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 Club training sessions for competing members only are Mondays (Invitation / Specialist night), Tuesday and Thursdays, all from 6pm, our location and travel advice can be found here.
**Restricted Parking due to football matches updated 8 April 2018**
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. For further information about Doncaster Athletic Club please ring 07377899083, which will be monitored by our office staff between 5pm and 7.30pm on Club nights Tuesdays and Thursdays at other times please leave a message. For membership details click here. Or join our facebook group – open to all interested in local athletics and running with over 500 members.
Junior Saturday Club, children from 5 years to 10 years welcome, at Doncaster Athletics Club Track next to the Keepmoat Stadium every Saturday morning from 08.30 and 09.30. Any queries please contact Pam 07801969895
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 entries for Doncaster Athletic Club hosted races and events are now live:
Sandall Beat 10k Wednesday 13th June 2018
Town Centre 5k Wednesday 11th July 2018
End of Season Sprint/Endurance Evening – 19 September 2018
Cusworth 10k Sunday 30th September 2018
The last date for reallocation of race numbers is 30 May 2018, you can find our contact details on the following website:
People who enter the race before the 30 May 2018 will have their race numbers posted out. For those entering after this date you can collect your race numbers on the night. Click here to enter.
Thanks to Chris Lawson for updating the club championships after the Askern 10k, click here for the current standings.
Start planning for Scunthorpe Parkrun which is next on the list, on the 2 June 2018.
Askern 10k – 16 May 2018
Great conditions and lots of great performances including PB’s for Phil Whitehead, Michael Richardson and others. Prizes to Peter Badger, Shaz Wood and Marie-Louise Taylor. Also special well done to those who raced a 10k for the first time.
Windermere Marathon – 20 May 2018
Cracking run by Simon Jennings on this hilly course, finishing in 62nd place with a time of 3:27:14.
Liverpool – 20 May 2018
Support crew orginiser, Daz Lambert said “What a fantastic day supporting friends from DAC at the Liverpool half & full marathon, well done everyone, sorry I didn’t take many pics as I was t Continue reading
Congratulations to our 3 athletes competing.
Ian Bellamy (Sen M) 1st 400m 58.3
Henry Cullen (U15B) 1st 800m 2:12.49 & 1500m 2nd 4:32.53
Hugo Cullen (U13B) 2nd 75mh 16.19 & 1500m 4th 5:50.49.
Congratulations to All Athletes that entered – without you there would be no competition
Athletes that gained medals last weekend at Cudworth were;
Ava Jones U15G-1st 200m
Philip Clark U20M-3rd 100m
Ava Jones U15G-1st 100m
Joe Clemitshaw U15B-1st javelin
Nicole Lannie U17W-1st Shot
Adam Allam U15B-2nd Discus
Callie Coates U15G- 3rd HJ
Connie Boyd U13G- 2nd Shot
Lucy Chappell SW-1st HJ
Molly Butterworth U20W-3rd 800m
Lisa Revitt SW- 2nd 100H
Darren Askew SM- 3rd Shot
Aiden Davies SM- 3rd Discus
Ethan Wheatley U15B- 3rd LJ
Congratulations Everyone , Jude
Congratulations if you got an Askern 10k place, its been full for a while. Its the next race in our club championships so please run in club vests, if you don’t have one you can get one tomorrow from the cabin. We may also have a shot at team prizes and runners get disqualified from the team prize if club vests are not worn
Road League NAD – Penistone – 9 May 2018
Special well done to our prize winners, Shaz Wood, Marie-Louise Taylor, Janette Walters and Peter Badger.
Thank you to Nick Newman for guiding Sharon Maughan on all the races in the series.
Leeds Half Marathon – 13 May 2018
I think both Roy and Zak run PB’s on another warm morning for racing, well done guys. Continue reading
Doncaster Athletic Club para athletes Leaha Dixon and William Baxter are celebrating after being selected to represent Team England at the 2018 CPISRA World Games in Sant Cugat, Barcelona in August.
Track athlete Leaha, 18, has been entered for the T35 100m, 200m and 400m. Specialist thrower William, 22, will compete in the F36 discus and shot put. This is the first overseas international competition for the local duo who also took part in the 2015 CPISRA World Games in Nottingham, both bringing medals home to Doncaster.
The multisport World Games provide development and learning experiences to help prepare athletes from around the globe for future sporting success at high profile events such as the Paralympics and World Championships.
At the CP Sport Athletic Series event in York on May 12, the pair showed that their hard work training over winter is paying dividends. Leaha came close to her personal best times in 100m and 200m, and William threw a lifetime best of 10.39m in shot put.
Doncaster para athletes William Baxter and Leaha Dixon at the CP Sport Athletic Series event at York University on 12 May 2018
The club championships are well underway, click here for more information and the current standings. Many thanks to Chris Lawson for his work in this.
North Lincs Half Marathon – 6 May 2018
Set of photos here or our runners by top supporter Martyn Walter.
Very warm conditions for this race which was in our club championships. Club vests must be warn for inclusion in the club championships, if your new to the club and don’t yet have one then exceptions may be made. Vests are available from the cabin.
Lots of awesome performances including a couple of PB’s. Martyn Kellett and Glynn Jones helped a runner to the stadium and help “What a (hot) day. North Lincs Half in the bag. Hard going for an ageing fossil such as myself, but even harder for the lad that myself & Glynn Jones carried / assisted into the stadium area at the end. That WAS serious. Poor lad hadn’t taken on enough water. Hope your OK ,” Continue reading