Kingston Athletics Club and Polytechnic Harriers
Road Running Report Print
Written by Nicky Atkins   
Thursday, 28 May 2015 08:39

Sunday 3rd May –K&P member Johanna Barton raced in the “Bay Run” which is a half marathon in Cork on a hilly course in chilly conditions finishing in 2hrs 2mins to raise funds for Princess Alice Hospice, Esher who cared for her father the late David Gibbons, a former K&P member who sadly passed away March 2014. Johanna and her family raised a massive £2500 for the Hospice. There is still time to give if you wish to do so on Johanna’s just giving page which is:

SCVAC Men's match 1 Report Print
Written by Mike May   
Thursday, 28 May 2015 08:37

On a sunny but windy night, our men's team just made it into third place. We were some way behind Epsom and Hercules Wimbledon (at the time of writing some uncertainties in the results and scoring mean I don't know which of the two teams won the match as there was only a point or two in it), and would have needed a much fuller and stronger team in the track events to get anywhere near.

SAL Twickenham report Print
Written by Gordon Lester   
Thursday, 21 May 2015 09:27

The first Southern Athletics League Match at Twickenham, and one of the first competitions of the season, went off with a bang with a FANTASTIC win for Kingston and Poly! It was an outstanding competition that held a great team atmosphere, mixing newer athletes with the more seasoned SAL’ers with both ladies and gents putting out near full teams.

SCVAC Women's Match 1 Report Print
Written by Nicky Atkins   
Tuesday, 26 May 2015 07:59

An excellent turnout for our first Southern County Veterans Athletic Club (SCVAC) league match at Kingsmeadow on Monday 18th May. Despite a very chilly evening ten women enjoyed themselves running, throwing & jumping.

BAL Division 2, Match 1, Crawley May 9th Print
Written by Peter Waddington   
Thursday, 14 May 2015 17:39

British Athletics League Division 2, Match 1

Crawley, May 9th 2015


Early-season matches often seem to give team managers nightmares and this one was no exception. Once again Humphrey faced a creeping plague of injuries and unavailability affecting key athletes, leaving his track options looking particularly threadbare. For the first time in years we were bereft of any HCA support and entirely reliant on our own in-house resources and the omens looked ominous, but we were bolstered by the introduction of a string of debutants, several still very inexperienced, who fought commendably alongside the seasoned old guard.


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