Championships

Championships provide athletes the opportunity to compete against the best in the region and the country. The club take part in the National Road Relay Championships held in the spring and autumn. These are team events consisting of a South of England regional qualifier and, if successful, a national final organised by the English Road Running Association. Usually only 1st claim athletes can compete in the championship races.

The South of England Athletics Association (SEAA) 6/12-stage Road Relays takes place in March (last year in Milton Keynes). There are separate races for women and men, but no juniors event. The women’s relay consists of six stages of approximately 5K, while the men compete over 12 stages, alternating between 8K and 5K. Qualifiers from this meeting progress to a final (last year at Sutton Park, Birmingham) in mid April over similar distances. This event is usually a good ‘sharpener’ for those doing the London Marathon.

The SEAA 4/6-stage Road Relays are usually held in September and feature both junior and senior races

We challenge also in the South of England AA Cross Country Relays in October. This consists of 3 x 5k for women and 4 x 5k for men, with a similar format for the final in November.

There is also the British Masters Athletics Federation Cross Country Relays organised specifically for veterans in mid November.

In addition to this we take part in a series of cross country championship races at the county, regional and national level: the Eastern Athletics Association Championships, the Cambridgeshire County Championships, the South of England AA Championships, the English National Championships, the CAU Inter-counties and the British Masters AF Championships. Full details of these can be found on the Cross-Country section of the website.

Contact Ric Park to take part in the Relays in 2015/6.

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  • European Under 18 3000m champion +

    Thomas Keen has become the 2018 European 3000m under 18 Champion. Congratulations to him and his coaches.

  • YA club challenge +

    Results of the Young athletes challenge 24th June 2018 click here

  • English Schools 2017 +

    Congratulations to our English Schools medallists. Thomas Keen (U17M 3000m), Julia Paternain (U20W 3000m) and Adelaide Omitowoju (U17W Triplejump) all took gold, and Stephanie Browne took silver in U15Girls Hammer. Unlucky Jordan Wood was 4th in the U20Mens steeplechase.

    C&C had 16 competitors in the Cambridgeshire team and one in the Bedfordshire team.

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    Unexpected cardiac problems have the potential to affect all athletes.  Screening is now available.  For details follow this link.

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