The club caters for beginner, casual and elite athletes providing coaching, both endurance and sprints with potential for jumps and throws.
Welcome to UWEACCC. We are an inclusive club catering for all abilities. Whether you’re just interested in the socials, challenging yourself to run further and faster or want to compete at a high level against some of the UKs top university athletes at BUCS.
We offer a range of activities including weekly training sessions, social runs, nights out, trips to sporting events and competitions. There will definitely be something to suit your taste.
As a club we are continuously looking to improve the way we run things. As such we encourage you to get involved and feedback anything you’d like to see or have changed to make the club more inclusive for all.
Code of Practise
Committee of the year 2023 - UWE Sports Awards
The weekly track sessions are held at SGS College - Wise Campus Track
Sessions are ran by our brilliant qualified coaches in an Athlete centric environment
President: Luke Burgess
Course: Electrical Engineering
Favourite Event: Cross Country
Vice President: Holly Watts-Lynch
Favourite Event: 60m
Treasurer: Michael Sullivan
Course: Accounting and Finance
Favourite Event 800m
Endurance & XC Capt: Mei Smith
Track Capt: Kanish Kumar
Course: Aerospace Engineering with Pilot Studies
Favourite Event: 200m
Social Sec: Cara McGrath
Favourite Event: 400m
Participation & Equality Officer: Stevie Noubissi
Course: Civil & Environmental Engineering
Favourite Event: 100m
Media Officer: Trinity Coles
Course: Digital Media
Media Officer: Lois Dooley
Course: Occupational Therapy
Favourite Event: 2000m Steeple Chase
Media Officer: Josh Tudor
Course: Aerospace Engineering
Gwent XC League:
Track open meets:
All club records are taken from BUCS competitions for consistency. The records date back to 2007, the latest that the club have access to.
60m - Sam Brudney (2023)
100m - Sam Brudney 11.25 (2023)
200m - Sam Brudney 22.94 (2023)
400m - Adebowale Ademuyewo 49.51 (2013)
800m - Dean Smith 1:54.91 (2014)
1500m - Gary Davenport 3:55.21 (2007)
3000m - Robert Galt 8:47.56 (2013)
5000m - Luke Burgess 14:55.25 (2022)
10000m - Luke Burgess 31:17.72 (2023)
60mH - Andrew Pozzi 7.64 (2012)
110mH - Andrew Pozzi 13.35 (2012)
3000m S/C -
Long Jump - Jim Morley 6.49m (2019)
Triple Jump -
High Jump - Adam Jones 1.94m (2023)
Pole Vault -
Shot Put -
Discus - Jacob Lewis 29.39m (2008)
Hammer Throw -
Javelin - Jacob Lewis 51.72m (2010)
60m - Hannah Longden 7.60 (2023)
100m - Titayo Aromire 12.64 (2007)
200m - Hannah Longden 23.69i (2023)
400m - Danel Jansen Van Rensburg 58.46i (2022)
800m - Danel Jansen Van Rensburg 2:20.40 (2022)
1500m - Lois Dooley 4:54.44i (2023)
3000m - Hannah Alderson 9:49.27i (2012)
400mH - Jessie Barr 58.07 (2013)
2000m S/C - Lois Dooley 7:35.82 (2023)
Long Jump - Shelley Revitt 5.30m (2010)
Triple Jump - Shelley Revitt 10.95m (2010)
High Jump - Amaya Scott-Rule 1.77m (2022)
Pole Vault - Carys Jones 3.70m (2019)
Shot Put - Amaya Scott-Rule 13.22m (2023)
Javelin - Amaya Scott-Rule 38.28m (2023)
Question: Why should I join?
Answer: You'll find a bunch of like-minded people who share your passion for the sport, as a club we are committed to creating opportunities to maximize your student experience.
Question: I purchased a non-competitive membership, can I still compete?
Answer: You can purchase a top-up membership which will enable you to compete, more information can be found in the membership section below.
Question: I have no race experience but I'd like to give racing a go. How can I get involved?
Answer: Purchase a competitive membership, then message one of the committee members who will be able to give you advice, pointing you in the right direction.
Memberships are valid September-July each academic year
Social Membership - £25 Intended for those who enjoy running but don't wish to compete. This includes track use and coaching for the year. There is always the option to top up your membership, so don't worry. If you feel you'd like to compete, just ask a committee member and we'll guide you in the right direction.
Competitive membership-£40 This includes an england athletics membership which enable you to compete in club competitions. It also covers the cost of transport to the events. If you wish to compete you will be required to purchase a vest at an additional cost of £30. At the Freshers Fair we ask that you indicate if you wish to compete and give us your vest size so we can get orders in.
BUCS competitive membership- £75 On top of the competitive membership this includes coverage of fees for BUCS competitions.
*An additional sports fee is required for the UWE SU in order to insure all athletes on the track, this is mandatory for all members of all sports*