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Scott Greeves matches Ward with gold at SEAA Indoors

Club athlete Scott Greeves was keen to equate the achievement of club mate Rick Ward who took the senior South of England 800m indoor title last week at the Lee Valley Athletic Arena. Greeves competing in the second weekend of the championships cruised into the Under 17 Boys 800m final when winning his heat at a canter. A late Saturday ... Read More »

Norfolk U11 Boys steal Gold

Norfolk’s Under 11 Squad took part in the Aviva Fun in Athletics Festival at the UEA Sportspark on Saturday 21st January 2012. Conac athletes dominated the squads that were selected from clubs all over the County to compete for Norfolk in the regional sportshall competition against Essex, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough, Hertfordshire Phoenix and Hertfordshire Pegasus teams. It was a ... Read More »

Annual Road Running Dinner & Presentation Evening

During the annual Road Running Dinner at the Last Wine Bar on Saturday evening, the winners of the CoNAC Road Running Awards for 2011 were announced: Female Road Runner of the Year – Ellie Matthews Male Road Runner of the Year – Stu Huntington Most Improved Female Road Runner – Julia Parsley Most Improved Male Road Runner – Stephen Church ... Read More »

SEAA Indoor Gold for Rick Ward

The Lee Valley Indoor Athletic Arena, North London proved to be a happy hunting ground for athlete Rick Ward. Competing in the South of England Indoor Track & Field Championship over 800m he put an indifferent 2011 track season firmly behind him. Comfortably cruising through his heat in a winning time of 1min 55.8secs he lined up for the final ... Read More »

Conac athletes take County Championship Medals

More than 130 children took part in the 21st Norfolk Sportshall County Championships at the Sportspark in Norwich on Saturday. Unlike previous Sportshall competitions of the season, they were competing on an individual basis to win medals. Medals were presented by two former Sportshall champions, sprinter Clieo Stephenson who is currently ranked third in Britain for 100m at under 17 ... Read More »

Iona Lake – GB superstar!

Iona Lake has risen from relative obscurity to international success in the space of just two months. At the beginning of November, Iona – a first year student at Birmingham University – was battling for her place in the Great Britain junior team to compete at the European Cross Country Championships in Slovenia in early December. Competing in the trial ... Read More »

Ash & Stu make their intentions clear …

CoNAC athletes were determined not to let the seasonal festivities encroach too much into their competitive programme. Ashley Harrell and Stuart Huntington travelled to Clitheroe, Lancashire on the day after Boxing Day to take part in the Ribble Valley 10k. This race has a reputation for producing fast times and so it proved to be. Harrell, in his own words, ... Read More »

Ashley & Iona wave the England XC flag in Brussels

A trip to Brussels via Eurostar proved to be a successful sortie for club athletes Iona Lake and Ashley Harrell who were there to represent England in Sunday‚Äôs Lotto Cross Cup Series. The course laid out in the Park van Laken turned out to be a quagmire as it has done for the past few years. Iona was first away ... Read More »

Goose wins team silver at European XC champs

The last two weeks have been a rollercoaster ride for Mitch Goose. Currently completing his studies at Iona University USA he was told by UK Athletics that he must return to home base to compete in the trial race for the European Cross Country Championships in order to qualify for the Great Britain Under 23 team. Two days after his ... Read More »

Goose flies to glory despite jet lag

For Mitch Goose the European Cross Country Trials held in a blustery Sefton Park, Liverpool proved to be a happy hunting ground on Saturday. Always in the forefront in flamboyant hair styles he led from front when seeking selection for the Great Britain Under 23 team that will be competing on Slovenia in two weeks time. Competing over the rapidly ... Read More »

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