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.
Multiple Thames teams were in action at the season opening Surrey Road Relays in Wimbledon. Ladies' squad pictured above.
Junior parkrun Weekly Roundup - 23/10/16
At Wimbledon Park, Rupert Ferguson finished 4th in 08:25, Seb Cockerell finished 7th in 08:34 and Imogen Cockerell finished 28th in 10:35. At Surbiton, Lucy Molden finished 86th in 14:47.
parkrun Weekly Roundup - 22/10/16
Seventeen Saltires were in action in weekly parkruns. Gordon Pearce notched up another victory at Brockwell Park.
Cabbage Patch 10 - 16/10/16
In the Cabbage Patch 10, Howard Bristow finished 8th in 52m 52s, Andrew Lawrence finished 29th in 58m 09s, Simon Barrett finished 30th in 58m 14s and Alex Mackula finished 95th in 63m 34s.
Junior parkrun Weekly Roundup - 16/10/16
At Wimbledon Park, Seb Cockerell finished 6th in 08:49 and Imogen Cockerell finished 12th in 10:33. At Surbiton, Lucy Molden finished 24th in 11:44.
Men's Surrey League Division 1, Round I, Petersham - 15/10/16
In the opening round of the men's Surrey League, James McMullan was our lead runner, finishing in a fine 10th. He was followed by Ben Reynolds in 29th and Martin Shore in 31st. Richard Kowenicki followed in 37th and tight packing, Simon Molden in 52nd and Nic Gould in 53rd, with Matt Lynas, Ed Catmur, Nick Altmann and Brian Thursby-Pelham closing out the scoring team, brought us home in 6th place. Many congratulations to Henry Jones who run his first race in the Saltire to close the Thames runners. There is a changing of the guard in the menís division and we are having to fight harder to hold our place. Nevertheless, with at least four of our quicker runners in absence, this was an excellent performance and lays a good springboard to maintain our first division status this season.
Ladies' Surrey League, Division 1, Round I, Nonsuch Park - 15/10/16
In the Ladies' Division 1 match at Nonsuch Park, Thames put out two teams to finish 8th and 20th overall.
Katy Hedgethorn showed she meant business by going out with the leaders on her Surrey League debut. Despite paying for that fast start a little she rallied well on the second lap and finished an excellent 5th in Division 1 to open our scoring account. Despite being hampered by recent broken ribs, Joanna Shillington showed she has not lost her great form from the summer as she ran with her customary smile to finish 25th and second TH&H scorer. Ignoring recent injury problems, Liz Stavreski battled well to finish 36th as our third scorer. The race to make up our scoring five was intense, with our next six runners all finishing within a minute of each other. Leading the way was Jo Davies who finished 67th with a returning Claire Altmann battling through the field to close the A team in 71st. Vikki (75th), Andrea (76th), Annette (84th) and Anna (89th) were the remaining four in that minute, all undoubtedly pushing Claire to a higher finish. Jess (128th) and Jo Winn-Smith (197th) both had strong runs to ensure we closed two teams.
parkrun Weekly Roundup - 15/10/16
Nine Saltires were in action in weekly parkruns.
Henley Half Marathon - 9/10/16
Ben Reynolds finished 2nd (and 1st V50) in 1hr 15m 42s.
2pm Sat 29th Oct
Milocarian AC 6 miles,
3pm Sat 12nd Nov
Surrey League Ė Men
Wimbledon Common (Belgrave)
9.30am Sun 13rd Nov
Second Sunday Five
1.15pm Sat 19th Nov
London Cross-Country Champs Ladies
2pm Sat 19th Nov
London Cross-Country Champs Men
10am Sun 30th Oct
Thames Club House
7.30pm Wed 2nd Nov
Thames Club House
8.45pm Wed 2nd Nov