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Welcome to Hunts AC Road Runners

No experience is needed to join us. We welcome all abilities from beginners to super fit.

Training takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7pm, and on Sundays by arrangement meeting at the St.Ivo Outdoor Complex. The latest training schedule is on the Road Runners notice board. The training includes speed sessions, fartlek, 500m & 1k efforts, and lots more!. The road runners train as a group with the more experienced runners offering encouragement to all.

We compete in the Fostbite Friendly league in the winter.

We are not just a running club, we also hold social events after races.

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05/12/2017  5M TT  details
1 Bruce Grimley 57:52 (36:46), 2 Bryan Nylander 58:11 (42:16), 3 Tess Minns 58:35 (52:11), 4 Pete Whitehead 58:36 (52:12), 5 Arseniy Suvorov 58:42 (37:21), 6 Sasha Suvorov 59:08 (46:54), 7 Adrian Smith 60:16 (41:13), 8 Frances Stanton 60:38 (42:56), 9 Pauline Stocker 61:33 (41:49), 10 Daniel Rigby 61:43 (35:30), 11 Jess Mann 61:59 (47:24) - actual times in brackets.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 06/12/2017 21:45:28

03/12/2017  Bedford Half Marathon  details
Ty Farrer reports: Six of Hunts AC's road runners were out in force for the Bedford Harriers half marathon in warmer conditions than we've been experiencing over the last few weeks. Despite the good running conditions, the course was wet underfoot and quite undulating - read hilly and full of twists and turns. Despite the excellent organisation and after-race snacks and facilities - no cake, but sausage and bacon rolls - it felt like a very hard morning's work, with even the St Neots 1/2 winner from two weeks ago recording a time more than three minutes slower today! (Well that's my excuse for a slower time than planned). Results: Ty Farrer 13th 78:54, Martin Quinn 195th 1:35:51, Yvette Adamson 471st 1:50:57, Amy Steel 669th 2:01:26, Lizzie Burgess 670th 2:01:26, Dave Spurle 671st 2:01:26 - 954 finishers

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 03/12/2017 21:02:07

26/11/2017  Bassingbourn Belle 10M  details
2 Ty Farrer 58:30, 150 Frances Stanton 83:02, 173 Peter German 85:20, 240 Neil Carrington 92:12 (370 finishers)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 27/11/2017 20:25:02

26/11/2017  Hereward Relay  details
23 Hunts AC A Team 4:45:38 (Martin Rowe 44:37, Jeff Mercer 81:00, Ian Marshall 78:48, Andy Richardson 81:13) 35 Hunts AC B Team 5:00:33 (Claire Webster 53:37, Caroline King 77:43, Ieva Klavina 87:50, Kelly Crawford 81:23) 77 Hunts AC C Team 5:31:57 (Derek Darnell 46:26, Caroline Archer 80:50, Amy Steele 1:39:02, Dave Spurle 1:45:41) 81 Hunts AC D Team 5:37:33 (Katy Burgin 50:36, Alison Fox 87:52, Yvette Adamson 100:39, Pauline Stocker 98:26) (110 teams)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 29/11/2017 11:52:36

26/11/2017  Hereward Ultra  details
Huntingdonshire AC picked up a 1-2 over the gruelling Hereward Ultra, a 38+ mile multi-terrain race from Peterborough to Ely run in conjunction with the Hereward Relay. Simon Margot collected the winning trophy, finishing first in 4 hours 56 minutes 45 seconds. Having got lost along the way, and running an extra three miles, Nick Osborn recovered to place second in 5:02:59. Hunts AC's third runner Carl Rooney finished in 6th place with 6:09:38.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 29/11/2017 11:51:27

25/11/2017  Wolverton 5  details
Ty Farrer reports: Alan Burgin, Bruce Grimley and myself represented the club as the Old Guys Outing´┐Ż in Milton Keynes along with a strong field and incorporating the Eastern Masters 5-mile championships. I managed to break the 28-minute barrier for the first time, despite a badly-paced race, finishing 32nd with 27:57. I was 2nd M40, but managed to win the Eastern Counties gold medal. Bruce continued his return from injury and rehabilitation with a solid 35:22 for 128th and showed his sprinting skills off with a killer finish! Alan, on his way back from illness, ran a solid race in 37:37 for 158th place, despite an over-enthusiastic start (it's not just me then). 255 finished.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 28/11/2017 08:23:46


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