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.


Junior parkrun Weekley Roundup - 26/6/16
At Surbiton, Seb Cockerell finished third in 8:28, Imogen Cockerell finished 16th in 10:01 and Lucy Molden finished 69th in 14:18.
parkrun Weekly Roundup - 25/6/16
Ten Saltires were in action in weekly parkruns.
Ranelagh Richmond 10km - 19/6/16
In the men's race, Neil Chisholm finished 10th in 34m24 and Martin Shore in 11th in 34m35. A short way behind them was Nic Gould in 60th (36m52).
In the ladies' race, Jo Shillington finished 12th in 39m48 and Annette Gould finished 41st in 43m52.
Junior parkrun Weekly Roundup - 19/6/16
At Surbiton, Lucy Molden ran 14:20 and finished 60th. At Wimbledon Park, Ellen Weir finished second overall and first girl in 08:11.
Grandma’s Marathon - 18/6/16
Across the Atlantic in Minnesota, Julian Gordon finished first (5hrs 11m 13s) in the V80 competition in Grandma’s Marathon in Duluth.
parkrun Weekly Roundup - 18/6/16
Five Saltires were in action in weekly parkruns.
47th Midsummer Handicap - 18/6/16
Paul Newby took the honours in the 47th Midsummer Handicap. Gordon Pearce was fastest over the course in 28:28.
Junior parkrun Weekly Roundup - 12/6/16
Lucy Molden finished 59th in 13:02 at Surbiton.
Upcoming Fixtures

Regular Events
10am Sun 3rd Jul
Club Run
Thames Club House
7.30pm Wed 6th Jul
Club Run
Thames Club House
8.45pm Wed 6th Jul
Pub Meet
The Telegraph