Club AGM is on 9 October @ 7pm
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 at 6pm. Our location and travel advice can be found here.
NEXT ROVERS HOME GAME 21 OCTOBER – TRAINING RESTRICTIONS
We are a friendly club and new members should visit our sister website, Doncaster Pacers or call Kev Lincoln, Club Chairman on 07739312835. For membership details click here. Or join our facebook group – open to all interested in local athletics and running with over 425 members.
WINTER TRAINING INFORMATION 2014 / 2015
We currently have a waiting list for junior members. None members are welcome to attend our Saturday Club, at our track, between 10am and 12 midday, £5 charge for coached sessions in running, jumping and throwing. 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.
The following names were drawn last night:
1st – Pete Wade £30
2nd – Les Grant £20
3rd – Chris Firth £10
To join the lottery and support our club please click here.
Keeping up the tradition of South Yorkshire breading top class Heptathletes and following Jess Ennis’ lead, the South Yorkshire team that featured two Doncaster AC athletes, Lucy Chappell and Beth Taylor, won the Senior Girls Heptathlon Team Competition at the 27th English Schools Combined Events championship at Boston last weekend.
The South Yorkshire team of Lucy, Beth, and Sheffield’s Amy Hodgson and Olivia Noteman won the competition with an overall team score of 12,170 points, beating the Essex team into 2nd place (11,953 points) and Gloucs into 3rd (11,885 points).
It was an unexpected win for our girls Continue reading
Berlin Marathon – 28 September 2014
James Smith has been running marathons all over the world for several years, he has wanted to go under 3 hours for as long as I have known him and today he smashed it! He ran Berlin in 2:56:40, this was a PB of 11 minutes and 28 seconds. Well done to James who trained for many months building up to this, I am sure you are already planning your next one. James enters the all time top 10 in 7th place, his 5k splits are below.
Bupa Great Yorkshire Run – 28 September 2014
Good running by all at Sheffiled including some new members. Hardwork paying off!
Last weekend Aiden Davies finally made the top step of the podium in his fourth English Schools Combined Events Championships. Aiden struck Gold in the Senior Boys Decathlon at the 27th ESAA CE Championship held at the Princess Royal Arena, Boston, with a personal best score of 6844 points, 110 clear of his nearest rival Lewis Church from Kent.
Aiden started the day with a win in the 100m with a time of 11.33 seconds.
After this first event his main rival, Nicholas Hunt from Dorset, pulled out of the competition and left the way clear for Aiden to go on to take the championship. Continue reading
Anyone entering the SY Cross Country Races or Indoor Series must provide their EA number when collecting their number. You will find your number on your “Registration Card”, please check your card to ensure it is for the 2014 – 2015 season. The design of the card changed this year as per the below example. If your not sure see Kev Lincoln – if your EA fee has not been paid then it needs sorting out before the events start so you don’t get disqualified. This does NOT apply to U11 members.
You can check your EA Registration details at this link, your username is probably your UKA number – https://livemyathletics.uka.org.uk/ManageMy…/Members/Login
In addition please get your numbers in advance as we have to submit the entry list before the day. For cross countries click here for more details.
Mens / Womens Running
If you’re looking for a motivational boost to help you improve your running, or just some advice on the latest kit, then Doncaster AC is offering you the chance to claim a copy of either Men’s Running or Women’s Running Magazine; and it’s completely free.
To claim, all you have to do is click on the relevant link below. There is no commitment to buy further copies, so grab yourself a freebie today*
Women’s Running provides practical information and inspiring stories to help you to achieve your running goals, whether you are a beginner or an experienced runner. Every issue has all the expert advice and info you need to improve your running plus detailed featured on how to lose weight, nutrition, and improve your health.
Click the link to claim a free copy of Women’s Running
Men’s Running is the only running magazine dedicated to men. If you are looking for info on improving your running technique, losing weight, getting fit, gear and gadgets or reading the most eye popping, inspirational stories from the world of running, Men’s Running takes pride in offering you all this and more.
Click the link to claim a free copy of Men’s Running
* Only one magazine per household. UK only.
Its your last chance to enter online for the Cusworth 10k which is on 5 October – click here.
Everyone who is not running, could you please volunteer your time to help marshal the event? If you could arrive at Cusworth Hall for 9:15 on Sunday 5 October we would really appreciate the help! If you could let Kev Lincoln or Eddie Fletcher know if you can help.
We are also looking for marshals for the charity event, the Aurora 5k on the 27 September. If you can help out please arrive at the Keepmoat for 10:45 on Saturday. Thanks!