Kingston Athletics Club and Polytechnic Harriers
Vacant Committee positions Print
Written by Dominique   
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 15:07

As always the club are looking for more volunteers, after the AGM in February it became apparent we have some crucial vacancies.  All of these roles will be good addition to CV's or UCAS application forms as volunteer work, plus you get to help shape the future of the club.

2014-15 Downs League and K&P club Champs for young athletes – Final results Print
Written by Susanne Dietrich   
Tuesday, 17 March 2015 10:15

With Frank and I being away, we had to leave the races to our long-time hero David Barrington, who had organised the League for countless years, and parents Colin Watts, Ann Busa, Susanne Mischke and many more, who stepped in for us and ensured that the day went smoothly. Thank you all very much! I hope you felt it was worth it since our athletes finished on a high.


Downs League Match 3 – Improved performances in particular by our U11s Print
Written by Suzanne   
Monday, 09 March 2015 17:05

Since the last match on the Downs, a lot has happened. We saw excellent performances at the Surrey and Middlesex Schools’ XC Champs, and Phoebe Law, and Mollie O’ Sullivan, Zak Wort, and Neil Wellard qualified for the English Schools. We had equally excellent performances at the Surrey Indoor Champs, with Alex and Darren Meaklim, Alex Parkinson, Jack Westley, Will Gwynne and Pippa Early medalling – Pippa broke the 60m hurdles and our own club’s Dominique Blaize’s long jump championship record – for more see our club’s website. But last Sunday, we were back on the Epsom Downs for the 3rd of the 4 Cross Country League matches for young athletes aged 8 to school year 10. Not having rain was good. A biting, icy wind was not. New athletes coming out was definitely good, some stalwarts missing out because of illness of course was not. But as always, all gave their best, and this is how we fared:

Indoor Master update Print
Written by Mike May   
Tuesday, 10 March 2015 09:20

Four of our masters athletes have got medals at British Masters Indoor championships this winter. Mark Roberts won the M45

BMAF Pentathlon on 15 February, while at this weekend's BMAF indoor championships (7th/8th March), Adam Bellis won m35 200m bronze, Joan Trimble won w60 60m silver only 0.04s behind gold, and 200m bronze, while Chuck Isetts got m70 bronzes at 60m and 200m. Clare Nelson, Andrew Gordon and Mike May also competed.
PS Chuck Joan Mike Clare and Andy are entered in the European Masters Indoors in Torun Poland from 23rd to 29th March
Individual K&P success during the Winter Print
Written by Submitted by Chris Hall   
Tuesday, 03 March 2015 13:00

The winter months have brought some of the most successful Kingston and Poly individual performances ever, with several athletes competing among the best in their age group in the country.



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