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Hillingdon Athletic Club wants to give every member from aged 9 upwards the opportunity to train and participate at his or her best level, in a professional and happy environment and be recognised locally as such a club.

We are club that provides for it’s members from Junior to veteran ages the opportunty to compete in Track and Field, Road and Cross Country events both locally and nationally.

All Standards Welcome!

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Night Orienteering Sat 2nd March 2019

A Night Orienteering event where participants/teams are given a printed OS map and punch card.
The map is marked with locations to find in the local area of Ruislip Clubhouse.
Each location has points to be scored from 10 to 50 points. There are up to 15 locations.
Each location has a unique card puncher and a reflective marker.
The winners are those that score the most points within 1 hour of starting and returning
to the clubhouse. There are penalty points of 5 per minute if late back. There is no set route so part of the fun is trying to choose the best route.

There is a staggered start per person/team. The first departure will be at 6pm.
The event is in the dark and all participants should have a working torch and dress to be seen.
A compass might be handy too. The routes participants choose may invovle dark alleyways,
fields and the woods depending how brave they are. Some main roads may need to be crossed.

There are 4 entry options.
Individual Runner: Individual Walker: Team of Runners: Team of Walkers.
Teams can have no more than 4 adults, but can have an unlimited number of U18’s.
Due to the nature of the event all U18’s must be with an adult at all times.
Entry fees are £5.00 per adult and £2.00 per U18.
All monies, excluding event costs will go to a local charity. Please pay in cash on the night.
The pre entry form is here https://fs21.formsite.com/mbatemanhillingdonaccouk/NightO/index.html

HAC needs you – Hillingdon 20 Sunday 10 March

A big thank you to those that have responded by email and on Facebook and volunteered for the above race.
We need a minimum of 70 marshals to ensure the race goes ahead!
Please contact Maria on hacmhh@outlook.com or sign up at the clubhouse.
If you are a club member running the race, please can you provide someone to help marshal.
Please volunteer and help your club with our most important fixture of the year. Guidance will be given and free refreshments provided.

Fish and Chip and Games night following final Met League – 9th February

After the Met League on Saturday 9th February the clubhouse team will be providing fish and chips and a pool, carpet bowls and darts competition evening.

Food will be served at 7pm


Food options…

Small cod and chips £8.00
Large cod and chips £9.00
Small haddock and chips £8.60
Large Haddock and chips £9.60
Plaice and chips £8.30
Scampi and chips £6.40
Large battered sausage and chips £4.60
Cheese and onion pasty and chips £5.20

Prices include vinegar, tartar sauce and ketchup.

This is the final met league of the season so hoping to see as many of you there as possible to celebrate the blood, sweat, tears and mud endured by all.

Please comment on the Facebook post, sign up at the clubhouse or see a member of the clubhouse team to give your food orders.

All welcome.

Annual General Meeting – 5th March 2019

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Hillingdon Athletic Club will be held at the Clubhouse, 206 Bury Street, Ruislip on Tuesday 5th March 2019 at 8.15pm.

Only paid up members are entitled to attend and to vote.

If you wish to place an item on the agenda or make a resolution, please notify the Club Secretary Alan Wells in writing by 15th February 2019 at the latest. All resolutions will require a proposer and seconder.

Elections for the following positions will be held at the AGM. If you wish to be nominated for any position, please notify the Club Secretary by 15th February 2019 at the latest with details of your proposer and seconder.


Chairs of the following sub-committees:​​​

Competitions: Seniors and Veterans
Competitions: Juniors ​​​
Race Promotions​​​
Clubhouse ​​​]
Communications ​​

​The Club Secretary can be contacted via the email :-  a_wells44@btinternet.com

The Formal Notice for the AGM will be sent out on or around 18th February 2019.

Wycombe Half Marathon

This year the annual half marathon and 10-kilometre race, to be held on 14th July, will be renamed The Hell-Fire Half and 10k.

The name change reflects the unique opportunity runners have to run through the historic West Wycombe Park, home to the Dashwood family and the infamous Hell-Fire Club, also referencing the “undulating” nature of the course.

The races will once again start and finish at Adams Park, home of Wycombe Wanderers FC, and we are pleased to say that they will again be sponsored by Grant & Stone.

