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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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21/07/2019  East Anglian League, Braintree  details




Posted by Wayne Dubose on 03/01/2019 14:36:10

20/07/2019  Cambridge Parkrun PB  details

8 Kyan Mayo 19:00 (PB by 6 secs)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 21/07/2019 07:18:38

20/07/2019  Huntingdon Parkrun PBs  details

23 Caroline King 22:12 (improved 4-year-old PB by 6 secs; 15th to 14th= in Hunts AC all-time rankings), 59 Ben Wood 24:09 (first time)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 21/07/2019 07:19:25

19/07/2019  Bedford AAA 10k, Bedford  details

Ty reports: We had a good turnout at the Bedford AAA 10k on what turned out to be a wet, slippery course and a little slower than we had all expected. Despite the wet weather, we all set off from the start near the Bedford International Stadium and headed out into the countryside along some slippery narrow paths, all more manageable once the field spread out but very claustrophobic for the initial 500 meters. At a little over 2k, we were greeted by the only elevation of mention, a foot bridge over the A421 which although not steep, was enough to slow the pace of the leading runners. The lead group edged into the distance whilst the 2nd group pushed on, led by Dave Connell (effectively driving the 35 min train), Mark Barry, Darren Matthews and John Pike from Peterborough. We went through 5k in a little under 17:25, edging towards the target set by many but this is when the course started to get more slippery and seemed to change direction every 50 meters, making for some difficult running. The puddles were turning into water hazards and it was more like a cross country race now than a mid-summer's 10k and the group started to reduce in size. The climb over the A421 was taken at 8k and then it was a very long 2k drag to the finish - which felt more like 5k when fatigued! David Connell was the first home for Hunts, in 11th place 35:03 a fine time in difficult conditions. Mark Barry in his last performance before joining the V40 club on Monday in 14th place 35:10, Ty Farrer 16th 35:16, Darren Matthews 35:55 21st, Sean Baker 38:03 35th, Carl Rooney 39:54 54th, Mark Wishart 41:30, 66th, Lilly O’Dell 45:47 99th and Ryan O’Dell 46.55 107th. We ended up as third male team and a couple of trophies for Sean 1st V50 and Ty 1st V45 and a lot of mud to wash off before heading home! Well done and great running everyone!

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 20/07/2019 09:02:05

17/07/2019  County Development Meet, St Ives  details

The Cambridgeshire county mile championships were held in conjunction with the County Development Meet at the St Ives track with Hunts AC runners accounting for seven of the medals.  In the Under 20 men's race, Seb Darnell won the gold medal with 4:47.81 while teammate Casper Hiscock picked up the silver with 4:50.83.  Similarly in the Under 15 Boys category, Hunts AC once again took gold and silver with Ciaran Burke winning with 5:11.33 and Dominic Pauley finishing in the runner-up position with 5:15.37.  Amelia Darnell won the silver medal in the Under 20 Women's race (5:45.20) while Beatrice Pauley - Under  17 Women  (6:28.81) and Jim Stocker - Senior Men (6:19.97) earned bronze medals.  Finishing 7th in her mile race, Kelly Crawford ran 5:59.21 to beat the club veteran women's record of 6:09.5 set by Maggie Mulholland back in 2013. It was Kelly's second club record in five days.

