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.
A great team performance saw our ladies' team win the day over Clapham Chasers and open up a 28 point lead at the top of the Surrey League with one race to go.
London Marathon - 22/4/18
Twelve of our first-claimers were in action in the London Marathon. Results below.
Junior parkrun Weekly Roundup - 22/4/18
At Surbiton, Lucy Molden was 67th in 11:50 and Edward Molden was 112th in 15:24.
parkrun Weekly Roundup - 21/4/18
Twenty Saltires were in action in weekly parkruns. There was a hat-trick of individual victories through Ben Reynolds, Ruth Wallace and Liz Stavreski.
Junior parkrun Weekly Roundup - 15/4/18
At Wimbledon Park, Seb Cockerell was 2nd in 8:23. At Surbiton, Lucy Molden was 59th in 11:52 and Edward Molden was 103rd in 15:33.
parkrun Weekly Roundup - 14/4/18
Twenty-four Saltires were in action in weekly parkruns. Jamie Hinton took the individual win at Blandford and Gordon Pearce was first male at Finsbury.
Junior parkrun Weekly Roundup - 8/4/18
At Surbiton, Lucy Molden finished 27th in 10:52 and Edward Molden finished 63rd in 15:31.
91st 10-mile Challenge and Handicap - 7/4/18
Alistair Henderson took the tankard for winning the handicap. Fastest over the course (and thus Challenge winners) were Ed Catmur and Liz Stavreski.
parkrun Weekly Roundup - 7/4/18
Seventeen Saltires were in action in weekly parkruns.
Sun 6th May
Richmond Half Marathon
9.30am Sun 13rd May
Second Sunday Five
Sat 19th May
7.30pm Wed 25th Apr
Thames Club House
8.45pm Wed 25th Apr
The Green Man, Putney