About Us

Beverley Athletic Club has a short history dating back to February 1993. The club came about when newcomer to the area and keen runner, Peter Brown, suggested to the Leisure centre manager at the time, John Taylor, that in view of the number of people running around Beverley on their own there may be enough interest to form a running group at the leisure centre.

Mr Taylor paid for an advertisement to appear in the Beverley Advertiser inviting interested parties to attend a meeting at the leisure centre. As a result of 15 people attending the meeting and expressing an interest it was decided to trial group runs on a Wednesday evening. Despite attendance figures of less than half a dozen in the early weeks, numbers slowly picked up and a decision was taken to become an affiliated athletics club.

Since then annual membership figures have risen each year, topping 100 for the first time on 12th January 2000. Currently membership stands at approximately 180 and has also extended to a thriving and successful juniors club of approximately 30.

Welcome to our Website

Welcome to Beverley Athletic Club, established in 1993.

We are a friendly running club interested primarily in road and cross country running.  We welcome runners of all abilities, shapes, sizes and ages!

We meet on Wednesdays at the Beverley Leisure centre at 6:30pm and we also have other sessions on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursday available to compliment any training programme.  If you are new to running, come and take those first steps with us, where you will be in safe hands.

We also have a very enthusiastic junior club for members over 9 years old.  The junior club meet on Wednesday evenings at 6pm at Beverley Leisure centre.

Please see our Training Sessions section lower down/on the Calendar page for further detail of what we offer and where.

Notices & Events

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Wolds Way Relay Challenge – May 27th 2018 (bank holiday Sunday).

Following the recent request for feedback and consultation with many runners, Beverley AC will be organising the Wolds Way Relay Challenge on Sunday 27th May 2018. (Bank Holiday weekend.)

More information will be added in due course, but just some points for now:
·         The event will be a social, challenge run and not an official race (but timing will be arranged);
·         There will be a small entry fee to cover costs and a memento;
·         Teams of 10 – male, female, mixed and vets categories;
·         All teams to nominate a captain – to communicate information and updates etc;
·         Most legs around 8 miles with a couple of shorter legs towards the end of the route;
·         Maps showing each leg will be available critically showing the changeover locations;
·         The route will be the official Wolds Way, starting at Hessle Foreshore, aiming for a 7.30am start and finishing at Filey Brigg
·         We will be looking to set a time limit of 13 hours (equivalent to an average of 10 minute/mile)
·         It is hoped to arrange a social get together in Filey in the evening with food and drink provided

Get next years diaries out and make a note everyone!

Winter Cycle Club – Sundays 11am Rose and Crown

Former Beverley AC runner Paul Hannon is organising a new Winter Cycling Club which started on Sunday the 8th October, meeting at the Rose and Crown pub on Sundays at 11am.  Routes around 20 – 30 miles.  Mixed ability of road cyclists and all levels welcome.  Naturally a Coffee and Cake stop will be arranged on en route ….and beer at the end!

Interested?  Just turn up!
(Apologies for late notice of start date. Secretary.)

Beaver Trail Anniversary run or walk – Sunday 19th November 2017…..

It’s that time of the year again when Beverley Athletic Club extends the hand of friendship to all the local running clubs and whoever would like to join us.  Free soup and roll afterwards at the Leisure Centre.

The route was founded by Beverley AC in November 1998, 19 years ago, and since then we have celebrated the route in an annual event by inviting anyone to run or walk a distance of their choice.  The trail follows a picturesque cross-country “off road” route.

Choice of 5, 10, 13 and 15 mile routes.  Please see the route details on Beverley AC website under the ‘Training section’ or by clicking here.  If not familiar with intended route please download and study in advance.  Maps will be available on the day.  Please dress appropriately for the weather.

Meet at the Beverley Leisure Complex  for a 10am start.

Toilet, shower & changing facilities available.  Pay £1.40p at reception.  (£1 coin needed for locker which is refundable.)