100   
3BrandonAlvesU17M11.79
4YinkaOpallyeM4512.21
5LuccaBussetilU15B12.50
100   
2TedBarkerU15B13.25
3PoppyLyonsU17W13.26
4HarryKendallU17M13.30
6EllaReedU17W13.93
 100   
1Sophie BambridgeU15G13.62
4MoriaHowardU13G14.22
5MaisieIsaacU17W14.53
6JessicaBambridgeU15G14.60
 100   
1JessicaTullU15G14.81
2AlexTullU13G15.09
3ElizabethScottU13G15.16
4AmyLewisU13G15.22
5SamCooperU13B15.68
7MaxCarringtonU13B17.39
 200   
4BrandonAlvesU17M23.95
 200   
3HarryKendallU17M28.04
4Sophie BambridgeU15G29.00
 200   
2MoriaHowardU13G29.26
3TomWaterworthU13G29.53
5ElizabethScottU13G31.20
 200   
1CerysDavisU15G31.62
2jessicaTullU15G31.68
3SamCooperU13B32.08
4AlexTullU13G32.78
5AmyLewisU13G33.66
 Mile   
4EllaBlakeSW5.38.96
5AmeliaDarnellSW5.45.20
7KellyCrawfordW355.59.21
9BeatricePauleyU17W6.28.81
 Mile   
2CiaranBurkeU15B5.11.33
3DominicPauleyU15B5.15.37
4SamuelWoottonU15B5.23.46
 Mile    
2SebastianDarnellU20M4.47.81
3CasperHiscockU20M4.50.83
5MarkusDownhillU17M5.32.70
 80   
1LiamMorrisU11B12.96
2JaymanHowardU11B12.97
 80   
1GeorgeConnellU11B13.45
2FinnSolomonU11B13.69
3EdwardFullerU11B13.70
4Robert FullerU11B13.79
5WilliamConfreyU11B14.02
 80   
1AnjolaOpaleyeU11G13.19
4JessicaWaterworthU11G13.87
 600   
2EdwardFullerU11B2.01.06
3JaymanHowardU11B2.02.78
4SamuelWoodhallU11B2.08.15
5LiamMorrisU11B2.09.86
6GeorgeConnellU11B2.12.43
7AimeeHaysU11G2.13.09
8FinnSolomonU11B2.13.54
10Robert FullerU11B2.20.45
13WilliamConfreyU11B2.29.48
Javelin   
1StevenBurkeM4528.05
2Ciaran BurkeU15B27.69
5VickyBurkeW4014.34
Triplejump   
1NiklolaosTirchineciU17M11.40
2IsaacHayesU17M10.96
3NeilCarringtonM5010.20
4WillHutleyU15B9.89
5JoelIsaacU15B9.64
6EllaReedU17W9.43
7MaisieIsaacU17W8.88
8PoppyLyonsU17W8.87
Highjump   
1AyoOpaleyeU17M1.80
3JoelIsaacU15B1.55
4HarryKendallU17M1.40
5MoriaHowardU13G1.35
6TobyCarrollU13B1.20
7JessicaTullU15G1.15
 Turbo jav 400g   
1JaymanHowardU11B20.42
3EdwardFullerU11B10.7
4DavidConnellU11B8.78
6LiamMorrisU11B8.64
7FinnSolomonU11B8.62
8AnjolaOpaleyeU11G8.15
9SamuelWoodhallU11B7.88
11JessicaWaterworthU11G7.34




Posted by Wayne Dubose on 21/07/2019 19:41:57

17/07/2019  Peterborough 5K Series - Rugby Club,Hambleton Road  details

Ty reports:  We had a good turnout at the Bedford AAA 10k on what turned out to be a wet, slippery course and a little slower than we had all expected. Despite the wet weather, we all set off from the start near the Bedford International Stadium and headed out into the countryside along some slippery narrow paths, all more manageable once the field spread out but very claustrophobic for the initial 500 meters. At a little over 2k, we were greeted by the only elevation of mention, a foot bridge over the A421 which although not steep, was enough to slow the pace of the leading runners. The lead group edged into the distance whilst the 2nd group pushed on, led by Dave Connell (effectively driving the 35 min train), Mark Barry, Darren Matthews and John Pike from Peterborough. We went through 5k in a little under 17:25, edging towards the target set by many but this is when the course started to get more slippery and seemed to change direction every 50 meters, making for some difficult running. The puddles were turning into water hazards and it was more like a cross country race now than a mid-summer's 10k and the group started to reduce in size. The climb over the A421 was taken at 8k and then it was a very long 2k drag to the finish - which felt more like 5k when fatigued!

David Connell was the first home for Hunts, in 11th place 35:03 a fine time in difficult conditions. Mark Barry in his last performance before joining the V40 club on Monday in 14th place 35:10, Ty Farrer 16th 35:16, Darren Matthews 35:55 21st, Sean Baker 38:03 35th, Carl Rooney 39:54 54th, Mark Wishart 41:30, 66th, Lilly O�Dell 45:47 99th and Ryan O�Dell 46.55 107th. 

We ended up as third male team and a couple of trophies for Sean 1st V50 and Ty 1st V45 and a lot of mud to wash off before heading home! 

Well done and great running everyone!




Posted by Wayne Dubose on 21/07/2019 11:24:15

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