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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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09/08/2017  Watford Open  details

800m Race 7:  Joel McGinness 2:29.45 (7); Race 16:  Conall McGinness 2:03.22 (4)




Posted by Wayne Dubose on 11/08/2017 07:09:18

08/08/2017  Kettering Open  details
Congrats to Yinka Opaleye who won his 300m race in 42.91 secs to beat his own club veteran's record of 43.6 secs.  He beat son Ayo into second place but, over the course of the summer, Ayo has reduced the gap from 4 secs to less than 1 sec.
75m R1:  4 Grace Hart 13.96; 100m R2:  4 Emily Hart 16.15 (-2.4 wind speed), R3:  3 Macy Taylor 14.67, 4 Daisy Coulson-Bascombe (-0.9); 150m R2:  6 Grace Hart 29.13 (-2.9); 200m R2:  2 Emily Hart 33.39 (-0.9), R3:  5 Ella Reed 30.28 (-3.4), R4:  7 Markus Downhill 31.73 (-3.7); 300m:  1 Yinka Opaleye 42.91 Club Record, 2 Ayo Opaleye 43.69; 600m 3 Tom Waterworth 1:49.59, 7 Evie Flockhart 2:05.93; Mile:  2 Shannon Flockhart 5:16.38, 3 Owen Brownston 5:34.41, 4 Jason Hart 5:41.26


Posted by Wayne Dubose on 12/08/2017 14:05:59

31/07/2017  Eastern Masters League, Peterborough  details

Ten Hunts AC athletes showed up for the final Eastern Masters League meet of the season at Peterborough and contributed to a successful effort which included 1 club record, 4 wins, 6 personal bests and possible entry into the final for our ladies in September.  Steve Mortimer got the ball rolling by covering the 2k walk in 12:37.5 to break the veteran's record of 12:43.4 set by Phil Speaight in 2011.  Our women's team, consisting of Sandra Pedley, Sandra Acton and Jo Abel, put up a courageous effort in trying to qualify for the final.  Sandra Pedley scored big points by covering five events which included a win in the W50 100m.  The Hunts AC ladies finished 3rd on the night and ended up tied for 2nd place in the final league standings.  So who out of Hunts AC or NVH will go to the final?  All that can be said with certainty is that three of the NVH athletes weren�t registered as EVAC members as of the previous day.  The men picked up two wins, both coming in the discus.  Bob Ellingham connected with his furthest-ever throw of 33.68m to beat his two-year-old best by 44 cms and win the M50 event.  In the M60 discus, Wayne DuBose, who had not touched a discus in competition or training in over a year, and who had dislocated his shoulder twice in 2016, contested the event gingerly with standing throws throughout.  After a no throw in the first round, he got the discus out to 23m and found himself just over a metre behind the leader.  A more concerted effort in the third round led to 27.74m.  With the win secured and with thoughts of another hospital visit, he passed on his final throw.  Special mention to Yinka Opaleye who took precisely 10 seconds off his 400m PB with 60.7 and to Jo Abel who achieved two PBs in the 100m and discus.

M35:  100m Yinka Opaleye 12.6 (3); 400m Yinka Opaleye 60.7 (3); Mile Peter Downhill 5:08.3 (2); JT Steve Burke 28.90 (2); DT Steve Burke 25.35 (2); HJ Yinka Opaleye 1.45 (2); Relay (Richard Phelan 400m, Steve Burke 200m, Yinka Opaleye 200m, Peter Downhill 400m) 3:12.5 (3)

M50:  100m Richard Phelan 14.4 (3); JT Bob Ellingham 22.62 (4); DT Bob Ellingham 33.68 (1)

M60:  DT Wayne DuBose 27.74 (1)

2k Walk:  Steve Mortimer 12:37.5 (2) Club Record

N/S:  DT Steve Mortimer 18.76

W35:  100m Jo Abel 14.8 (2); 400m Sandra Acton 2:43.3 (6); JT Sandra Acton 6.95; DT Jo Abel 14.93 (3); TJ Jo Abel 8.83 (2)

W50:  Sandra Pedley - 100m 18.1 (1), JT 10.74 (3), DT 12.08 (3), TJ 6.73 (2), HJ 1.10 (1)

N/S:  DT Sandra Acton 10.83




Posted by Wayne Dubose on 02/08/2017 08:08:41

27/07/2017  European Masters Athletics Championships, Aarhus, Denmark  details

Competing in the W55 heptathlon at the European Masters Athletics Championships at Aarhus, Denmark, Penny Butcher finished an excellent 8th with a new personal best score of 4414 points which now places her 4th in the UK all-time rankings. Starting off with the 80m hurdles, Penny sped to a new personal best with 15.84 secs, removing two-tenths from her previous best. In the high jump, Penny reached her highest height of the year with a 1.29 clearance, just one centimetre from her best. Over to the shot putt and Penny pushed the 3kg metal ball out to another personal best, adding 7 cms to her best with 6.86m. She finished off the first day with 34.43 secs in the 200m, her best in 2017 by almost a second. On day two, Penny started off with a solid 3.92m in the long jump before collecting her third personal best, this time reaching 18.10m with the javelin, an improvement of 9 cms. She finished off strongly in the final event, placing first in the 800m with 2:55.23, her best time for six years. Penny beat her previous best score by 83 points.

Competing in the M45 triple jump at the European Masters Championships in Denmark, Neil Carrington finished 7th with 11.92m to equal Peter Fuller's 31-year-old club veteran men's record and also move up to 4th in the M45 national rankings (and this jumping into a -1.1 negative wind).




Posted by Wayne Dubose on 31/07/2017 07:53:57

26/07/2017  Watford Open  details
Issy Wilkins, Shannon Flockhart and Joey Croft finished their races at the Watford Open higher up the national rankings than before they started. Issy covered her 3000m race in 10:41.58 to beat her own Under 15 Girls club record by six seconds and move up to 21st in the U15G national rankings. Shannon Flockhart finished her 1500m race in a PB 4:38.93 which is the fastest time by a female at the club since 2003 and moves her close to the top 20 in the national rankings. Joey Croft knocked three seconds off his best with 4:01.34 which puts him in the national top 100 and is the fastest time by a male at the club since 1999. 1500m: R1 Amelia Darnell 5:06.31 (5) PB; R4 Joel McGinness 5:06.25 (4) PB; R9 Seb Darnell 4:48.68 (7) PB; R13 Shannon Flockhart 4:38.93 (15) PB; R17 Conall McGinness 4:18.02 (8); R22 Joey Croft 4:01.34 (11) PB; 3000m Issy Wilkins 10:41.58 (20) PB and Club Record

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 27/07/2017 12:06:26

25/07/2017  Corby Open  details

75m R1:  1 Nigel Coleman 11.2 (Equal Club Record); 150m: 1 Nigel Coleman 22.9; 200m R5:  1 Owen King 23.1




Posted by Wayne Dubose on 15/08/2017 07:51:46


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