15 mins of very local fame…

……Well actually closer to 18 minutes; obviously a slow sport news day.  Listen here to your Press Officer, Bruce Woodford, and your Secretary, Fiona Oakes, representing the cub on Beverley FM on Sat 26th August 2017 talking about all things running and what we get up to in the club!
  Watch on YouTube

Learning about traffic management

Beverley AC members, associates of the club and some members from neighbouring clubs are attending a UK Athletics affiliated training course on Traffic Management this weekend.  This will give us the skills and knowledge we need to ensure we can conduct road closures, diversions and manage traffic safely and legally during the races we organise, notably the Beverley 10k race in May.   Conducting this aspect of the race ourselves, rather than employing an external management company, means we can continue to keep entry costs as low as possible and keep the race accessible to all.

Help Beverley AC support Hull marathon!

On Sunday 24th September our city of culture is hosting Hull marathon.  It will be a great spectacle with thousands of runners either running relay legs or the whole 26.2 miles!  You might not be up to running it, but you can certainly still be involved!  Beverley Athletic Club are responsible for marshaling a 1.1 mile section of Boothferry Road.  On this section we will have runners heading out at mile 14, and back at mile 22, so there will be lots of action and loads of runners to support.  We plan on having balloons, banners, streamers, flags, sweets and signs.  Come and be part of the best section on the whole marathon route!  Volunteer or find out more by contacting Fiona here.

Introducing our new Press Officers!

It is with great excitement that I welcome Bruce Woodford and Jim Harbidge as our new Beverley AC Press Officers!  They have kindly volunteered to take on this role which will involve various aspects:
*  Writing press reports to summarise the achievements of Senior and Junior members to be published in HU17.net, Beverley Ads and Hull Daily Mail.
*  Drafting and publishing material to advertise the partnerships of our amazing sponsors that are so intrinsic to the success of our club organised races.
*  To summarise member achievements for the newsletter so we can all celebrate each others achievements.
If any of you have anything you would like to publish or news on race achievements, please email Bruce and Jim through this link.  Beverley Athletic Club has some amazing talent running through it and it’s important we celebrate it; we should all feel very proud to don the Yellow and Gold!    The work of Bruce and Jim will hopefully result in our membership numbers increasing to secure the future of our amazing club.  Welcome and thank you Jim and Bruce!

New vests available

New vests have arrived and are available from Neil.  Please wear your vest in any races you compete in and fly the blue and gold of Beverley Athletic Club with pride.  We are proud of all our members achievements!

Thank you Brian!

Brian Richardson has, up until last week, acted tirelessly to keep our old website and the calendar up to date, and has sent out regular newsletters with all our important information.  Thank you Brian!  The club really appreciates all your effort over the years!  You have left me with big boots to fill!!  Fiona

Courses available to members through Active Humber.

Active Humber is an organisation that exists to use the influence of sport and physical activity to make a positive impact on people’s lives. They believe that everyone has the right to access a supportive community through sport and physical activity to make a positive change in their lives.  The Active Humber team build strong and effective relationships to create accessible and sustainable opportunities through sport and physical activity. They work on behalf of the communities across the Humber area, driven by a passion to make a difference.

Beverley Athletic Club will subsidise any active members who attend any of these courses.  In March they have courses around first aid, mental health awareness in fitness, safeguarding children in sport and many others. Expressions of interest through the form on the Contact Us page please.  Take a look at what’s on offer.

 

Club Diary of Events

Our Races

Beverley 10k

B&A Scaffolding Fun Run: Results 14th May 2017

Here are the long awaited results for the fun run held on Sunday 14th May.  Many apologies for the delay.  A huge well done to all who took part.  There are some very quick times and it was a pleasure to cheer you all on.  Watching friends supporting each other round the race was humbling.  MANY MANY CONGRATULATIONS.  See you at Walkington on the 14th July!?
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Important details for competitors in Beverley 10k and fun run 14th May 2017

