32 Thames men and ladies ran our Easter virtual Second Sunday 5. Ellen Weir produced the performance of the weekend with an amazing 31.41 while the allure of pancakes at the end powered Nic Gould to the fastest time. Jam, scones and clotted cream was the best cake eaten, though Gordon Pearce will advise eating these after the run – not before. Click for full THH results
Congratulations to Blackheath and Bromley for reaching their 150 years. They celebrated in fine style with an Anniversary Dinner at the House of Commons. Despite being a relatively young club by Thames standards (sorry couldn’t resist…), Blackheath & Bromley have achieved great success over the years and they continue to make great contributions to their local community and particularly the wider UK Athletics community.
For the first time in recent years Thames were represented at the National 4 stage road relays held at Sutton Park, Birmingham on the 6th October. The ladies team came a fantastic 28th out of 64 complete teams. The race consisted of 4 x 4.33km legs on a hilly course around roads in the park. … Read more
(P – denotes Pioneers needed, S – Second Team Fixture) 2019 September P 8 Second Sunday Five – 9.30 am – Home 14 Surrey Road Relays – 12 noon – Wimbledon Park 22 Ladies’ Southern Counties 4-Stage Relays Crystal Palace Men’s Southern Counties 6-Stage Relays – Crystal Palace P 28 Short distance Handicap 5 miles … Read more
(P – denotes Pioneers needed, S – Second Team Fixture) 2018 September 9 Second Sunday Five 9.30 am Home P 15 Surrey Road Relays 12 noon Wimbledon Park 23 Ladies’ Southern Counties 4-Stage Relays … Read more
Thanks to Matt for making this great highlights video
Thames fielded four runners at the iconic Night of the 10000 PBs at Highgate – led home by James Hoad who ran an excellent Personal Best of 30.35.
This year’s Outlying Run was held at Swanage in the Isle of Purbeck. We were blessed by great weather, some wonderful coastal running, plenty of hills and the occasional castle. Plus the creature comforts of great accommodation and excellent food…
On a cold January at the famous Parliament Hill course, Thames Ladies won the SEAA Southern Cross Country Championship, with some superlative running from all. Returning to Parliament Hill after enjoyable runs at London Champs back in November, the course was still relatively dry and enthusiasm for the mud and hills was high! Despite the … Read more
Near record numbers enjoyed mild weather and an unnaturally dry course…