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At La Chaux-de-Fonds Switzerland

 Meeting at La Chaux-de-Fonds Switzerland 30th june 2019 Our very own Scottish athlete Chuxx Onyia took part in high standard Triple Jump competition where the winner jumped 17.40m. Chuxx ended the day with a big pb of 15.90m and a New Club Record. http://www.sep-olympic.ch/ index.php/live-startlist-and-results

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Kent AC’s European tour

This time in Nivelles : 100m  Luke Sargeant SB 11.04secs with +1.8 wind Joe Appiah M45 11.75secs into -2.0 headwind 110mH M45 99cm Height (u20 race) 15.19secs  Joe said: Excellent competition again and good times for both of us.

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Budapest open 8th June

Budapest Open - Schulek Ágoston Memorial Budapest 08 June 2019 Joe Appiah and John Brown competed in this open meeting: Mens 100 meters Heat 6 16:00 Place BIB Name YOB Club / Country Lane Result Record 1 540 Szabó Dániel 1997 ARAK UP Akadémia 4 10,48 SB Q 2 116 Browne Jonathan 1983 GBR 7 10,64 Q 3 197 Gönczi Pál 1991 BHSE 3 11,11 4 541 Csornai János 2003

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Belgium Race

Belgium Oordegem IFAM news 25th May Just a quick note to say our 1st club overseas trip was very successful. Seven athletes took up the offer with contribution from the club to cover transport cost. The event had athletes across the globe with over 100 athletes from UK alone.  The sprinters did not enjoy a good day at the office. Their events were a wash out with heavy rain just

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London Marathon 2019

VIRGIN MONEY LONDON MARATHON, 2019 John Gilbert leads the way as Kent AC runners excel As well as having another formidable turn out from the club (over 50 runners), the 2019 London Marathon saw some special performances from Kent AC runners. It was another great day for the club and difficult to know where to start in the telling. Despite a host of great runs, I thought it was fitting

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National 12 and 6 stage relays

ERRA National Road Relays, Sutton Park, April 6 2019 Kent AC men’s and women’s teams both performed impressively at the National Road relays. The men achieved a fine sixth position while our women made the top twenty – coming home in eighteenth. Men’s Race While our men’s team were one place down on last year when we came equal fifth, this year the quality at the sharp end was high.

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Joe Appiah at world Masters Championships

Just a quick report on my performance at WMACi World Masters Athletics championships in Torun, Poland 24th to 30th March.  It started with M45 Long Jump on Sunday. I have been ill a bit for 3 weeks in February so l lost a bit of training and was it expected too much of myself. In a high standard event l managed a jump of 6.26m to get Bronze. The M40

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Southern 12 stage relay and womens six stage relay 25th Mar 2019

Men’s SEAA 12 stage road relay, Milton Keynes  It’s a fine fourth place for Kent AC men with B and C Teams also doing well Just missing out on medals is always tough. However, we shouldn’t be too downhearted at missing out on the bronze medal at this year’s South of England Relays. There was a great deal to be positive about in our Milton Keynes showing. Each of our

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The Big Half Marathon

The Vitality Big Half (Including Kent AC Half Marathon Championships) LOTS OF PB’s AT THE BIG HALF An impressive number of Kent AC runners competed in the second Vitality Big half last Sunday. The race that was first put on last year follows a good part of the London Marathon route. However, for the half marathon the race starts at Tower Bridge and finishes at Greenwich alongside the Cutty Sark.

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Womens Surrey League Lloyd Park 2/3/2019

It was a somewhat strange feeling to be on the start line of a Surrey League match after the annual National XC Champs (this fixture was the rescheduled January match) but for those who had run the previous Saturday in Leeds, minds were still firmly locked in "XC mode".  With many of the usual scorers unable to make the race for a host of reasons and with only 11 Kent AC runners

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