Numbers, timing chips and race information will be dispatched imminently to all the competitors.  The B&A Scaffolding Fun Run starts at 10:15am at the Leisure Centre and the Pittaway Beverley 10k starts at 11:15am from Eastgate.  Pedestrian traffic will be controlled down to the start line.  There are some important points that all competitors need to note:
*  The deadline for Fun Run entries is Wednesdayday the 18th April.  Please click here to enter.
*  The deadline for transferring a number in the 10K race is Monday May the 8th.  Please click here to complete the transfer process.
*  Numbers must be worn by the person to whom they are registered.  Both parties involved in an illegal number transfer will be disqualified and banned from future races.
*  You must complete your medical details on the reverse of your number.
*  Under the UKA rules of competition, the wearing of headphones is prohibited during the Pittaway Beverley 10k race.  Offenders will be disqualified.
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Our sponsors: Pittaway and B&A Scaffolding

We are proud to have our popular events sponsored by 2 local companies.
Pittaway are sponsoring our sell-out 10k race and B&A Scaffolding sponsor the fun run.
We are very grateful for their enthusiasm and support, without which these races would not happen.  See what these two companies can do for you here:
Pittaway painters and decorators and B&A scaffolding.  We hope that these are partnerships that will last many years.

Beverley 10k Results

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Click on the link below to view our guidelines document.

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Walkington 10k

Results: Walkington 10k and 3k races

Another highly successful Walkington race night, enjoyed by all.  And despite all the cake consumed a new course record of 32:46 was set by the winner!    A huge THANK YOU to all the marshals, organisers, friends and family who help make this event happen.  Here are the results for the Walkington 10k and 1.75 miler.  Congratulations go to Kian Wiles (3k) and James Kraft (10k).
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Specsavers Walkington 10k and The Pig & Whistle Fun Run Friday evening the 14th July 2017

*** Closing Date for entries extended to 30th June! ***  Our popular 10k race around scenic Walkington and Little Weighton, and the fun run is back!  The evening will start with its popular cake stall, so bring your pennies and your elastic waisted shorts!  Then the 1.75 mile fun run moves off at 6:45pm, followed by the 10k at 7:30pm.  It’s a very scenic run showcasing our beautiful Yorkshire Wolds.  I promise you won’t even notice that steady climb up Bluestone Bottoms!  You’ll be glad you had the cake…..maybe!
Headphones prohibited.  Entries open on the 22nd April and the closing date has been extended to 30th June.  Click here for 10k entry.  Click here for fun run entry.
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College Canter

South Dalton 5 mile reverse handicap results

Penny Booth finished really strongly to win this years reverse handicap at South Dalton.  Other 10 point winners were Catriona, Sandy, Stephen Willietts, Frank, Steve Walker, Nicola, Kay, Fiona H and Ivor.  Well done everyone!   This was our last Summer away night, culminated in the infamous HUGE steak pies in the Light Dragoon in Etton.  Thank you to Lucas and Jaqcui for organising.

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Club Handicap race 11: South Dalton reverse

Wednesday 6th September 2017 sees our eleventh race of the Club handicap series at South Dalton.  This is a 5 mile route and as per usual it is a “reverse” handicap with the slowest runners off first, starting at 6.40 pm.
*  Read more details here:    SD Rev HC 6 9 17
*  And the route map here:    SDaltonCWRoute

To book your participation, be it runner or marshal, vegetarian or meat eater, email Lucas here marathonlucas@gmail.com  by Wednesday the 30th August.

For Beverley AC Handicap and Knock out rules please see Beverley AC HC rules.

2017 Handicap series: Results on points so far

Here are the standings so far after the 7th race.  There is only 4 points between the top 3 places so its all to run for!  Well done Darren Edge, Kay Farrow and Olly Jonston!  Keep trucking!  Slightly amended this week (25th July).
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College Canter 2017

Regretfully this years College Canter has had to be cancelled due to a clash with the Hull Marathon on the 24th September and other local events on the weekends surrounding it.  However this popular race with beer at the finishing line will be back next year!  Please watch this space for exciting news about next years event!

Handicap races 2017

Here is the list of Beverley AC handicap races for 2017.  There are some dates to be confirmed and details to follow for races later in the year.

