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.
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Ed 'Marathon Man' Catmur wins again!
Clearly on a roll after winning 'The Great Welsh Marathon' in Llanelli on 21st April in 2.36, Ed Catmur went on to win the Milton Keynes marathon on 6th May in a fantastic race. He said that he "just barely escaped a valiant challenge from two Cambridge Harriers. But the true victor on the day was the weather, as a steady 78:38 first half proved unsustainable in the 20 degree heat forcing me to settle for a finish over 10 minutes adrift from my PB in 2.46."
Shakespeare Marathon - 30/4/13
Simon Wurr makes his debut at the marathon distance
Congratulations to all who ran today. Five Saltires ran sub-3-hour times. Nic Gould was our first first-claimer home in 2.37. Not far behind him, Chris Finill kept up his ever-present record with another sub-3-hour effort. Claire Day got close to this barrier and further back, Jeffrey Gordon also kept up his ever-present record.
It was a dream start for the newly-weds, Nic and Annette Gould, who were both fastest over the 10 mile challenge yesterday in a chilly, but sunny, Richmond Park. Nic was also fastest with the handicap, with Ed Catmur just 18 seconds behind. For Annette, she was the winner of the inaugural Ladies' 10-mile Challenge.
The challenge was also the final race in our Aggregate Handicap. Congratulations to David Walsh who won the Maurice Kensit tankard, Results for all are below.