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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.

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Gosunder 5 mile Handicap Race – Sunday August 1st, 9.30 a.m.

Next Sunday will see the return of the Gosunder 5 mile handicap, the only club race which is actually older than the club.
 
It will be contested over a 5 mile course in Ruislip Woods with a 2×2 1/2 mile relay option available for juniors or anyone who wants to take the shorter option.
 
Numbers will be issued at the clubhouse from 8.45-9.15am with the first runner starting at 9.30, the last at around 10.00. First HAC member across the finish line will get their hands on the magnificent trophy.
 
Race entry is free for HAC members or £3 for non members.
 
Afterwards we will be returning to the clubhouse to watch the final Olympics athletics session which runs from 11.00 to 13.55 including the men’s 100m final.
 
Please enter in advance by letting Dan Spinks or John Luscombe know that you will be there although entries will be available on the day for the less organised of you.
 

Wilkie Mile 2021

This year’s Wilkie Mile will take place on Thursday 22nd July at King’s College track (tarmac surface), Ruislip.
 
This year there will be four races.
 
6.45pm: One mile race (four laps of the track) for estimated time over 6 mins 30sec
 
7.00pm: One mile race (four laps of the track) for estimated time under 6 mins 30sec
 
7.15pm: One mile relay (four laps of the track)
 
In a similar format to the Lido Relay at Christmas, each lap can only be run by one person, but one person can run more than one lap. In other words, teams can comprise of one, two, three or four people!
 
7.30pm: Watchless “Guess Your Time” One mile race (four laps of the track)
 
Please register & collect your numbers (please bring safety pins) at the clubhouse by 6.30pm.
 
You compete entirely at your own risk.
 
All Club members are welcome to run
 
HOLDERS (2019):
Men – James Laing 4:50.6
Women – Catriona Paterson 5:25.1
Relay – S McLellan, F Coombe, A Ireland, J Lee 4:15
Watchless – Iain Betson exact time!
 
Further details if required from Gavin Collett
 
DATE FOR YOUR DIARY
TUESDAY 31ST AUGUST 2021 – DEVIL TAKES THE HINDMOST
At ROCHESTER ROAD, NORTHWOOD HILLS 7pm START

English Schools Track and Field Championships

Our congratulations go to Nana Owusuah Quainooa for a fantastic performance at the recent English Schools where she won the 100m Junior girls A final in a time of 12:27. Congratulations also to Mia Smith who made the final of the Senior Girls 100m A final finishing in 12:33. Well done both of you.

English Schools

Congratulations to the following six HAC athletes who have been invited to compete in the prestigious English Schools event this  weekend

Good luck to Arun Forrest; Cassie Southgate; Lucy Wilcox; Mia Smith and Nana Owusuah Quainoo; Aryan Padaruth

I am sure they will have a great experience and do themselves, and HAC, proud.

 

 

New 0-5k Course – September 2021

Would you like to get fit and become a runner in a fun, no pressure environment? Then come and join the HAC Run Hub 0-5k beginner group.

Why?

  • Get fit with an 8 week structured 0-5k programme
  • England Athletics qualified run leaders
  • No pressure – walk/run at your own pace in a fun environment
  • Make new friends along the way and experience being part of a running group
  • Experience the “feel good factor” and all the amazing benefits that exercising brings – great for mental wellbeing, confidence boosting, improvement in your overall health to name just a few!

When?

Starting Saturday 4th September at 11am for 8 weeks

Where?

Hillingdon Athletics Club, 206 Bury Street, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 7TJ

How?

Find us on www.runtogether.co.uk Search for Hillingdon Athletics Run Hub Here you can book your sessions. Alternatively, you can email info@hillingdonac.co.uk to book your place.

The 8 week course is £20 payable at the Introductory Session.

For more information visit www.hillingdonac.co.uk/runhub

Volunteers needed for SAL Home Fixture

All members
 
Your help is needed for the Southern Athletics League at Uxbridge track on Sunday 11th July, please.
 
The first event starts at 12 noon and the last event at 4.30pm. Some help may be required on Sat 10th to set up the hurdles.
 
Kindly let Maria Humm know if you can help.
 

Middlesex County Track and Field Championships

Middlesex Under 13 & 15 County Championships – 24th July 2021

Entries are now open for the Middlesex Under 13 & 15 County Championships to be held on 24th July 2021 at Lee Valley. The link for on-line entries is: 

https://data.opentrack.run/en-gb/x/2021/GBR/mdx-ya/

Middlesex Senior/ Under 20/ Under 17 County Championships – 30th August 2021

Entries are now open for the Middlesex Senior/ Under 20/ Under 17 County Championships to be held on Monday 30th August 2021 at Lee Valley. The link for on-line entries is:

https://data.opentrack.run/en-gb/x/2021/GBR/mdx-s/

Tashan Daniel Bursary Scheme

Young people in Hillingdon can apply for the next round of the Tashan Daniel Award bursary from Monday 28 June until Sunday 11 July, to support their aspirations in sport, culture and education.
Tashan’s father and sister can be seen on BBC London News talking about this bursary scheme.

https://www.hillingdon.gov.uk/article/7817/Apply-for-the-Tashan-Daniel-bursary-scheme

Hillingdon 20 and Volunteer Coordinator vacancy

Firstly a quick reminder that the Hillingdon 20 is on Sunday 5th September, please keep yourself free to help out. We need as many people as possible (at least 70) to make it a success, this event is the clubs biggest earner and is what keeps your subs down

Maria is stepping down from her role as volunteer coordinator for the H20 so we are looking for someone to take over. The position involves recruiting volunteers and assigning roles to each, briefing marshals on the day and ensuring all positions are covered during the race. Maria will still be on hand this year to help and advise and members of the committee will help with the recruitment drive
If anyone feels they may be able to take on this role then please let Dan Spinks or a member of the committee know. Thanks

Harry Wild

As many of you know Harry’s health has deteriorated in recent months and I am very sad to say his family have informed me that he now has a life limiting illness. Harry may well not be able to visit the clubhouse as often and we will miss our dear friend, as he will miss us I’m sure. Harry would really appreciate you giving him a call for a chat to enable him to remain engaged in, and updated on, club  life. Too many people calling straight away may be a bit overwhelming but as the days go by please keep him in mind and perhaps one morning or evening give him a call. I am sure he will be pleased to hear from you.

Please contact Kathy Davidson at kathy.davidson47@gmail.com for any further information or Harry’s contact details

Dave