  1. Ferriby 10 – 29th Jan 2017  Details of Ferriby 10 results
  2. Peter Pan park run – 25th Feb 2017  Details on Park run website
  3. Thirsk 10 – 19th March 2017  Details Thirsk and Sowerby Harriers website
  4. Burton Pidsea 10k – 2nd April 2017  Details on East Hull Harriers website
  5. Hornsea third marathon – 9th April 2017  Details on Hornsea 3rd website (organisers Rotary club Hornsea and East Riding.)
  6. Humber Bridge 10k OR Melmerby 10k – 28th May 2017 – Details on City of Hull website and Melmerby Run organisers site.  Either of these races will count toward the Handicap results.
  7. Walkington 10k reverse handicap – 14th June 2017 Bev AC.icon-PDF-small  walkington-reverse-handicap-route  icon-MS-Word-small  walk-rev-hc-14-6-17  Email Lucas to book the race and food.
  8. Humber Bridge half marathon – 25th June 2017  Details on Humber half website (organisers Rotary club of Hull)
  9. Withernsea 5 – 2nd July 2017  Details on Withernsea Harriers website
  10. Gilberdyke 10 – 27th August 2017  Enter here through Sports Timing solutions.
  11. South Dalton reverse handicap – 6th September 2017  Bev AC. .
  12. Bridlington half marathon – 15th October 2017 Enter here through Sports timing solutions.
  13. Haltemprice 10k – 29th October 2017 Enter here through Sports timing solutions.

Race Information

Race Listings

Beaver Trail Anniversary run or walk – Sunday 19th November 2017…..

It’s that time of the year again when Beverley Athletic Club extends the hand of friendship to all the local running clubs and whoever would like to join us.  Free soup and roll afterwards at the Leisure Centre.

The route was founded by Beverley AC in November 1998, 19 years ago, and since then we have celebrated the route in an annual event by inviting anyone to run or walk a distance of their choice.  The trail follows a picturesque cross-country “off road” route.

Choice of 5, 10, 13 and 15 mile routes.  Please see the route details on Beverley AC website under the ‘Training section’ or by clicking here.  If not familiar with intended route please download and study in advance.  Maps will be available on the day.  Please dress appropriately for the weather.

Meet at the Beverley Leisure Complex  for a 10am start.

Toilet, shower & changing facilities available.  Pay £1.40p at reception.  (£1 coin needed for locker which is refundable.)

EY XC league is nearly upon us! Welcome your new organiser….

The East Yorkshire Cross Country league season is almost upon us.  Here are the dates.  We also have a new organiser in the club.  Welcome David Morrison as your new EYXC club rep, taking over from Brian Richardson.

Race    Date          Venue                 Host Club(s)
1           1st Oct      Bishop Wilton     Pocklington Runners
2           12th Nov   Drewton              Beverley AC & City of Hull AC
3           10th Dec   Langdale End     Scarborough AC
4           7th Jan      Sledmere            Driffield Striders
5           4th Feb      Welton                Goole Viking Striders & Selby Striders
6           4th Mar      Sewerby             Bridlington Road Runners

All events start at 11am except Sewerby which is 10am due to presentation venue availability.
Register and collect numbers from David Morrison on Wed Club nights or arrive in good time on race days.

Beverley AC extends a heartfelt thanks to Brian, who not only ran the league for many years, but was instrumental in its set up in the first place.  THANK YOU BRIAN!

If you need to contact David you can do so here.

East Yorkshire XC League Overview

*Competing Clubs (see note below) Beverley AC, Bridlington RR, City of Hull AC, Driffield Striders, Goole Viking Striders, Pocklington Runners, Scarborough AC, & Selby Striders.

Entry is free to Club Members.
Registration and race numbers will be available on Wed Club nights from September or on race days (arrive in good time).
Race numbers are to be retained for all races.
Really good races for first timers, very much social events with runners of all abilities taking part from local East Yorks Clubs.

East Yorkshire XC League

A buffet is provided at the Ship Inn Sewerby after the final race when prize presentations take place.

*Due to increasing popularity from participating Clubs, limited facilities at rural village venues and the nature of the routes. Entry has had to be restricted to 1st claim members of participating Clubs only and regrettably guest runners are not now permitted.

Race Results

Results: Walkington 10k and 3k races

Another highly successful Walkington race night, enjoyed by all.  And despite all the cake consumed a new course record of 32:46 was set by the winner!    A huge THANK YOU to all the marshals, organisers, friends and family who help make this event happen.  Here are the results for the Walkington 10k and 1.75 miler.  Congratulations go to Kian Wiles (3k) and James Kraft (10k).
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Withernsea 5 Results

It’s not just the Fish and Chips that are a winning result at this race!  This year Beverley excelled with 4 first category placings!  Well done Steve P, Mark, Becky and Taylor!  Here are the complete results, with the Beverley AC members on a separate tab, courtesy of one Steve Walker!
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Lucky break in the weather for the club duathlon

23 competitors enjoyed last nights Club Duathlon.  The bike course was dry with no wind, but the run was rather slippy and wet underfoot.  A grand time was had by all though.  Olly and Becky took the top spot in a team and Edd was first home in the individuals.  Well done all!  Many thanks to Mark Henderson of Sports Timing Solutions for giving his time up.

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B&A Scaffolding Fun Run: Results 14th May 2017

Here are the long awaited results for the fun run held on Sunday 14th May.  Many apologies for the delay.  A huge well done to all who took part.  There are some very quick times and it was a pleasure to cheer you all on.  Watching friends supporting each other round the race was humbling.  MANY MANY CONGRATULATIONS.  See you at Walkington on the 14th July!?
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Membership Matters

AGM Feed

View our AGM meeting minutes.

Constitution

The rules that run our club.

Membership

How to join our club.

Club Kit

Purchase our club kit.

Train With Us

Our Training Schedule

You can see from our training schedule to the right that we give plenty of opportunity for our members to get and stay fit. Our regular training sessions allow you to build up a great frienship with your fellow runners and gives you the opportunity to prepare yourself for the many races that our members can join in.

Whatever your goals or motivation….come and train with us!

The club runs 3 or 4 training sessions per week throughout the year all designed to complement any training programme, to help you achieve a goal, to improve your PBs or just to make you stronger, fitter and healthier.

Monday speed
Monday nights are the club’s weekly speed work session, taken by a UKA qualified coach.  The sessions are designed to be suitable for anyone capable of running with the club on a Wednesday night.  These sessions include a mixture of faster paced running and mobility work, and are an excellent way to improve your running across the full range of race distances.

All sessions meet at 6:30pm, with the meeting point for the winter sessions being the Rose and Crown pub near the North Bar; we will then head up to the floodlit grass at Longcroft school.  During the Summer months meet on the Westwood at the top of Westwood Road.  The session starts and finishes from here.

Tuesday Hill Repeats
A session to improve speed, endurance and stamina, run by an experienced ultra-runner and long standing member of the club.  Tuesday 6:30pm Oct to April (from when Summer League finishes until Champagne League starts).  Meet at Beverley Leisure centre HU17 0LT.

Wednesday Club group run
Wednesdays 6:30pm.  A run where all the club set off together for any distance or speed to suit you.  Distances vary from approximately 4 up to 10 miles.  During the winter we try to arrange leaders for certain distances and speeds (generally 8 min miles, then every 30 seconds to 10 min miles).  This is especially valuable for new-comers to the club.  Meet at Beverley leisure centre HU17 0LT.

Club run – Away night.  Once a month from April to September (inclusive) a run is planned at an alternative location, convening afterwards in a local hostelry for food.  As soon as the locations and dates have been confirmed, they are added to the club calendar.

Thursday circuits
Thursday evenings are taken by a UKA qualified coach, and are designed to improve running technique and strength. The sessions are designed to be achievable by all, no matter what the starting point is as all of the activities can be scaled to the appropriate level.  The session runs in term time only at the Longcroft lower school gym between 7 and 8 pm. The session will start at 7pm, so aim to arrive at 6:50pm.  Parking is easiest from Church Road.

