Once a CUAC member, always a CUAC member
CUAC prides itself on our enthusiastic alumni community. The club would not be where it is today without those athletes who have gone before us. Maintaining our engagement with alumni – both on and off the track – is important to us, and we would love to see you more!
So that we can stay in touch, as well as inviting you to upcoming events, please sign up as a CUAC alumnus using the form below. If you are not sure whether you are already listed, feel free to complete the form again just to be sure.
Want to give back to the club which gave you so much? Well luckily for you we accept cash donations!
If you want to know how your donations can help, please read the Centenary Appeal below.
SUCCESS AFTER CUAC
The club has nurtured a number of recent international stars. These are previous CUAC athletes who have gone onto success after the club.
World and Olympic 1500m finalist
From Gonville and Caius he finished sixth at the 1500 final in the 2006 European Athletics championship in Gothenburg.
Commonwealth Heptathlon Medallist
She won a bronze medal for England at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in India, competing in the heptathlon.
World Junior Championships Silver Medallist
Louis was a 400m runner with a host of medals to his name including the 4x400m silver won at the 2008 World Junior Championships.
Achilles is an athletics club for current and former members of CUAC and OUAC, open to any athletes who have competed in a Varsity Match. Joining Achilles is the way forward if you would like to continue to compete for a club once graduating.
The club plays a vital role in organising the Varsity Matches and Transatlantic series and also helps to support both CUAC and OUAC.
You can read more about club on their website: