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Southern Road Relays 24th September 2018

A tough day on a rain soaked day at the SEAA road relays for the Hillingdon AC juniors. The Crystal palace stadium was the centre of the tough course reports Stevan Dokic. With only 4 teams entered any injuries or colds left teams not completed.
The U/13 girls of Angel Doyle, Nicole McGovern and Asmaa Abdirarman found this a hard task over the 3.2K course. 30th team but should have been in the teens. But I am sure that at the next relays will get this right
The U/15 boys started brightly with Luke Edwards coming in 10th 1st leg in 10.32 and Abdi Hamud making a decent come back 10.55 11th. and Sam Knight 12.50 and no 4th leg runner. With some comfort they did come 2nd non complete team.
The U/17s young men were on a potential 5th with 6 decent athletes. The 4 on a 4.8k run the 1st team raced well but came 11th. The B team had 2 racers who ran faster than 1st teamers. So will bring a competitive edge to the teams for the next relays. Ross Mcgarvie 16.14,Haned Ahmed 16.20, Adam Ireland 17.10, Max Mcgarvie 17.09 – 2nd team Josh Lee 16.44, Ayeol Meslin 16.57.

I am looking forward to the next relays were we will see more form our teams. Well done for a great experience
Stef team manager

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Congratulations to Abdishakur Abdulle, Mohamed Mohamed, Aramias Zeration, Fahad Abdi, Rob Thompson and Martin Bateman who as the club’s A team representatives in the South of England Six Stage Road Relays, finished in 23rd place to ensure that we qualified for the National Finals on 6 October at Sutton Park Birmingham Reports Paul Leppard.

Abdirahman Hamud ran the first leg for an incomplete B team.

The standard at this year’s SEAA Six Stage Road Relays was extremely high with 78 complete teams contesting the men’s championship and less than five minutes between the team that finished tenth and the team that finished 30th. As such, to finish in the top 25 places and secure a place in the National Six Stage Relays was a good achievement.

Our women’s team of Gemma Barry, Hannah Wells, Freya Hollingsworth and Ciara Williams raced over 4.8km each and finished a creditable 29th out of 46 complete teams.

Full results of the relays may be found here: http://www.seaa.org.uk/index.php/results/road-running

September 25, 2018   Comments Off on Southern Road Relays 24th September 2018

July 3K Training Race

Tuesday 31st saw the July 3k training run take place on quite a warm evening. A total of 40 runners took part with quite a few running for the first time so a special well done to you. The results can be found here.

July 31, 2018   Comments Off on July 3K Training Race

Pentathlon Club Record

In the scorching heat of 1st July, Isaac Bloodworth put in a strong performance including PBs in Long Jump and 80m Hurdles to win the U15 Boys Pentathlon with a club record breaking score of 2260 points which. The previous club record was set in 1969. Congratulations Isaac!The result can be found here.

July 30, 2018   Comments Off on Pentathlon Club Record

3k Training Race Results

Well done to everyone who beat the heat in the June 3K Training Race tonight. A big thank you to our officials and the large team of marshals. Results can be found here http://www.hillingdonac.co.uk/3k-training-race

June 26, 2018   Comments Off on 3k Training Race Results

BUCS Champs

If you are into XC and weren’t at Hillingdon House Farm on Saturday 3rd February 2018 you missed the best set of races probably ever run there. It is 50 year since the last time the British University XC Championships have been held in London. That’s pretty big tick for Hillingdon. Everyone did an amazing job to help Brunel University host this event. TBH it was the hard work of Hillingdon and ESM members that did the lions share of the work and we should be rightly proud. That was the peak for Hillingdon House Farm, which has to be one of the best places to put on a XC event. It is equally a devil and an angel for athletes and spectators alike. Particular shout out to John Bignell and Andy Torrance who worked with me to really cut back the overgrowth on the ski slope and by Vyners Field on Friday. Thank goodness we did because the sight of 700+ women charging around the course was amazing and spectactular and I don’t think there were any issues. Maria Hernandez-Humm marveled once again piecing together a squad of enthusiatic marshals from HAC, ESM, Serps and TVH. If anyone from the council asks. It was a Brunel event. They might not like the condition of the fields when they see them. They were well cut up from racing and 4 vans, a trailer and car needed pushing off the fields and caused just a few divots and skids. I was the only sensible person not to park on a XC course
Here is an article I’ve pulled from http://leftspikefanzine.com/ which sums up the day very well.
Fields of green quickly turned to mud at the BUCS Cross Country Championships earlier today

The annual FA Cup of student distance running was a well-organised bout of mud, blood, running and rain by host university Brunel. Cross country as it ought to be.

A winding two-lap route doubled-back on itself in anticipation of the ski slope hill, the first of two features that might well be described as ‘extreme’ and/or ‘edgy’. The second claimed the highest profile of victims – but more on that later.
First up on the menu

Stacked. That’s certainly one word to describe the strength of the women’s field. When the current senior national cross country champion finishes fifth, you know it’s been a rather good race.

Consider: nine out of the first ten women ran for GB in Edinburgh three weeks ago. Between them they’ve won more than 25 individual or team medals at the European Cross Country Championships. They also happen to have a collective 17 individual national cross country medals in their sock drawers.

Awesome. That’s another word to describe the women’s race. The stream of women who snaked their way round the Hillingdon course was a sight to see – and the 704 women who finished was almost three times as many as a decade ago. Women’s distance running in the UK is doing alright at the moment – and youth is on its side.
First-timer to the fore

While victory may have been ‘completely unexpected’ for Harriet Knowles-Jones, the best junior cross country runner on the Continent right now was always one to watch for our money.

She put herself in the mix from the gun. A lead group of five became four as Judd tired. Harriet waited for her moment. It came on the other side of the water feature. The baying crowd willed over-zealous striders to come a cropper in the stream. The leading protagonists took on the potential pitfall with aplomb.
Beaming Bowden brings home the Bronze

Beaming Bowden brings home the Bronze

Rabid, screaming students breached the red tape that marked the finishing straight, ignoring objections from officials to get up in the grills of the fast-finishing girls. Harriet was clear in a position she knows well. Law held off homegirl Bowden by less than one second to snaffle silver. Loughborough took team gold.
Early pace too hot to handle

Rapid. Probably the best word to describe the start of the men’s long race. Relentless too, certainly where permanent fixtures Emile Cairess, Mahamed Mahamed and Alex Yee were concerned.

Others came and went, the pace too hot to trot along with for a few, who were shed unceremoniously to the nether regions of the race. One who kept coming back for more: eventual runner-up, Chris Olley.

First he was up with the fancied few. Then he was back with the chasing pack, letting the lead group go tit-for-tat. Then he was up again, a serious pretender in contention with a lap still to run. Pacing like a boss.

Yee made his move with Cairess in tow. It looked as if that would be the final blow. The Leeds Becket runner, also 19, pulled a winning-margin clear with the second ski slope scaled.
You can’t upend the comeback kid

That was until the dastardly water feature claimed its most high-profile casualty of the day. Face-planted and eating mud. Importantly, undeterred.

The lone, lean figure of Yee emerged from the woods at the death, a silhouette against the greying scene, solitary and strident in the long run for home.
Alex falls prey to the dastardly river-crossing

Just eight months on since a high-speed bike crash left him literally punctured and broken, Yee’s return to winning ways at the first time of asking cannot be understated. Comeback kid he might be, but it didn’t come without its cost.

Olley put a valiant kick in but the damage had been done. It left last year’s short race winner, Cairess, to outkick Mahamed for bronze. St Mary’s took the team title for the seventh time in the last decade.
Last but not least

Typically exuberant, sometimes obnoxiously tribalistic, the men’s short race finished off the afternoon. St Mary’s student, Luke Prior, sped off halfway round lap one and was never bettered. It wasn’t enough, though, to lead his team to gold.

That was, instead, Loughborough’s for the taking. With four inside the first eight, the team’s victory at least went some way to making up for the university’s apparent failure to register a team for the long event.

Photos acquired from various sources. If you are a twitter or Instagram user and want to see more use #BUCSXC

February 6, 2018   Comments Off on BUCS Champs

Dark Run 2017

Thank you to everyone that took part and helped with the 3rd Dark Run 5K on Sat 16th December. From the entry fees and donations we raised £267.00 and from Zoe and John Dobb’s fantastic food we raised £100 profit for a grand total of £367.00 for the Micheal Sobell House Hospice in Northwood.

Results

Pos     Walker Club Gender Age Time
1 Paul Leppard   Hill M 39 19.43  
2 Jennifer Harvey   Hill F 30 20.32  
3 Andy Wood   Hill M 38 20.38  
4 Dave Smith   Hill M 53 20.43  
5 Adam Ireland   Hill M 14 20.44  
6 Daniel Whittaker   Hill M 43 21.07  
7 Andy Miles   Hill M 63 21.43  
8 Zoe Dobbs   Hill F 48 23.04  
9 Angel Doyle   Hill F 11 23.15  
10 Stevan Dokic   Hill M 60 23.21  
11 Jonathan Gawn   Hill M 35 23.46  
12 Vivek Upadhyay   Hill M 32 24.15  
13 Paul Spencer   Hill M 47 24.24  
14 Bryony Lycett-Brown   Hill F 27 24.45  
15 Bob Burton   Hill M 58 24.51  
16 Andy Mansi   Hill M 68 25.10  
17 Dan Spinks   Hill M 43 25.14  
18 Lotte Visser   Hill F 25 25.34  
19 Iwona Gray-Cauvin   Unatt F 38 25.40  
20 Andy Torrance   Hill M 61 25.47  
21 Trevor Steeples   Hill M 61 26.12  
22 Nikki Tasker   Unatt F 31 26.32  
23 Dennis Carey   Hill M 52 26.34  
24 Chris Tasker   Hill M 62 26.36  
25 Lucy Duncan   Hill F 43 27.00  
26 Unknown              
27 Peter Humm   Hill M 54 29.20  
28 Alan Wells   Hill M 54 29.42  
29 Lyndsey Browne   Hill F 38 31.00  
30 Debbie Brown   Hill F 45 31.02  
31 Louisa Gawn   Hill F 36 31.04  
32 Christina Benjamin   Hill F 27 31.09  
33 Anne Jones   Steyn F 63 31.22  
34 Jo Miles   Hill F 62 31.23  
35 Paul Martin   Hill M 50 31.24  
36 Maria Hernandez-Humm   Hill F 51 32.17  
37 Angela Duncan   Hill F 77 34.08  
38 Stephanie Sungtong   Hill F 50 34.51  
39 Chloe Charles   Hill F 21 36.08  
40 Tanzin Ahmed   Unatt M 21 36.08  
41 Sophie Charles   Unatt F 20 36.08  
                 
  1 lappers              
                 
40 Daniel Wong   Hill M 9 14.07  
41 Edward Spencer   Hill M 8 14.56  
42 Isabelle Wong   Hill F 11 18.14  
43 Amy Wong   Hill F 7 19.43  
44 Cherilee Doyle   Hill F 9 21.09  
45 Lorraine Kingston   Hill F 48 21.13  
46 Ronnie  Smart   Hil M 56 21.14  
47 Deborah Wates   Hill F 55 24.07  
48 William Spencer   Hill M 13 28.10  
49 Harry Wild   Hill M 85 28.10  

December 17, 2017   Comments Off on Dark Run 2017

It’s Official!!!

 

An historic day for Hillingdon AC. Team medallists at a National event reports Stevan Dokic . Its been 40 years for the junior boys team and 20 for the junior and senior women team. After a delay of nearly 2 weeks our u/15s boys were officially South of England road relay silver medallists. They also had the fastest lap of the u/15s by Mohamed Sherif Ali 8.24 for the short 3k course. The 4 boys had to wait even though they received the medals on the day.
I hope the times are accurate but should be close as these were carried out on the video evidence.
Well done to Ahmed Hanad 9.13, Abdikalih Khalif 8.51, Adam Ireland 8.58 and Max Mcgarvie 8.54.
The boys go again this Saturday for the national road relays and will be chasing a tougher cause for medal positions.

October 5, 2017   Comments Off on It’s Official!!!

Devil takes the Hindmost 5th September 2017

Results

  Men Women & Over 60 Men Plate
1 John Ellis (ESM) Chris Tasker (M60) Gary Horn (M40)
2 Scott Farley (M45) Anna Harwood Jonathan Gawn
3 John Blake (M50) Zoe Dobbs (W45) Martin Searle (M55)
4 Paul Cassels Nicky Tasker Vivek Upadhyay/Dan Spinks (M40)
5 Sam Hurley Bryony Lycett-Brown  
6 Daniel Whittaker Heather Davidson (W35) Lucy Duncan (W40)/Andy Torrance (M60)/Paul McCay (M40)
7 Tim Seal Louisa Gawn (W35)  
8 Gary Horn (M40) Lucy Duncan (W40)/Andy Torrance (M60)  
9 Jonathan Gawn   Elisa Morse (W45)/Louisa Gawn (W35)/Graham Wood (M65)
10 Vivek Upadhyay/Paul McCay (M40) Elisa Morse (W45)/Graham Wood (M65)  
11      
12 Dan Spinks (M40)/Martin Searle (M55)    
       
       
       
Officials: Gavin Collett, Sharon Talbot, John Bignell, John Dobbs  

 

September 8, 2017   Comments Off on Devil takes the Hindmost 5th September 2017

August 3K Training Race Results

Well done to everyone that competed tonight in the 3K Training Race in perfect conditions. Plenty of great performances once again. Thanks as ever to the team of timekeepers and marshals that made the event happen! Results can be found here.

August 31, 2017   Comments Off on August 3K Training Race Results

June 3K training race results

The rain didn’t stop the June 3k play.  Well done to all that completed the race and a big thank you to the officials that had to contend with challenging weather, finshers with washed off numbers and a very busy finish area. Results can be found here.

June 27, 2017   Comments Off on June 3K training race results