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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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20/06/2018  County Development Meet, St Ives  details
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19/06/2018  Corby Open  details
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Posted by Wayne Dubose on 24/02/2018 16:05:10

17/06/2018  East Anglian League, Luton  details



Posted by Wayne Dubose on 28/12/2017 10:48:59

16/06/2018  Anglian Schools Championships  details
In the Anglian Schools athletics championships, held at Norwich, Hunts AC athletes piled up 5 wins, 2 second-place finishes and 4 thirds.  Julian Priest completed the sprint double, taking 1st in both the Inter Boys 100m and 200m.  After breaking the club record over 300m last weekend, Shannon Flockhart stepped up in distance to win the Inter Girls 1500m by 8 seconds.  Her time of 4:38.1 places her in the top 20 in the country (U17W) and is the fastest time by a Hunts AC female of any age over the past 15 years.  Shannon's training partner Katie Wright picked up gold in the Inter Girls 300m hurdles in 54.9 secs.  In the Junior Boys triple jump, Ayo Opaleye saved his best jump for the last round as he bounded out to 12.42m which beat his club U15B record by 17 cms and moves him up from 13th to 7th in the national rankings.  Running in the Inter Boys 80m hurdles, Joe Purbrick clipped a tenth of a second off his personal best with 11.4 secs to finish as runner-up.  Joe currently sits solidly in the top 10 in the country with his time. In the Inter Boys discus, Thomas Smith finished 2nd with 32.46m, an improvement of 10 feet over his previous best effort.  He later placed 3rd in the discus. Third place finishes went to Eleanor Phipps in the Senior Girls pole vault with a new personal best of 2.00m, Issy Wilkins in the Junior Girls 1500m and Ella Reed who long jumped 4.92m in the Junior Girls, the furthest by a Hunts AC female since 2007.

Junior Boys: 80mH Joe Purbrick 11.4 (2), Spencer Taylor 12.9 (3); TJ Ayo Opaleye 12.42 (1);

Junior Girls:  100m Lizzy Harrison 13.3 (4); 1500m Issy Wilkins 4:58.6 (3); LJ Ella Reed 4.92 (3); PV Emma Phipps 1.50 (4)

Inter Boys:  100m Julian Priest 11.3 (1); 200m Julian Priest 22.9 (1); 1500m Conall McGinness 4:11.7 (2); DT Thomas Smith 31:48 (3); HT Thomas Smith 32.46 (2)

Inter Girls:  1500m Shannon Flockhart 4:38.1 (1); 300mH Katie Wright 54.9 (1); HJ Lucy Small 1.35 (7); Eleanor Phipps 2.00 (3)

Senior Boys:  TJ Stephen Amos 11.96 (2)

Senior Girls:  3000m Katie Lawrence 12:35.7 (2)



Posted by Wayne Dubose on 19/06/2018 10:52:50

14/06/2018  JumpsFest, Sandy  details



Posted by Wayne Dubose on 02/06/2018 10:54:14

09/06/2018  County Schools Championships  details

Huntingdonshire AC athletes enjoyed great success at the Cambridgeshire county schools championships held at Peterborough track.  Having won five titles last year, Hunts AC athletes almost doubled the total this year with nine first-place finishes.  Equally as impressive, Hunts AC athletes will go on to contest 14 events at the Anglian Schools championships in Norwich this weekend compared to 6 last year.  Leading the way, Shannon Flockhart won the Inter Girls 300m with 41.8 secs which broke Lily Seach's Under 17 and Under 20 Women's club records of 42.1 secs set back in 2008.  Katie Wright secured her place in the Anglians by finishing in the runner-up position with a season's best of 44.4 secs.  Ayo Opaleye claimed first in the junior boys triple jump with his first-round leap of 12.15m and also gained an Anglian champs spot by finishing 2nd in the 200m with 24.9 secs.  In the Junior Girls 100m, Lizzy Harrison sped to victory in 13.2 secs while Ella Reed ran a personal best 13.4 secs for third place.  Ella went on to win the long jump with 4.70m and book her place in Norwich for this coming weekend.  Competing in the Inter Boys sprints, Julian Priest comfortably won the 100m in 11.3 secs and followed up with the 200m win later in the day with 22.8 secs.  With very little training under his belt since March due to a back injury, Joe Purbrick nevertheless ran a big personal best 11.5 to not only win the Junior Boys 80m hurdles but to also shoot up to 5th in the U15B national rankings.  Finishing 2nd in the same race with 13.0 secs, Spencer Taylor showed a wide range of talent by also placing 2nd in the 800m in a personal best 2:14.9.  Issy Wilkins took the lead in the Junior Girls 1500m from the start and front ran to victory in 5:11.2.  In the throws, Thomas Smith took 1st in the Inter Boys hammer throw with a new best of 28.84m and later placed 2nd in the discus with yet another best with 33.40m.

 

Junior Girls

100m

1st Lizzy Harrison 13.2

3rd Ella Reed 13.4

6 Lucy England 14.2

200m

3rd Lizzy Harrison 26.6

5th Ellie Linnell 30.4

300m

4th Daisy Coulson-Bascombe 44.9

800m

3rd Ruby Ashman 2:38.5

1500m

1st Issy Wilkins 5:11.2

Long Jump

1st Ella Reed 4.70

Discus

6th Charlotte Watson 13.43

 

Inter Girls

100m

3rd Mae Macklin 13.7

200m

4th Lucy Small 28.3

300m

1st Shannon Flockhart 41.8

2nd Katie Wright 44.4

High Jump

4th Lucy Small 1.35

Long Jump

3rd Lottie Knights 4.46

5th Mae Macklin 4.07

 

Junior Boys

200m

2nd Ayo Opaleye 24.9

800m

2nd Spencer Taylor 2:14.9

6th Markus Downhill 2:23.2

80m Hurdles

1st Joe Purbrick 11.5

2nd Spencer Taylor 13.0

Triple Jump

1st Ayo Opaleye 12.15

 

Inter Boys

100m

1st Julian Priest 11.3

200m

1st Julian Priest 22.8

7th Hartley Green 25.8

1500m

4th Owen Brownston 4:41.6

High Jump

4th Spencer Trewin 1.65

Hammer

1st Thomas Smith 28.84

Discus

2nd Thomas Smith 33.40




Posted by Wayne Dubose on 11/06/2018 08:29:49


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