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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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12/08/2018  East Anglian League, Ipswich  details

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 28/12/2017 10:49:47

09/08/2018  ThrowsFest, Sandy  details

Martin Gardner SM SP 10.17 (1), DT 29.54 (1) - 31st in M40 national rankings; Willow Bedding U13G SP 8.00 (1), DT 27.06 (1) - 4th in U13G national rankings; Thomas Smith U17M DT 35.33 (2) - 74th in U17M national rankings

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 13/08/2018 06:52:57

08/08/2018  Watford Open  details
800m R6: 12 Joel McGinness 2:27.96; R17 4 Conall McGinness 2:00.29

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 09/08/2018 12:49:55

07/08/2018  Kettering Open  details
100m Leon Rowell 12.35 (1); 200m Leon Rowell 24.84 (1); HJ Leon Russell 1.39 (2); SP Thomas Smith 10.48 (1)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 10/08/2018 13:00:01

01/08/2018  Eastern Masters League, Corby  details
At the final Eastern Masters league meet, held at Corby, Hunts AC athletes came away with 6 wins and 4 personal bests.  In the M50 long jump, Phil Bowers leapt out to 5.11m to not only take the win but also climb from 15th to 9th in the national M50 rankings.  During the long jump competition, Phil took a break to finish 3rd in the 200m with 29.4 secs.  Jim Stocker won the M60 mile with 6:24.3 and that was after knocking 1.2 secs off his 200m personal best when finishing 6th with 36.9 secs.  In the W50 pole vault, Sandra Pedley cleared 2.00m to seal the win and consolidate her 4th position in the national W50 rankings.  Jo Abel won the M35 long jump with 4.28m, remaining 5th in the W45 national rankings with a previous distance of 4.52m.  Richard Phelan claimed victory in the M50 pole vault with 3.10m while his 3.22m clearance a few weeks earlier keeps him at 3rd in the M55 national rankings.  Our throwing win came from Bob Ellingham with 31.49m in the M50 discus.  Bob is ranked 20th in the national M50 discus with 33.59m.

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 03/08/2018 10:49:11

25/07/2018  Watford Open  details
Running in the first 3000m race of the evening at 9:30 pm and finishing just 13th (but 1st U15G), Issy Wilkins covered the distance in 10:23.17 to: • Beat her U15G club record and PB by 18 seconds • Rise from 27th to 7th in the U15G national rankings • Enter the U15 all-time national rankings at 93rd (just 3 secs behind Stef Twell) • Become the third fastest Hunts AC female of all time • Run the fastest time by a Hunts AC female in 37 years PBs were also set by Seb Darnell (4:30.44) and Henry Waller (4:52.17).

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 27/07/2018 07:15:51

Track & Field Events
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Saturday 18th August
Southern Athletics League, St Ives details
Tuesday 21st August
Corby Open details
Saturday 25th August
Kettering Open details
Thursday 6th September
Intra-Club Meet, St Ives details
Sunday 9th September
Club Championships details
Tuesday 11th September
Intra-Club Meet, St Ives details
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