We are delighted to welcome new members to the club. The best session to start is probably the Tuesday night road running session. There should be a group to suit you, and there are lots of opportunities to branch out from there.
Please meet at 18.30 in the reception area of the clubhouse at the University track CB3 0EQ. Look out for someone wearing a bright orange 'New members' t-shirt who will meet you there and introduce you to a group. Directions to the track can be found by using the interactive map on the right.
Come down and try out a couple of sessions for free without obligation. If you like it, please join the club; if you don't like it, we'll be disappointed but you'll have given it a go....
If you're concerned you might be too slow and feel a bit self conscious don't worry; most of us felt like that at the start. To benefit from the club's current road running sessions you need to be able to run for three quarters of an hour or so at a pace of about 9 minutes per mile. There are lots of people who run much quicker - well under 6 minutes per mile - but many of us run between 7 and 9 minutes a mile pace. We're all trying to improve, or, for some of us, to minimise the decline.
Our beginners group (or close to complete beginners) who run slower than about 9 minutes per mile runs every Monday evening (excluding Bank Holidays) at 6.45pm from the University track. Please click on Running for beginners for details.
If Tuesdays are inconvenient, we also run on Thursdays. You will be made very welcome at the Thursday session. We meet at 6.30 from the track (see the map on the right for directions).
Look at the Run Cambridge website for races, results, photograhs etc.. It will give you a full idea of what the road runners get up to. It will open in a new window.
Road/off-track and track sessions are below. They are aimed at improving 10k and 5k times but are also appropriate for longer distances. Choose whichever suits you best. If you have any queries about which that might be, or would like further advice on a training programme, speak to one of the coaches.
All sessions start at the track. Choose whichever suits you best. If you have any queries about which that might be, or would like further advice on a training programme, speak to one of the coaches.
For specific training sessions see runcambridge http://runcambridge.org.uk/page.cgi?item1=training
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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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Use our interactive map for directions to the track and sports centre, click here.
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