Please follow the country code

• Enjoy the countryside and respect its life and work
• Guard against all risk of fire
• Fasten all gates
• Keep your dogs under close control
• Keep to public paths across farmland
• Use gates and stiles to cross fences, hedges and walls
• Leave livestock, crops and machinery alone
• Take your litter home
• Help to keep all water clean
• Protect wildlife, plants and trees
• Take special care on country roads
• Make no unnecessary noise
Please remember all participants have a duty of care to themselves & motorists whilst crossing roads.

Summer is here!

We know that….because as of Monday the 27th March 2017, the meeting point for ‘Speed’ sessions is now the top of Westwood road.  It’s been raining a little of late, you may have noticed.  Trail shoes are advised.  See you at 18:30 sharp!

Beverley 20 club run 2nd April 2017

‘Beverley 20’ club run is great preparation for London or any other spring Marathon.  There are run or walk options between Beverley and Humber Foreshore.  Transport from Beverley Leisure Centre leaving 9 a.m. prompt with drop off points at:
Skidy – 8 miles
Welton – 14 miles
Humber foreshore – 18 miles
Please familiarise yourself with, or carry a copy of, the map.  Runners/walkers will be grouped at drop-off points.  Anne Nequest has kindly offered to have cold refreshments available at mile 9 of 18.  Please be prepared with any other refreshments you might need, a charged mobile phone and carry extra clothing and waterproofs etc to match the prevailing weather conditions.  Footwear suitable for mixed terrain; it’s likely to be muddy in parts.
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Please email Secretary or add your name to the notice at the Leisure Centre to book a place on the bus by Wednesday the 29th March.

Member’s Area

Handicaps Races

South Dalton 5 mile reverse handicap results

Penny Booth finished really strongly to win this years reverse handicap at South Dalton.  Other 10 point winners were Catriona, Sandy, Stephen Willietts, Frank, Steve Walker, Nicola, Kay, Fiona H and Ivor.  Well done everyone!   This was our last Summer away night, culminated in the infamous HUGE steak pies in the Light Dragoon in Etton.  Thank you to Lucas and Jaqcui for organising.

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Club Handicap race 11: South Dalton reverse

Wednesday 6th September 2017 sees our eleventh race of the Club handicap series at South Dalton.  This is a 5 mile route and as per usual it is a “reverse” handicap with the slowest runners off first, starting at 6.40 pm.
*  Read more details here:    SD Rev HC 6 9 17
*  And the route map here:    SDaltonCWRoute

To book your participation, be it runner or marshal, vegetarian or meat eater, email Lucas here marathonlucas@gmail.com  by Wednesday the 30th August.

For Beverley AC Handicap and Knock out rules please see Beverley AC HC rules.

2017 Handicap series: Results on points so far

Here are the standings so far after the 7th race.  There is only 4 points between the top 3 places so its all to run for!  Well done Darren Edge, Kay Farrow and Olly Jonston!  Keep trucking!  Slightly amended this week (25th July).
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Handicap races 2017

Here is the list of Beverley AC handicap races for 2017.  There are some dates to be confirmed and details to follow for races later in the year.

  1. Ferriby 10 – 29th Jan 2017  Details of Ferriby 10 results
  2. Peter Pan park run – 25th Feb 2017  Details on Park run website
  3. Thirsk 10 – 19th March 2017  Details Thirsk and Sowerby Harriers website
  4. Burton Pidsea 10k – 2nd April 2017  Details on East Hull Harriers website
  5. Hornsea third marathon – 9th April 2017  Details on Hornsea 3rd website (organisers Rotary club Hornsea and East Riding.)
  6. Humber Bridge 10k OR Melmerby 10k – 28th May 2017 – Details on City of Hull website and Melmerby Run organisers site.  Either of these races will count toward the Handicap results.
  7. Walkington 10k reverse handicap – 14th June 2017 Bev AC.icon-PDF-small  walkington-reverse-handicap-route  icon-MS-Word-small  walk-rev-hc-14-6-17  Email Lucas to book the race and food.
  8. Humber Bridge half marathon – 25th June 2017  Details on Humber half website (organisers Rotary club of Hull)
  9. Withernsea 5 – 2nd July 2017  Details on Withernsea Harriers website
  10. Gilberdyke 10 – 27th August 2017  Enter here through Sports Timing solutions.
  11. South Dalton reverse handicap – 6th September 2017  Bev AC. .
  12. Bridlington half marathon – 15th October 2017 Enter here through Sports timing solutions.
  13. Haltemprice 10k – 29th October 2017 Enter here through Sports timing solutions.

