Welcome to the Bideford Amateur Athletic Club locally known as Bideford Blues. We're a friendly, sociable club with two main sections, running and rowing. We warmly welcome members of all ages and abilities; our clubhouse and bar on The Pill offers our members excellent facilities. Our bar also offers social membership and enjoys SkyTV and very reasonably priced drinks.
Handicap Race Series 2017
A great fun members only event with six races run over the same demanding course
North Devon Relays 2017
Relay race series where North Devon running clubs compete against each other. The next race is Wednesday 24 May and hosted by Ilfracombe Running Club
Bideford 10 Miler 2017
Sunday 5 November 2017 – ENTER ONLINE
The third race is Thursday 1 June
Possibly the fastest 10 Miler in Devon
Quiz Night at the Blues
Saturday 3 June, 7pm for 7.30pm start
Please wear club colours as this helps marshals identify runners. Please add you name to the list in the clubhouse if you are able to marshal, without a full team of marshals the race may not go ahead.
Start running with us!
Starting or re-starting to run in 2017? Why not come and join us on Tuesday or Thursday evening at 6pm from our clubhouse on The Pill. We really are a friendly bunch – you just need to be able to run three miles constant at a steady pace. For more information just get in touch.
£10 per team of four to six people
Limited to 10 teams due to popularity, secure your team’s place today – sign up sheet on the main hall notice board
Kelvin Groves 38:50 – we think that’s a pb!
Richmond Park Marathon
Piers Lemoine 8th in 3:06:57
Bideford 10k 2017
Woodford Green AC’s Phil Norman was 1st in 00:31:18, Tavistock AC’s Jim Cole 2nd in 00:32:47 and Keith Shapland from Bideford AAC AAC 3rd in 00:34:38
Club Bideford 10k
Keith Shapland 3rd in 00:34:48 (3rd in category), Andy Ingle 5th in 00:35:07, James Pugsley 6th in 00:35:27, Martin Colwill 10th in 00:36:07 (1st in category), Jamie Blackman 00:36:55, Peter Hockin 00:37:19 (1st in category), Jim Kirk 00:37:40, Gary Suggate 00:38:48 (1st in category), Steven Turner 00:39:10 (2nd in category), Kelvin Groves 00:39:11 (1st in category), Ben Edwards 00:39:43, Chris Stone 00:40:12 (3rd in category), Brian Andrew 00:40:16, Shaun Woodhead 00:40:20 (3rd in category), Phil Venn 00:41:06, Robbie Murray 00:41:42, Peter Rigler 00:41:43, Timmy Sturtridge 00:41:59, Neil Marke 00:42:52, Gary Blight 00:43:01, Nick Sturtridge 00:43:33, Simon Edney 00:43:42, Mike Bishop 00:44:00, Clive Bright 00:44:08, Les Pittwood 00:44:19, Lorraine Clements 00:44:23 (2nd in category), Milo George 00:44:36, David Crowther 00:45:01, Ashley Jewell 00:45:29, Steve Sanders 00:46:27, Michelle Bright 00:47:13, Kevin Evans 00:47:46, Elise Woodhead 00:48:07, Ian Gooding 00:48:24, Alice Guymer 00:48:27, Matt Figes 00:48:31, Ed Bryant 00:48:52, Dale Wilson 00:48:48, Helen Colwill 00:49:11, Andrew North 00:49:10, Phillip Thomas 00:49:33, Tim Macdonald 00:49:54, Edwina Stevenson 00:50:34, Alison Apps 00:50:44, Andrew Wilson 00:50:41, Gary Hatch 00:50:27, Sarah Tate 00:50:42, Colin Mitchell 00:51:23, Andy Walter 00:51:34, Candace Jewell 00:52:29, Sadie Davies 00:52:14, Gemma Steele 00:52:44, Tim Lane 00:52:54, Phil Lacey 00:52:38, Linda Eastmond 00:53:28, … Find out more
BMC Grand Prix, Solihull
5000m Race A: Shaun Antell 14:36.81
Yeovilton Summer 5k Series – Race 2
Martin Colwill 17:11 (1st in category), Steve Turner 18:49, Helen Colwill 22:46 (1st in category)
The fastest lady was Ruth Barnes from Avon Valley Runners in 00:36:04, followed by Serane Stone from Tiverton Harriers in 00:37:22
5000m Race B: Ronnie Richmond 2nd in 15:15.93