|Born||4 December 1958 (age 59)|
Hutchings' track events were the 1500 metres, 5000 metres and 10,000 metres. His main championship performances in track and field were a 5000 m bronze medal in the 1986 European Championship and a bronze medal in the 5000 m at the 1986 Commonwealth Games. He also finished fourth in the 1984 Olympic Games.
In cross country running, he twice earned a silver medal in the IAAF World Cross Country Championships, in 1984 and 1989. He also won the 1985 edition of the Belfast International Cross Country race. In 1989, he picked up a hamstring injury that put a premature end to his career.
- McCausland, Malcolm (5 January 2009) Antrim International Crosscountry Association of Road Racing Statisticians; Retrieved on 25 January 2010
- Davies, Gareth (13 April 2013). "All you need to know about tomorrow's 2013 Brighton Marathon". The Argus (Brighton). Retrieved 30 August 2015.
- A conversation with Tim Hutchings
- Tim Hutchings at IAAF
- Results page on sporting-heroes.net
- Athlete profile on athleticsdata.com
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