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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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17/07/2019  Peterborough 5K Series - Rugby Club,Hambleton Road  details
Sorry, no News Report yet?

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 13/03/2019 21:32:02

07/07/2019  Whitemoor 5 miler, March  details
27th Olivia Mead 36:05 (first woman by 1:45) 32nd Jim Stocker 37:14 (first M70+ by 3:48) (180 finishers)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 08/07/2019 10:40:40

07/07/2019  The Fen Gallop 4M/10K, Willingham  details

4 miles

1st Ciaran Burke 24:20, 4th William Crowther 29:17, 13th Caitlan Burke 31:25 (1st youth female), 26th Steve Burke 33:43

10k

21 Andrew Enticknap 42:22 (3rd M50), 23 Stuart Laud 42:56, 82 Simon Williams 50:06



Posted by Wayne Dubose on 09/07/2019 12:26:33

07/07/2019  British Masters Half Marathon, Ashbourne, Derbyshire  details
Ty Farrer wins national masters medal. M45: 3rd Ty Farrer 79:24 Race incorporated into the Ashbourne Half (Ty finished 8th overall out of 362) From Ty - " A challenging course with over 300 meters of climbing and two very steep accents/descents that really give the legs a thorough workout. I had a steady start and began to catch runners on the first real climb and worked my way though the field and into 5th place at 11 miles! The effect of the hills really started to take its toll in the last mile and I dropped back to 8th in the sprint for the finish, missing out on a M45 silver by 6 seconds."

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 08/07/2019 08:52:53

06/07/2019  The 1066 100  details
1st Simon Margot (Hunts AC) 22:14 (won by over two hours) 104-mile course which recalls King Harold's march from London to the Battle of Hastings. running along the Thames path from Putney to Dartford, then onto Rochester Castle, before heading along the North Downs Way to Battle Abbey near Hastings, taking in Bodium Castle on the way. Simon's understated announcement on Facebook that he had finished. "Just waiting for the train home :) first finisher. The course was tough!"

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 08/07/2019 08:51:59

05/07/2019  Friday 5, Great Bentley  details
194/425 Alan Burgin 37:04 (3rd M65)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 08/07/2019 12:05:58


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Wednesday 31st July
Peterborough 5K Series - Werrington Sports Centre details
Wednesday 14th August
Barney 5km details
Sunday 18th August
Thorney 5M details
Saturday 12th October
Annual Presentation Eve - St Ives Corn Exchange details
Sunday 27th October
Fenland 10 details
Tuesday 31st December
Peterborough NYE 10k details
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