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Welcome to the Track & Field section of Huntingdonshire Athletics Club


Coaching and training sessions for all age groups (minimum age 9 years) take place on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:45 pm to 8:45 pm at the St Ives Outdoor Centre athletics track.


Hunts AC athletes compete in the:

Southern Athletics League (ages 15 to Seniors)

East Anglian League (ages 9 to Seniors)

Eastern Veteran's League (women ages 35 - 65; men ages 40 to 65)


Other competitions include:  club championships, county championships, 3 open meets at St Ives.


All outdoor track & field competitions run from April to September.


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19/07/2017  County Development Meet, St Ives  details

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 03/04/2017 13:51:25

16/07/2017  St. Ives 10K  details

Huntingdonshire AC celebrated its 25th running of the St Ives 10k and its 50th anniversary year with a record entry of 700 runners in the main race and 250 in the 3k fun run.  Race founder Bruce Hobday was on hand to start the race in excellent weather conditions.  Ben Heron of Peterbough AC won in 34:01 followed by teammates Phil Martin and John Pike.  Georgia Schwiening of Cambridge and Coleridge placed first in the women's race with 35:50.

Hunts AC Fun Run Results:  6 Seb Darnell 11:50, 52 Aaron Hawkins 15:04, 69 Elliott Downhill 15:52, 88 Zac Farrer 16:40, 109 James Wishart 18:39 (219 finishers)


10K results available via the following link:

  • Event Website/Results:
    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 18/07/2017 07:38:43

  • 16/07/2017  East Anglian League, Cambridge  details
    Sorry, no News Report yet?

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 25/01/2017 09:30:52

    15/07/2017  British Athletics League, Bedford  details
    Richard Phelan reports: I competed for Bedford at the BAL Big Saturday, where all five divisions of the British athletics league compete at the same venue on the same day. B-string pole vault in wet and windy conditions did not help, but managed 3.20m for 4th in the B-string. Quite a few top class athletes on show today, so a bit awestruck to be competing with so many GB internationals.

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 17/07/2017 13:46:26

    08/07/2017  English Schools Champs, Birmingham  details
    Our young athletes performed superbly at the English Schools Championships. In the Senior Boys 2000m Steeplechase, Joey Croft won the silver medal! Fantastic! And he still has another year to go in this age group. He was timed at 5:58.80 which ranks him 3rd in the nation. This also beat his club Under 20 Men and Senior Men's club records and was also faster than the Under 20 Men's and Senior Men's club records for the FLAT 2000m! Congratulations, Joey. Hunts AC is proud of you. In the Junior Boys 200m, Julian Priest won the silver medal! Fantastic! Julian won his first round heat in 23.16 before placing 2nd in the semi-finals in a new club record of 22.77 secs. Onto the final where Julian was just one-hundredth of a second away from winning the English Schools Championship gold medal. This gained him the silver medal, broke the club record with 22.49 and places him 2nd in the national rankings just one-hundredth away from being the number one 200m sprinter in the nation! Two years ago, Julian's PB was 29.3 secs. Congratulations Julian, Hunts AC is proud of you. In the Inter-Girls 800m, Shannon Flockhart finished 3rd in 2:12.43 to reach the final where she placed 8th in 2:14.94. Shannon ranks 12th in the national rankings. She has another year in this age group and will make an impact. Congratulations Shannon, Hunts AC is proud of you. In the Junior Boys 80m hurdles, Joe Purbrick placed 3rd in his 80m heat in 11.93, a personal best which ranks him 12th in the nation. Joe has another year in this age group and will make an impact. Congratulations Joe, Hunts AC is proud of you. To all four of you, you were amazing!

