How do I join the waiting list?
How long is the waiting list?
We take as many athletes each month as we can sensibly integrate into the club. Unfortunately we are now at absolutely full capacity and the current waiting time is about six months. We hope the list will get shorter. The Commonwealth Games has produced a small surge in interest but so far not an unmanageable one. We have been able to recruit new coaches and they are doing sterling work and have enabled us to keep taking in more athletes. Unfortunately when we move to indoor training in the middle of the autumn our physical facility capacity is reduced and we are unable to increase as fast as in the summer. We are doing everything we can to give everyone a chance to try athletics as soon as possible.
How do I join if I'm an older athlete?
For athletes interested in road or cross-country running, come along to a Tuesday night training session (summer or winter), join in and see if you like it.
Can I just come along and try out road running?
We have a big mixed ability group of all ages from 16 to 78 which goes out on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Tuesday is probably the best day to start. Just turn up and see if you like it. We're very happy for you to come along two or three times completely free. Most people enjoy it and many have been coming along for years. It's a big friendly group, trying to improve, or minimise decline. You'll be made very welcome. Look at the Run Cambridge link and the road running pages to find out more.
What provison do you have for athletes with disabilities?
The club is open to anyone who wishes to participate in athletics and athletes with disabilities are most welcome. Over the years C&C have initiated the careers of international Paralympic and Special Olympics athletes.
Where possible athletes with disabilities train with the main event squads or young athletes training groups, but there may be some circumstances where this is not always possible e.g. wheelchair racing or where athletes have severe learning difficulties.
In these circumstances the club will make special arrangements with coaches whenever possible, but there may be a minority of situations where we recommend a more suitable alternative.
The facilities used by C&C are all accessible for wheelchair users and athletes with other disabilities.
How much are subscriptions?
The annual individual subscription is very reasonable:
Unwaged athlete £45 plus £13 to register with England Athleitcs
Waged athlete £55 plus £13 to register with England Athletics
C&C members are eligible for a reduced fee for a University track user card*.
*Members can use the track completely free of charge for sessions booked by the club. To use the track at any other time, when it is not booked by another user, a track card is available from the University for £27 per year. (The fee for the general public is £80 per year)
We have family membership for families with three or more active members.
What athletic events do you cater for?
What happens at an induction evening?
At induction evenings, there is a presentation to parents/carers and young athletes. The athletes have an opportunity to try out some activities and to see what our existing young members are doing. Athletes should wear loose clothing and trainers. The meetings are informal and there is plenty of time for questions. They are held regularly, usually on Monday evenings at 7.00, at the University track.
Can I have a trial to see if I like it?
You can come along on a trial basis for three weeks to decide whether you want to join and there are many people who can help you decide what to get involved in! But note, young athletes must attend an induction evening first.
Do you offer anything for youngsters in school years 5 and below?
Young athletes have different levels of physical and mental maturity from older athletes and their needs are different. We are keen to provide support appropriate to the needs of all young people. A number of Community Clubs, originally set up by C&C but now run independently, are available to provide for youngsters in years 5 and below. The clubs are aimed at youngsters in school years 3 to 6 inclusive. (Year 6 children are also eligible to join C&C as full members if they wish.) Please get in touch with the named person for the Community Club which suits you best.
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Scottish U20W 60m Hurdles champion +
Finlay Marriott was a clear winner of the Scottish Under 20 Womens Indoor 60m Hurdles Championship at the Emirates Arena on 11th February with a time of 8.90 secs.
Special General Meeting +
There will be a Special General Meeting of the Club on Tuesday 21 February 2017, at 8:15pm at the University Track. The meeting is being held to consider approval to convert C&C into a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Further details can be found on the link below. https://www.dropbox.com/s/a8ehab9yxpnuldy/170118specialmeetingnotice.docx?dl=0
Because of the quorum requirements please make every effort to attend.…
Superb County XC results +
Magnificent results from the County Cross-country Championships. C&C destroyed the competition. Congratulations to all athletes and coaches. For full results click here and for a match report click here
Christmas Party +
This year's C&C Christmas Party will be held at Anglia Ruskin University on Friday 2nd December, 7.30 - midnight. There will be a Ceilidh band and a buffet. Open to all C&C members and their guests. Over 18s only. To buy a ticket click here
U15 boys win National Road Relays +
Brilliant result from the under 15 boys in the National Road Relays. National champions! Other teams did well too. Full results are here
Barry Wallman +
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Barry from a major heart attack. Barry's funeral will take place on Thursday, 16 June at 12 noon at Linton Parish Church and the burial at Little Abington church cemetery. A number of tributes to Barry have been posted - Read them here
English Cross country champs 2016 +
A brilliant 2nd team place for the U17 men (Ashley, Rob, Ollie and Jordan), and 3rd team for the U17 Women (Julia, Belinda, Alice and Evie). The U13B were 7th team.
Best finish of the day was 5th for David Dow (U15B). The womens team was 11th of 84 teams with Vikki Knight 19th of 700.
National Indoor Triplejump champion +
Congratulations to Adelaide Omitowoju who is the England Athletics U17 Womens Indoor triple jump champion with a new U17W club record of 11.86m, and to her coach Mo Park.
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Special General Meeting of the Club on Tuesday 21 February 2017, at 8:15pm
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The track and field results and 2015 ranking lists are on the T&F results page and are updated weekly when possible.
- Club challenge results March 5th
- Young athlete drop off and collection policy
- Track pass
- The C&C Track and Field competition handbook
- University Sports Centre prices for members in education
- University Sports Centre prices for C&C members
- Cambridge University Sports Centre Code of Conduct
- Track safety rules have been updated
- England Athletics Disciplinary Procedures and Grievance Procedures
- Cambridge University - Use of their track