 Knockout Cup

Knock-out cup progressing to semi-finals

The knockout cup is about to launch into the semi-finals of both sides of the draw.  It’s a going to be a great competition between Oli Johnston and Jody Horth, and in the other semi final draw, between Darren Edge and Christine Whitehouse.  Good luck the 4 of you…..may the best woman/man win!

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Rankings

 London Marathon Club places

Rules and Beverley AC club places for London marathon

The rules:  icon-MS-Word-small  london-marathon-places-rules-2014-update-2017
If you want to add your name to the list please email Rob Reid.

Beverley AC London Marathon Club Place List:

1  Jim Harbidge (deferred from 2017, due to injury)
2  Vicki Evins
3  Bruce Woodford
4  Daniel Hammond
5  Neil Bant
6  Aidy Messingham
7  Steve Marsay
8  Andy Johnson
9  Steve Evins
10  Sylvia Boardley
11  Mark Oglesby
12  Steve Hadley
13  Lynne Stabler
14  Jody Horth
15  Jim McGivern
16  Sandy Milson
17  Chris Dunn
18  Paul Evans
19  Andy Grainger (added 12/10/14)
20  Kay Farrow (added 14/10/14)
21  Andy Gray (added 27/07/15)
22  Chris Peach (added 25/09/15)
23  Rob Reid (added 25/09/15)
24  Mark McEgan (added 30/10/15)
25  Jacqui Dickinson (added 05/04/17)
26  Patrick Marshall (added 13/4/17)
27  Gareth Botterill (added 20/4/17)
28  Steve Richmond (added 22/4/17)
29  Lucy Stamford
30  Miranda Hunt

Our Younger Runners

Juniors

Here at Beverley AC we run a thriving and successful Juniors section. Juniors can only train and race from the age of 9 in accordance with U.K. Athletics affiliation rules. The juniors train once a week, on a Wednesday, and then either race or train every Sunday. We concentrate on cross-country and middle distance racing, not track. We travel across the Humber and all over Yorkshire for these races. It is expected that any member will commit to 80% of the training and race events in our calendar.

All our juniors compete each Sunday with exceptions for school work, personal social events and holidays. Our older runners (year 7 and above) also train on Monday nights during the spring/summer. In advance of attending a training session, please contact the junior team coaches, Neil and Rona Sergeant, on 01482 887503 for further information. Please be aware, however, that due to the success of our junior team there is a waiting list at present

Juniors News Feed

Juniors back after a Summer break!

Wetherby 10K and 1.6 mile races. Fantastic results in the 1.6 mile with Erin coming in 1st girl position and Emily H. being 1st girl under 11 in a very competitive race with runners from Harrogate, Otley, Skyrac and Wetherby. Becky came 4th lady overall, 1st junior lady in the 10k with a P.B. of 38.05 with Johnathon, Taylor, Curtis, Nicole and Izzy all doing well. Great effort by all who raced; good to see the juniors back!

Juniors flying!

What a fantastic weekend for 3 of the juniors! Erin winning 1st girl at Walkington on Friday and then today 1st girl at Burton Constable Hall! Jay 3rd at Walkington then 2nd today and Becky 1st junior at Walkington and 1st lady overall today at the Burton Constable 10K!  Well done to all the juniors today who took part in the Burton Constable 4K and 10K races. A special mention to Emily H. who ran really well on Friday and collected an excellent 3rd girl place today.

