Country Events
Next six events
Sunday 7th October
Frostbite League - Priory Park, St Neots details
Saturday 13 October
Annual Presentation Evening - St Ives Corn Exchange details
Sunday 4th November
Frostbite League - Nene Park, Peterborough details
Wednesday 21st November
Annual General Meeting details
Sunday 9th December
Frostbite League - Hinchingbrooke Park details
Sunday 13 January
Frostbite League details
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