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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 at 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.
We currently have a waiting list for junior members. Non-members 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.
Athletes may choose to use supplements but should be aware of the facts and risks, so that their choice is an informed one.
There is no 100% guarantee that any supplement is safe and UKA has set out their position on supplements, providing clear advice to athletes, and those who support athletes, on how to reduce the real risk of inadvertent doping posed by supplement use.
“Many thanks to you and all your helpers for the service you provided this weekend. It truly is a pleasure to come a stadium where the staff understand what we are trying to do and are so accommodating and efficient. It makes for a really enjoyable experience.”
On Saturday its the charity event (all funds go to the charity), the Aurora 5k which is located at the Keepmoat, starting at the track and taking in 2 laps of lakeside. Its your last chance to enter on line.
About 10 people from DAC have said they will enter the Liverpool Rick n Roll Marathon / Half, its in just less than a year, click here for details.
Owston Ferry 10k – 21 June 2015
Great running in windy conditions, well done all. Tough conditions for PB’s so if you want another go at chasing down your PB give Laxton a go on the 8 July. As for the Sprotbrough gala results will check for them next week.