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Hillingdon AC wants to give every member 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.

Athletics is the sport of competing in track and field events, including running races and various competitions in jumping and throwing.

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Upcoming officials courses

Are you interested in gaining more qualifications or becoming a qualified track and field judge? If so there are a number of Level 1 Officials courses at Allianz Park in North London
Please see course information below and course codes. If you wish to attend and will use the qualifications to officiate at club matches Hillingdon AC will pay for the course
Level 1 H&S
Allianz Park, Greenlands Lane, Hendon,  NW4 1RL


Level 1 Field Judge
Allianz Park, Greenlands Lane, Hendon, NW4 1RL
Level 1 Track Judge
Allianz Park, Greenlands Lane, Hendon, NW4 1RL
Level 1 Timekeeper
Allianz Park, Greenlands Lane, Hendon, NW4 1RL
Please click here for a link to further information on the EA website.


An updated club fixture list of mainly xc and road races is now here.

Devil Takes the Hindmost

Tuesday 30th August 2016
Devil Takes the Hindmost
at Rochester Road, Northwood Hills
1 Daniel Cox
2 Clive Wickham
3 Jason Steel (V)
4 Gab Segall
5 Dave Smith (V)
6 David Shelvey (V)
7 Steve O’Keefe (V)
8 Stuart Arundel (V)
9 John Dobbs (V)
10 Graham Wood (V)
11 Andy Torrance (V)
Over 40 Men
not held
1 Ciara Williams
2 Lotte Visser
3 Zoe Dobbs (V)
4 Katherine Wells
5 Mel Spencer (V)
6 Bryony Lycett-Brown
7 Katie Stokes
8 Elisa Morse (V)
9 Christina Benjamin
10 Sharon Talbot (V)
1 Stuart Arundel (V)
2 Andy Torrance (V)
3 David Shelvey (V)
4 Steve O’Keefe (V)
5 John Dobbs (V)
6 Graham Wood (V)
7 Elisa Morse (V)
8 Sharon Talbot (V)
9 Christina Benjamin
10 Katie Stokes
11 Bryony Lycett-Brown

Officials: Gavin Collett, Dan Spinks, John Bignell, Alan Wells

SCVAC Track And Field Championships 2016

There Were 7 Medals won in total for the 3 Hillingdon Ac athletes taking part at the recent Sothern Counties Veterans Ac/Veterans Ac Championships at Kingston on Sat 28th August reports Jason Steel.
Conditions Sunny/Windy.
Results as follows,

M40 200m Bronze Jason Steel 26.9
M40 400m Gold Jason Steel 60.2
M55 200m Bronze Richard Jenkin 29.25
M55 400m Silver Richard Jenkin 67.06
M75 800m Silver Doug Milsom 3:31s
M75 1500m Silver Doug Milsom 6:55s
M75 3000M Gold Doug Milsom 27:36s

Full results can be found here.

Clubhouse Spring Cleaning Morning

Dear All,

It’s been some time since the clubhouse had a good spring clean ( yes I know it is almost September). I would like to get a working party together for one Saturday morning for a few hours. Date to be arranged. Please let me know if you are willing to help out. Either see me at the clubhouse or e mail me on davidalan.smith2@gmail.com

Free Sports Massage at the Clubhouse

Kirsten Williams is studying for a BTEC level 5 in Soft Tissue Therapy with Mel Cash at the London School of Sports Massage. As part of this course she needs to complete a number of soft tissue treatments in order to qualify. To help her achieve this we have agreed for Kirsten to attend the club to offer soft tissue massage for anyone who is interested.

The services she would be offering to members include

– sports massage

– postural assessment

– remedial massage

Techniques used will include neuromuscular technique, soft tissue release and muscle energy technique as well as more general massage.

Before treatment will commence a full case history will need to be taken and consent forms signed.

Kirsten will not be able to treat acute injuries so volunteers should wait at least 3-5 days post injury before having a treatment.

Initially Kirsten will be available on Thursday evenings for appointments from 7 until 9.15. Treatments will last around 40 mins. If there is demand she may also start running sessions on Tuesday evenings as well.

If members are interested in having a treatment if they could email Kirsten in advance on kirstenstep@aol.com. Although she will be able to offer on the day treatments it will be easier to treat if she has appointments arranged.

These services  will be offered free of charge from w/b 26 September.


Middx County 10K

On Sunday 4th September there is the Middx 10K champs in PB flat Victoria Park, London. The club will pay for your entry but you will need to enter the race yourself and forward your receipt to Martin Bateman or Paul Leppard. Emails have been sent to paid up senior club members about this event. Entry cost is £5.00. You’ll need your EA number. If you don’t know it please contact Steve Hirons at s.hirons@ucl.ac.uk. Online entries close on the 29th August http://www.middlesexaa.org.uk/

Relays Season is coming

Info for athletes and managers. As you can see it will be a busy day at a new venue especially for the officials.
ENTRY DETAILS at Bedford Autodrome, Bedford MK44 2YP
Sunday 25 September 2016
10.45am U13 BOYS 4 x 2997m
10.50am U13 GIRLS 3 x 2997m
11.35am U15 BOYS 4 x 2997m
11.40am U15 GIRLS 3 x 2997m
12.25pm U17 MEN 4 x 3851m
12.30pm U17 WOMEN 3 x 2997m
1.15pm SENIOR WOMEN 4x 3851m
1.15pm VETERAN WOMEN 4 x 3851m
1.40pm SENIOR MEN 6 x 6000m
1.40pm VETERAN MEN 4x 6000m
Deadline for entries is the 9th September and a club of our size should be represented in every competition. Please let your team managers know your availabilty for this event ASAP once contacted. http://www.seaa.org.uk/events/road-running.html
2 weeks prior to this event we also have the Middlesex County Relays in Hayes on Sunday 11th September so please also keep that date free if you want to be involved. It will be used in part by the senior TM’s as a selection event for the SEAA Relays. Emails have been sent out regarding this event.

Gosunder Trophy Results 2016

Congratulations to Paul Spencer for winning the latest edition of the Gosunder handicap trophy on Saturday 6th August. Despite the course being fractionally longer than last year due to an enforced detour Paul finished nearly 5 minutes faster than 12 months ago holding off a challenge from Bob Burton in 2nd and Melanie Spencer in 3rd giving us a married couple on the podium.

New for this year we had some relay teams taking part running 2×2.5 miles which allowed some of our younger runners (and parents and coaches) to take part and we saw some great times.

Many thanks to everyone who raced or helped out on the day, there was a great atmosphere which continued into the night back at the clubhouse.



This year’s competition will take place on Tuesday 30th August at 7pm on the
normal course at Rochester Road in Northwood Hills, opposite Haydon School.
Please register at the clubhouse by 6.30pm or be at Rochester Road by 6.50pm.
You compete entirely at your own risk.
All Club members are welcome to run, with a £3 fee for any non-Club members.
This year there will be four competitions:
Women Maximum of eight rounds
Over 40 Men Maximum of eight rounds
Under 40 Men Maximum of ten rounds
Plate (for those knocked out in early stages of the other three competitions)
Maximum of five rounds
How does it work?
All the runners in each competition start together and run up the hill (just under 300m
in length). The last one to the top is eliminated (sometimes more depending on
number of entries).
The remainder jog back down again and then repeat the run up the hill. Once again,
the last one to the top is eliminated (sometimes more depending on number of
This is repeated until only one runner is left, who is the winner of the competition.
So that everyone gets more than one run, halfway through the event everyone who has
been eliminated to that point in the three main competitions can enter the Plate
Further details if required from Gavin Collett