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Doncaster Athletic Club caters for Track and Field, Road Running and Cross Country athletes of all levels, we now have over 500 members and we are proud to count hundreds of junior members from across Doncaster and beyond in our membership. Our main training evenings are Tuesday and Thursday from 6pm. Our location and travel advice can be found here.
We are a friendly club and new road runner members should visit our sister website, Doncaster Pacers. All abilities are welcome from international athletes to 14 minute mile runners. Call Kev Lincoln, Club Chairman on 07739312835 for more information. For membership details click here. Or join our facebook group – open to all interested in local athletics and running with over 500 members.
Non-members aged 5 to 10 are welcome to attend our Academy, where our coaches will work with each athlete to find a suitable place in the main club. No need to book, just turn up on the day. Senior members can just call down on a Tuesday or Thursday to have a chat and a run.
We are committed to equality of opportunity in sport for all, irrespective of gender, race, disability or age. Safety and personal achievement are our priorities, as members strive to reach personal goals in sport and fulfil their potential.
SYT&F July 2nd Cudworth
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New kit in club colours, these are top quality Ronhill technical tops made out of the same material as our club vests. The short sleeve top is £25 and the long sleeve top is £27. Limited quantities available from the cabin.
Enter our races now, The Town Centre 5k and Cusworth 10k (all with fun runs).http://www.doncasterathleticclub.com/races/
Doncaster AC, our club does its best to support local charities and next up is the Aurora 5km run, with 2 laps around Lakeside. All flat, ideal for beginners and all the family. All funds go to Aurora Cancer Charity. Medals to all finishers. Trophies to first adult and under 17 male and female. Click here to enter.
Castleton Fell Race – 10 June 2016
The rain started at 4pm and by the time we got to Sheffield the roads were flooded. Not looking good for a run up Lose Hill, then along the ridge to Mam Tor then back down to Castleton. The grass car park was closed due to the risk of all the cars sinking in to it.
The course was not too bad and this was Mark Webster’s first time at this race and only his second fell race (his first being only 4 days earlier at the trunce). Mark also raced at Sandall Beat 2 days earlier. Continue reading
If anyone had told me I’d take part in the Cape Wrath Challenge a year ago I’d have laughed. It’s a unique week of running events held each May in the North West Highlands on the tip of mainland Scotland. Races include a 10K or Half Marathon Road Run round Loch Eriboll, a 10k Two Loch trail run, a 6 or 10 mile Around Durness tough Trail, a fancy dress beach run . . . and the Marathon which takes you to Cape Wrath Lighthouse, the most NW location on Mainland UK. Involves two boat rides across the Kyle and 2,4000 feet of climbing. Alongside is a full programme of social events like a pub quiz, dance practise to live music, buffet and a final night presentation meal and ceilidh. Fantastic week, brilliant location, superb beaches and no midges! www.capewrathchallenge.co.uk
Monday morning’s race- shower, skins & base layers to keep warm, porridge & tea for fuel, wellies & waterproofs for after my first 10k as part of The Cape Wrath Challenge -round Loch Eriboll along the NW Highlands coast road past beautiful Ceanabeinne beach uphill back to Durness. Eek!
First race- I might have been last but I ran & smiled the whole way & got Doncaster Athletic Club on the list!
Tuesday morning. Second race of my Cape Wrath Challenge – 5mile Two Lochs Trail – cold & foggy but stunning scenery, rough underfoot, steep & slippery but fun! Stopped to take photos with Martin the Marshall! Continue reading
South Yorkshire Relays Keepmoat Stadium June 15th 7pm prompt start. U11’s are first so please arrive in plenty of time to warm up and get sorted!
All athletes that will be participating in Wednesday’s South Yorkshire Relays There will be an opportunity to confirm how to do a baton change over with Les & Jude from around 7.20 at the track Tuesday this week.
A list of athletes will be put up on the notice board -please be aware that this is a team event , 1 athlete missing from a relay squad means 3 athletes that will not be able to compete – your attendance is vital !
Any queries see Jude or Les- Contact number – 07792813045
Onesie 5K Charity Run
Next Saturday, the 18th June there is the Onesie 5k Charity Run organised by Brainwave, a charity which supports care for brain damaged children. The run starts at 10am, from our stadium with the usual route twice around the lake.
You can enter on the day and as usual we need marshals to help, if you can spare about an hour of your team please come to the track for about 9.30am to support this worthy cause.
Thorne flat and fast Sportive – 4 June 2016
On Saturday 4 June 2016, 6 club members had a go at a Sportive bike race. Stuart Bartley is an experienced cyclist but the rest of us had just been using cycling for a bit of cross training. You could either do 100 miles or 100km, Stuart was the brave one, the rest of us did 100km.
We had a great time with good conditions and will no doubt look at further cycling events.
Stuart Bartley 6h 11m 16s 100 Mile
Phil Whitehead 4h 4m 48s 100 Km
Martin James 4h 6m 8s 100 Km…
Martin Hookway 4h 8m 2s 100 Km
Marie-Louise Taylor 5h 9m 10s 100 Km
SHARON FIELDHOUSE 5h 52m 37s 100 Km
The Trunce – 6 June 2016
Another good turnout from the club (record) at the short but very testing race. First Continue reading