Thames Hare and Hounds

Based on Wimbledon Common in South West London, Thames Hare and Hounds is the oldest cross-country running club in the world. Our large membership is made up of runners of all ages and abilities. We enjoy a full program of training, racing and social events, at all of which newcomers are very welcome. To find out more about us click here.

Second Sunday Five Miles

Read all about a new, regular event from Thames here.

Notices

Outlying Run


The outlying run proved a great success among the bluebells and beautiful Suffolk countryside.


23rd Parkland Relays - ladies' leg times - 25/5/16
Many congratulations to Rachel Baker of Clapham Chasers, who posted the fastest time of the night in the ladies' competition with 16:50.
23rd Parkland Relays - men's leg times - 25/5/16
Many congratulations to Paskar Owor of Belgrave, who posted the fastest time of the night in the men's competition with 13:57, a mere nine seconds off Andy Maud's record for the course set last year.
23rd Parkland Relays, Richmond Park - ladies' provisional results - 25/5/16
Many congratulations to Clapham Chasers and West 4 Harriers who took the senior and vets honours in the ladies' competition at the 23rd Parkland Relays. Provisional results are below. If you spot any errors, please contact Simon Molden.
23rd Parkland Relays, Richmond Park - men's provisional results - 25/5/16
Many congratulations to Belgrave Harriers and Wimbledon Windmilers who took the senior and vets honours in the men's competition at the 23rd Parkland Relays. Provisional results are below. If you spot any errors, please contact Simon Molden.
23rd Parkland Relays - Wednesday 25th May - 15/5/16
Information on and entry details for the Parkland Relays can be found here. For further details, please contact Simon Molden.
BMAF Road Relays, Sutton Park: Men's V55 - 14/5/16
The men's V55 A team came a fine 10th in the British Masters Road Relay at Sutton Park. Jerry Watson opened with the fastest leg (17:55) and he was followed by Richard Pitt (19:37) and Andrew Lenon (19:09).
The B team came 25th courtesy of Rhodri Davies (20:16), Rick Turner (19:44) and Mike Farmery (20:38).
Full results can be found here.
BMAF Road Relays, Sutton Park: Men's V45 - 14/5/16
The men's V45 team took gold in the British Masters Road Relay at Sutton Park. Always in with a shout of a medal after Ben Reynolds very impressive first leg, it was not until the final leg that the team assumed the winning position, with Andy Weir running a fine 16:01.
BMAF Road Relays, Sutton Park: Men's V35 - 14/5/16
The men's V35 took home another medal - this time bronze - from the British Masters Road Relay at Sutton Park. Their time of 1hr 34m 30s was actually 19 seconds quicker than their winning time from 2015. Phill Tedd ran the fastest time of the day with 15:13 on leg 2, which took us from 17th to 3rd, a position we held over the remaining four legs, albeit briefly getting into second on leg 5.
Upcoming Fixtures
10am Mon 30th May
London 10k
The Mall
9.30am Sun 12nd Jun
Second Sunday Five
Home
12pm Sat 18th Jun
Midsummer Handicap & Summer Sports
Home
Sat 18th Jun
Summer Wine Party
London
9am Sun 19th Jun
Richmond 10k
Petersham

Regular Events
10am Sun 29th May
Club Run
Thames Club House
7.30pm Wed 1st Jun
Club Run
Thames Club House
8.45pm Wed 1st Jun
Pub Meet
The Telegraph