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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  


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04/08/2020  Club Intra-Club Series - Hammer  details

Hunts AC returned to outdoor athletics action for the first time this year. And what a great way to start in this one-event meet with two club record along with a host of personal bests. Tamzin Digpal-Race opened up proceedings in the first round of the hammer throw by improving her personal best by close to 4 metres and adding 1.43m to Mia Fairbrother-Burton's Under 15 Girls record set four years ago. Tamzin's distance of 31.47m places her 5th in the U15G national rankings. After a tentative personal best of 27.83m in the first round, Willow Bedding hurled the hammer out to 32.81m, adding over 6 metres to her 2019 best and also breaking Tamzin's minutes-old U15G club record. Willow went above Tamzin to 4th in the national rankings. Hammer coach Bob Ellingham was in top form as he reached 42.25m to go 2nd in the M55 national rankings. For good measure, Bob also went out to 36.05m using the heavier Senior Men implement (7.26kg vs 6kg). Having been caught in traffic, and literally 90 seconds after arriving with no opportunity for any kind of warm-up or practice throw, Thomas Smith reached 34.31m, an inaugural Under 20 Men's personal best with the 6kg hammer, which he improved to 36.06m in the 5th round. Other personal bests came from Under 13 Boys club record holder Lucca Bussetil (now a first year U15B) with 23.99m, Max Jackson in his first-ever hammer event with 22.45m, Caitlan Burke with 18.99m, improving by 1.46m, and mum Vicky Burke who added 81 cms to her best with 17.78m. Dad Steve Burke, carrying an injury, pronounced himself satisfied as he cleared the 30-metre barrier with 30.09m. Special thanks to officials Charlotte Bruce, Terry Bedding and Carol Darnell who made this competition possible. A great start to this shortened athletics season.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 05/08/2020 09:16:51

15/03/2020  England Athletics Under 15 Girls Indoor Pentathlon Champs, Sheffield  details

20th Moria Howard 2, 660 (beat her own club record by 428 points) 60m hurdles - 10.15 Long Jump - 4.72 (equals U15G club indoor record originally set by Tamsin Green in 1981) Shot Putt - 8.59 High Jump - 1.39 800m - 2:41.88 Another year to go in this age group.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 16/03/2020 08:30:27

15/03/2020  Oundle 20  details

Bruce Grimley reports: I managed to sneak in a performance at the Oundle 20 (75th 2:33:09), winning my first vet 65 category race. Ty came in 3rd Male (1:56:20) and won the vet 45 category race. What made this significant was for the first time in my life my time this put me at the top of the UK rankings on runbritain. My time this year would have topped the rankings in 2019 as well. Further results: 20 Richard Adamson 2:15:02, 279 Yvette Adamson 3:00:53

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 20/03/2020 11:59:49

15/03/2020  Bath Half Marathon  details

2607th Alan Burgin 1:52:13

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 16/03/2020 18:05:02

14/03/2020  English Schools XC Champs, Liverpool  details

Derek reports: The cross country season came to a close yesterday with the English Schools championships at Sefton Park, Liverpool. Our highest placed finisher was Dominic Pauley in the Junior boys race. Dom finished 92nd but would almost certainly finished higher if he had not got badly spiked and lost one shoe with about 1K remaining. Issy Wilkins finished first for the Cambs team in the Inter girls race. They were joined by six other Hunts juniors. Inter Girls 2.8K Issy Wilkins 12.43 175th/344 ran. Junior Boys 4.4K Dominic Pauley 15.57 92nd, Aedon Lydon 16.39 208th, Jacob Preston 17.21 290th/334 ran. Junior Girls 3K Eliza Mardon (Lincs Sch’s) 12.43 194th/344 ran. Inter Boys 5.5K Dylan Tomaselli 21.04 231st/331 ran. Senior Girls 4.4K Ella Robinson 18.47 145th, Olivia Mead 20.33 256th/298 ran. Well done to all for qualifying (unfortunately Lola Fletcher had to withdraw.) and competing at this event.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 16/03/2020 08:40:00

14/03/2020  Huntingdon Parkrun  details

1 Simon Mead 18:02 (improved his best as a Hunts AC member by 37 secs; 24th to 17th in the Hunts AC all-time rankings), 4 Kyan Mayo 19:44 (PB by 14 secs; enters club rankings at 48th=), 7 Noah Scott-Donkin (age 12) 20:53 (PB by 11 secs)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 14/03/2020 11:36:04

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