Finishers will be awarded medals, t-shirts and a second-to-none goodie bag complete with a free entry ticket to the Hell-Fire Caves!

To celebrate the name change there will be, for a limited time, a discount on the entry price making it just £20 for the half marathon distance and only £14 for the 10k race.  This offer will last until 31st January.

And if you sign up for our sister race, the Grant & Stone Marlow 5 – this year on 12th May – you can pick up an entry for The Hell-Fire Half or the 10k for only £10 more! Again, this offer expires on 31st January.

Race entry and route maps can be found at www.handycrossrunners.co.uk

Middlesex Cross Country Championships – 5th January 2019

Congratulations to HAC’s U13 girls team who were victorious at this years Middlesex Cross Country Championships at Horsenden Hill, reports Diane Gibbons. Asmaa Abdirahman finished in first position, closely followed by Nicole McGovern in second place. Scarlett McClellan finished in 20th as our third scorer.

Not to be outdone HAC’s U15 boys team of Nathan Hackley (4th), Mohsin Moallin (12th) and Luke Edwards (13th) took second place in the competition.

A small band of senior ladies took to the fields, reports Zoe Dobbs. With most of our faster ladies missing and a stronger and larger field of runners from 2018, achieving another fourth place was always going to be a struggle this year. Hannah Wells as always was at the front of the pack coming in 19th (33.53), Zoe Dobbs 50th (37.33), Lynn Hyde coming back from a long term injury came in a credible 78th (40.58) and the amazing Mel Spencer running with a knee injury was our fourth scorer 82 (41.14). Congratulations to Vicky and Christina who both knocked off well over 4 minutes from their times last year which is an awesome effort. We finished 12th overall. Bring on Wormwood Scrubs!

Hillingdon AC’s senior men finished 4th in the team competition with Robert Thompson (8th), Aramias Zeraton (11th), James Laing (26), Fahad Abdi (35), Richard Mann (50) and Paul Leppard (66) scoring.

Well done to all that competed and represented Hillingdon AC on a cold January morning. Full results can be found here http://www.middlesexaa.org.uk

Clubhouse closed Sunday 13th January and help needed

Next Sunday is the Cadets Cross Country race in Ruislip Woods. They will be using the clubhouse to change and for refreshments afterwards therefore the clubhouse will be closed to members.

We also need help behind the bar from 10am onwards for a couple of hours. Please let Dave Smith know if you can help.

Club Representative Needed

A big thank you to Sue Bishop for representing HAC on the Middlesex Committee.
As from the Middlesex AGM on Monday February 25th 2019 Sue will be stepping down from this role and a replacement is needed. The Committee only meets 5 times a year (including the AGM) and these meetings will be held on Monday evenings throughout 2019.
The the 2019 dates are:-
Monday April 15th
Monday June 24th
Monday September 23rd
Monday November 25th
It is really important that the club is represented on this Committee. If you are interested in this role or require further information please contact
Dave Smith.

Middlesex XC Champs

The Middlesex Cross Country Championships are taking place this Saturday, the 5th January, at Berkeley Fields, Greenford. Additional marshals are needed and each club has been asked to try and provide a marshall. If you are able to come along and help out please let Dave Smith know in advance so you can be allocated a position.

Ruislip Lido Relays – 30th December 2018

15 teams competed in this years Ruislip Lido Relays. Well done to Joel Pope who took the top spot this year, completing all three laps in 28.19

Full results as follows:

Position Name Lap time Total time
1 Joel Pope 9.41



2 Charlie Edwards

Joanna Edwards

Steve Edwards




3 Thomas Wharton

William Spencer

Edward Spencer




4 Hannah Wells

Freya Hollingsworth

Natalie Wickings




5 Katie Wharton

Paul Spencer

Mel Spencer




6 Dave Smith 11.22



7 John Bignell 11.51



8 Bhavna Shah-Quinn

Stephanie Sungtong

James Quinn




9 Zoe Dobbs

Sharon Talbot

John Dobbs




10 Vivek Upadhyay 11.48



11 Alan Wells

Heidi Smith

Sam Hurley




12 Iwona Gray – Cauvin 12.28



13 James Lane

Graham Wood

John Doyle




14 Lyndsey Browne

Charlotte Ford

Andy Torrance




15 Sally Bundock

Hannah Bundock

Bob Beales