Junior success at Humber Bridge

20 juniors competed on June 25th at the 4km race at the Humber Bridge that accompanied the half marathon. Very strong competition with a field of over 270, but we managed to get 4 athletes finishing in the top ten (Taylor 5th, Johnathon 6th, Jaye 8th and Joel 10th) and a brilliant run from Erin coming in 3rd girl and she’s only 12!   Also well done to Curtis who ran his first half marathon in an amazing time of 1hr 32 min!  Former Beverley AC Juniors member Josh, now a member of Leeds City AC came 6th.  It’s great to see former members continue to be keen and successful.  Finally, Beverley AC Juniors won the prize for most entries by an amateur team – winning a cheque for £100!  Not a bad day’s racing!

Junior success at Kirbymoorside

A great turnout from the juniors today at the Kirkbymoorside series of road races.  Joel, in the 1 mile, came in the top 10, with excellent finishes in the 4k by 8 of our juniors.  Special mention to Erin who was 3rd Year 7 girl and Jay 2nd and Jack M. 3rd Year 7 boys.   A thrilling finish in the 10k with only 10 seconds separating the 3 Arnott brothers and Johnathon!  Taylor won the day!  Izzy took part in her 1st 10k finishing in a very creditable 56 mins.  Well done everyone!

Juniors off to a flying start to the road race season

Well done to all the Juniors who took part in the Burton Pidsea 10K and 2 mile races today.  Some excellent performances at their 1st road race of 2017. A first victory for Jay in the 2 mile with Jack S. 2nd, Joel 3rd, Laura 1st girl, Erin 2nd girl and Izzy 3rd girl. Can’t beat that! 10K times were brilliant with Becky 1st junior lady 4th overall. Taylor was 2nd junior just ahead of Curtis and Johnathan. Eira did well in his first competitive 10k as did Jordan. A great start to the road race season.

Beverley juniors at the national cross country championships

A massive well done to all the Beverley Juniors who represented the Humber counties at the Great Britain Inter County Cross Country Championships at Loughborough today.  A great pleasure to see them  reach this national level.  Each athlete competed to the best of their abilities; they, and the club, should be very proud of their committment.  Well done Becky, Robert, Jordan, Jay, Taylor, Johnathon and Eire.   Brilliant to be coaching and mentoring them all.

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Walkington 10K Event

“Just wanted to let you know that I think you’ve got it about spot on! Great course, well organised, fantastic atmosphere.”

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College Canter Event

“As ever, the college canter was incredibly well-organised with fantastic marshals. I really enjoyed the event. THANK YOU.”

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College Canter Event

“A big thank you for organising the race. Only second time I ran a trail run but thoroughly enjoyed it. Will try to be there again next year.”

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Beverley Athletic Club is just one of many clubs that enter races in this area of the country. You can see on a weblinks page a good representation of the numerous clubs that we compete against. Click on each image link to view their website.

Contact Us

If you’re interested in contacting us to find out more about our club or you’ve seen enough from our website and want to join, then please see the contact details list below. You can email us directly or use the online form below. Please note our contact policy however, if you wish to contact us for any other reason than joining our club.

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How and who to contact

Contact the club by emailing secretarybeverleyac@gmail.com or use the contact form at the bottom of this website.

Club President – Andy Tate – 07753 797481 Email
Committee Members
Club Chairman – Rob Reid – 07930 451205 Email
Club Secretary – Fiona Oakes – 07813890081 Email
Treasurer – Lucy Stamford – Email
Events Secretary – James Durham – Email
Press Officer – Bruce Woodford and Jim Harbidge – Email
Routes and away nights – Andy Johnson – Email
Kit Secretary – Neil Bant – 07718 604252 Email
Social and away trips Secretary – Jacqui Dickinson – Email
Membership Secretary – Catriona Williamson – Email
Website Manager – Fiona Oakes – 07813890081 Email
Handicap races and knockout cup Secretary – Lucas Meagor – 07904 525616 Email

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