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

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Notices

Thames men 2nd in final Surrey League


Thames secured 2nd place at Wimbledon in the fourth and final Surrey League fixture.


Junior parkrun Weekly Roundup - 13/8/17
At Woking, Isobel Jones finished 33rd in 11:47 and Ben Jones finished 42nd in 12:47. At Wimbledon Park, Barney Higgins finished 40th in 10:20.
parkrun Weekly Roundup - 12/8/17
Twenty-one Saltires were in action in weekly parkruns. There was another North London victory for Simon Wurr and Claire Altmann took the ladies' win at Richmond.
Junior Parkrun Weekly Roundup - 6/8/17
At Surbiton, Lucy Molden finished 26th in 11:04 and Edward Molden finished 80th in 17:10. At Wimbledon, Barney Higgins finished 40th in 11:20.
parkrun Weekly Roundup - 5/8/17
Twenty-four Saltires were in action in weekly parkruns. There were ladies' victories for Liz Stavreski, Bethan Hopewell and Alison Carpenter
European Masters' Athletics Championships, Aarhus - 3/8/17
There were some fantastic Thames successes at the European Masters' Athletics Championships in Aarhus. Many congratulations to Anna Garnier who is now a double European Champion. Competing in the W60 category, Anna won the 1500m in a time of 5:46.93 and the 5000m in 21.18.53. Of the 1500m, she recounts that the race did not go entirely to plan; she wanted to go out in the group but they would not go with her and she had no choice but to run at the front with Rita Schubert (eventual silver medallist) snapping at her heels. She took it steady and waited until the final 100m before sprinting as fast as she could and winning by about half a second. The 5000m followed a similar pattern with Anna front-running ahead of the Swedish and German athletes as again no one would go with her. This time it was a little more comfortable as they had faded by the bell and Anna took the gold by about 8 seconds having led from gun to tape.
Well done also to Ben Reynolds who finished 9th in a large field in the M50 5000m earlier today in wet and windy conditions. This was an off day by Benís high standards and he was not happy with his performance (he ran 25 seconds faster at the end of June). He was with the leaders until 3k before dropping back through the field.
Junior parkrun Weekly Roundup - 30/7/17
At Surbiton, Lucy Molden finished 30th (4th girl) in 10:31 and Edward Molden finished 79th in 16:57.
parkrun Weekly Roundup - 29/7/17
Twenty Saltires were in action in weekly parkruns. Simon Wurr and Jamie Hinton took individual victories (for Simon it was his third in three weeks at three different venues). Ruth Wallace was first lady at Frimley Lodge.
Wedding Day 7km Race - 28/7/17
Mara Yamauchi finished 26th in 25.34 (1st vet lady). Alex Mackula was 59th in 27.03, Robert Harrison was 151st in 30.31, Anri Cohen was 153rd in 30.06 and Rob Turner was 160th in 30.44.
Upcoming Fixtures

Regular Events
10am Sun 20th Aug
Club Run
Thames Club House
7.30pm Wed 23rd Aug
Club Run
Thames Club House
8.45pm Wed 23rd Aug
Pub Meet
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