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 13/07/2017 17:57:45

    08/07/2017  Southern Athletics League, St Ives  details

    Taking full advantage of a Southern Athletics League home meet, Huntingdonshire AC won convincingly, beating Braintree 290 points to 219 with Newham, West Norfolk, Highgate and West Suffolk trailing in the club's wake.  Teenagers Owen King and Matt Gough got the ball rolling with victories in the 100m.  Owen placed first in the A string race in 11.5 secs while Matt took the B race in 11.9 secs.  Dave Connell was in top form as he broke his own club veterans record over 3000m by eight seconds with 9:32.8 when placing 2nd in the B race.  Just 75 minutes later, Dave returned to win the 3000m steeplechase A race in another club veterans record with 10:21.0 which consolidates his 4th place in the M40 national rankings.  Ty Farrer backed up Dave well in the steeplechase event by taking the B string win in 11:12.9.  The sole field event win on the men's side came from Neil Carrington who took first in the A string triple jump with 11.54m.  The record-breaking continued with the women as Jo Abel placed 3rd in the A string long jump with 4.38m which added 13cms to the veteran women's record which she achieved last month.  Jo followed up with a win in the A string triple jump.  Her distance of 9.10m added a huge 60cms to Sharron Kenyon's record set in 2013 and places her 6th in the W40 national rankings.  Lydia Thomas triple jumped out to 7.37m to pick up the B string win.  In the pole vault, Sandra Pedley added 5 cms to her own veteran's record as she cleared 2.05m to win the A string and put her in 5th place in the W50 national rankings. Out on the track, 17-year-old Jodie Vuylsteke won by almost two seconds in a personal best 60.7 secs with Aleta Fraylich winning the B race in 69.8 secs.  Running the event for the first time, Lucy Waller came through to victory in the 400m hurdles with 80.3 secs while Kelly Crawford, also running this event for the first time, won the 5000m in 20:41.1.

    Men:  100m A Owen King 11.5 (1), B Matt Gough 11.9 (1); 200m A Matt Gough 25.1 (4), 400m A Luke Clifford 63.3 (6), B Alastar Phelan 58.3 (2); 800m A Peter Downhill 2:12.5 (4), B Seb Darnell 2:21.1 (4); 1500m A Mark Barry 4:29.3 (2), B Casper Hiscock 4:50.3 (2); 3000m A Mark Barry 9:31.6 (2), B Dave Connell 9:32.8 (2) Club Record; 400mH A Alastar Phelan 69.5 (2); 3000mSC A Dave Connell 10:21.0 (1) Club Record; HJ A Richard Phelan 1.53 (2), B Yinka Opaleye 1.43 (2); PV A Richard Phelan 3.35 (2), B Yinka Opaleye 1.90 (1); LJ A Matt Gough 5.53 (2); TJ A Neil Carrington 11.54 (1); SP A Bob Ellingham 8.60 (3), B Steve Burke 8.56 (2); DT A Bob Ellingham 27.39 (3), B Steve Burke 25.59 (2); HT A Bob Ellingham 33.48 (2), B Steve Burke 25.49 (1); JT A Steve Burke 28.23 (3), B Bob Ellingham 23.80 (2); 4x100m 50.5 (2); 4x400m 4:49.8 (3)

    Women:  100m A Jasmine Hope 13.8 (3), B Laurel Phelan 14.9 (1); 200m A Jasmine Hope 30.2 (4), B Aleta Fraylich 30.2 (1); 400m A Jodie Vuylsteke 60.7 (1), B Aleta Fraylich 69.8 (1); 800m A Amelia Darnell 2:35.2 (3), B Chloe Wilson 2:58.8 (1); 1500m A Jodie Vuylsteke 5:28.1 (2), B Chloe Wilson 6:12.1 (2); 5000m A Kelly Crawford 20:41.1 (1); 100mH A Lydia Thomas 18.8 (2); 400mH A Lucy England 80.3 (1); HJ A Lydia Thomas 1.52 (2), B Laurel Phelan 1.42 (2); PV A Sandra Pedley 2.05 (1) Club Record; LJ A Jo Abel 4.38 (3) B Aleta Fraylich 3.95 (2); TJ A Jo Abel 9.10 (1) Club Record, B Lydia Thomas 7.37 (1); SP A Tracy Burton 7.25 (3), B Mia Fairbrother-Burton 6.84 (3); DT A Mia Fairbrother-Burton 15.52 (3), B Tracy Burton 15.42 (2); HT A Mia Fairbrother-Burton 26.99 (2), B Tracy Burton 21.91 (2); JT A Penny Butcher 16.26 (3), B Charlotte Murie 12.42 (2); 4x100m 4:53.2 (1)

    Non-scoring:  100m Yinka Opaleye 12.5; 1500m Ian Gallagher 4:41.6; LJ Neil Carrington 5.29; 100m Abigail Crouchman 15.2, Sandra Acton 29.9; 200m Sandra Acton 69.5; 400m Sandra Acton 2:34.7; 800m Charlotte Murie 3:20.7; HJ Penny Butcher 1.27; LJ Penny Butcher 3.93, Charlotte Murie 3.55; DT Rebecca Clifford 13.16; JT Rebecca Clifford 9.76

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 18/07/2017 12:47:41

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