- Last Updated: 21 November 2016 21 November 2016
Welcome to the "on-line home" of Crawley Athletic Club for members & anyone who trains with us, helps us or takes part in our events - "promoting athletics and social fellowship" being our aim!
Anyone in School Year 5 and above is welcome to join (to train with us you must be a member of Crawley AC).
Want to join? Click here for more details
When? Monday and Wednesday at 7pm. Training fees for junior athletes are £2, Seniors £3
Where? K2 Crawley. Click here for a map
Weather? The Club train in all conditions, only snow or ice might stop us using K2.
Crawley AC training sessions at K2; fee for non-members is £4, after one month you must be a member.
Serving local sportspeople of all ages for more than 50 years, run entirely by volunteers
Kennagh leads the way; SEAA Inter County Cross Country Championships, Oxford on Saturday 10th December 2016
- Last Updated: 11 December 2016 11 December 2016
Competing for Sussex, Kennagh Marsh had a fine run to finish 22nd in the U20 ladies race at the SEAA Inter County Cross Country Championship held at Horspath, Oxford. In the same race fellow Crawley AC athlete Kathy Peters finished 41st.
In the younger age groups, the U13 Girls race saw Katie Coles finish 72nd, Callum Stone 45th in the U15 Boys and Thomas Thayre 83rd in the U17 Men.
Crawley M60 team strike silver at Oxford; South of England Masters' XC Championships, Sat 10 Dec 2016
- Last Updated: 10 December 2016 10 December 2016
Walter Hill, Tony Lintern, Dave Beattie - M60 Team Silver
Congratulations to the Crawley AC M60 team for a fine silver team medal at the SEAA Masters XC Championship held at Oxford.
The team of Walter Hill (15th), Tony Lintern (17th) and Dave Beattie (26th) finished runners-up to the local Oxford City AC team over a near 10km course that was two laps through farmland and woods.
Over the same course the Crawley AC M50 team Rob Creed (26th), Mark Parry (45th) and Dave Cook (69th) finished 10th.
- Last Updated: 05 December 2016 05 December 2016
Paul Navesey (6th) and Jack Kosky (9th) were Crawley's leading senior men in the third Sussex Cross Country league fixture held at a sunny, but cold, Stanmer Park in Brighton.
The Crawley men were missing one athlete from the previous match and the team slipped down from third to fifth their overall position in the Division 1 table.
Emily McLoughlin in her best race of the season (6th) was Crawley's first finisher in the Senior Ladies race. The A-team was completed by Kennagh Marsh (31st) and Livvy Dowle (33rd) and the team were second in Division 2 but retain their place at the top of the table.
The young athletes races saw Crawley success with Joe Smith leading from gun to tape to win the U15Boys race. The team of Smith, Anold Perana (7th) and Nathan Buckeridge (20th) finished second and still retain their place at the top of the table from Hastings.
The U17men saw Henry Aronson move strongly through the field for an impressive fifth place finish. Tom Thayre (12th) and George Crocker (17th) completed the team and their third place finish leaves the team just behind Horsham with one fixture to go.
Dylan Hanslow had another strong performance to finish second in the U13 Boys race. Katie Coles was once again fourth in the U13 Girls race.
The U11's were very strong again with Lauren Wormley 2nd Girl and Max Webb 5th in the boys.
- Last Updated: 09 November 2016 09 November 2016
After the tragic deaths of two Aldershot athletes when out running, please make sure you're wearing hi-viz clothing, especially when it's dark.
Although there will always be inconsiderate motorists, we should do our best to minimise the danger.
The Club have hi-viz jackets available at cost price.