Other Club Details

You always need a place for things that don’t quite fit anywhere else… here it is!

Club KitLinksRecords and TrophiesSocial EventsUniversity FacilitiesExternal Information

Club Kit

Club vests and crop tops

Club vests and crop tops are only available directly from the club. To buy one:

  • Go to the membership system by following this link and buy a vest or crop top (we cannot accept cash or cheques, sorry) from the “Your Membership” page
  • When you have purchased and have the receipt please bring that to the track:
    • If you are young athlete then on a Monday night session and present your receipt at the young athletes’ reception.
    • If you are an endurance athlete on a Wednesday or Thursday please present the receipt to you coach, Chris or Sarah.
    • For other nights please contact our kit team to arrange the collection – you will need to bring the receipt when collecting.
  • If you purchase a crop top, we ask that you try it on when collecting to ensure that it is the correct fit.
  • If you need a vest or crop top urgently please contact our kit team and we will do what we can.

Kit Shop

We’re pleased to announce the Club has teamed up with Total Promotions to offer a range of training and leisure wear to members, including technical training tops, hoodies and sweatshirts in C&C colours.

The kit is available through the web shop athttps://www.totalclothingshop.co.uk/cac


If you find any of these links are broken, please email [email protected]

Athletics Organisations

Cambridgeshire Athletic Association for county level competitions, county teams, support and facilities

South of England Athletic Association website

Eastern Athletics Association website

England Athletics links to information and support from the National Governing Body including coaching courses

British Athletics / UK Athletics (UKA) elite athletics, rules of the sport and information on services, such as insurance, provided by UKA

Eastern Masters Athletics Club for veteran’s athletics in the East

The race directors’ portal on RunBritain.com has an online registration facility for road races

Power of 10 National rankings database (you are probably on it)

Local Sports Organisations

C&C Endurance running website www.runcambridge.org.uk

Cambridge University Sports website gives details of Cambridge University facilities, including the University track, and staff contact details. Please note the University has a code of conduct for track users and terms and conditions for use of the track and other facilities.

Anglia Ruskin University is a partner of the club.  ARU’s athletes are members of C&C and train with us.  This means that C&C and ARU teams are both strengthened and benefits us both.

Living Sport – the Cambridgeshire county sports partnership which can give guidance on all things to do with sport in the county, including coaching courses and club development events

Cambridge City Sports Department for sport in the city

South Cambridgeshire Leisure Department for leisure activities in South Cambs

South Cambridgeshire School Sports Partnership links to sport in South Cambs schools

Cambridge School Sports Partnership links to sport in the city schools

Cambridge Festival of Running for details of the Cambridge Cambourne 10k and Fun Run

Greater Cambridge Athletics Network for events and support available through the network

Parkrun for free weekly Saturday runs at Milton Country Park and Wimpole Hall


Living sport , the County Sports Partnership, are particularly strong on disability. They would be our first port of call for anything to do with disability locally.

UK Athletics paralympic performance pathway is the British Athletics link for everything to do with elite level para and IPC activity.

Ability plus is a forum for disability sports in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

CP Sport  is an organisation working for athletes with cerebral palsy but they have wider implications and are pretty active.  They’re the organisation largely responsible for Racerunning.

Activity alliance is a nationwide charity supporting disability sport.  It’s a good source of info and kept up to date.

ERDAF is the Eastern Regional Disability Athletics Forum.  Not updated that often, but they’re the organisers for the regional championships so could be useful.

Parasport is a tool by the British Paralympic Association (BPA) helping find Para sport participation nationally.

Athletics and Running Magazines

Athletics Weekly athletics premier weekly magazine

Runners World for articles and advice on road running

Training Advice and Support

Tips and advice taken at your own risk:

Visorando – route planning for walking / running

Physiobench (on-line physio advice)

Physic therapy centre massage (10% discount for members)

CB1 Massage (15% discount for C&C members)

Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation Clinics

Injury Active

20% discount for C&C members when you give them your UKA URN registration number.

Phone: 07852 920 129

Website: www.injuryactive.com

The Sports Injury Clinic   

Call 01638 724042 to book an appointment. Clinics located in Cambridge, Fordham, Huntingdon, Peterborough, Saffron Walden and St Ives.


Fit Again Sports Therapy 

Two establishments in Cambridge – The Leys Sports Complex and Cambridge United Football Stadium. All members receive a 20% discount.


Injury Active

Injury Active Clinic
Unit 10
Clifton road

Website: www.injuryactive.com

Activate Pilates

Activate Pilates brings together more traditional Pilates with circuit training exercises alongside personal training and sports massages.

Website: www.activatepilates.co.uk

Cambridge Podiatry and Chiropody

The practice offers both routine chiropody and biomechanical assessments, which include the use of video gait analysis and pressure mat systems.

Website: www.cambridgepodiatry.co.uk


All instructors are chartered physiotherapists. Call 07846 288589.


Physiotherapy Clinics

South Cambridge Physiotherapy

Website: www.southcambridgephysio.co.uk


Website: www.progresshealth.co.uk


We run a free advice line: 07721 085511. C&CAC Members are offered a discounted rate of 15% for physiotherapy services.


Specialist Shops

Advance Performance on Huntingdon Road has a loyalty scheme for all regular customers.

Up & Running is in the centre of town and has a 10% discount for all C&C members.

Running Shoes Guru is a website specifically concerned with running shoes

Stadia Sports provides Athletics equipment

Neuff Athletics provides Athletics equipment

Athletics Direct provides Athletics equipment

First Aid Training

Train aid – Bringing Training to Life

Website: www.train-aid.co.uk/

Train-aid have been very generous in giving us free training for some of our first aiders.  Talk to Bill Casserley about other training opportunities.

Records and Trophies

Club Records

The club’s records are available here

Social Events

University Facilities

We are very lucky to have an excellent relationship with Cambridge University and to be able to use their facilities (both the track and the sport centre) to train and compete.

Club members can get a discounted rate for membership of the University Sports Centre Gym – the price is as a corporate partner which means that you get the same price as staff at the University – please go to their webpage for more details and prices.

Club members get a significant discount on a track pass, which allows you to use the track whenever you like outside C&C sessions. The C&C member price is currently £60 per year, which is half of the staff price – so an excellent deal.  The webpage with details on how to get a track pass is here.

Please note that we are guests at both the track and the sports centre when we use it, so please comply with the rules and take care of equipment, or we may lose access to those facilities.

To prove your C&C membership, you can do the following:

  1. Go to the membership system by clicking here and log in
  2. Go to the “Your Membership” page and show the member of staff – the date of expiry is shown here.

External Information

We get a lot of requests to send information out to our members – and here it is!

Online Survey Research – Female Sports Participation

The club have been asked to publicise an online research survey focused on female sports participation, and how the menstrual cycle may impact participation. The link to the survey is […]

Great Places to Run 2024

A group of volunteers at British Athletics Supporters Club (the official supporters organisation recognised by UKA) have published a 2024 athletics calendar to raise money for athletes across the UK. […]

Working with Injury Active sports therapists

As a club we try to create relationships with specific suppliers with relevant skills – sports therapists are always high on this list. Ben Davies has been working with Injury […]