Historic Handover

The Senior Men's team are (probably still!) celebrating winning the Start Fitness Surrey Cross Country League title on Saturday for the first time in the history of Hercules Wimbledon AC.

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Eyes on the Prize

The Senior Men's team will be aiming to make history tomorrow by clinching the Start Fitness Surrey League title for the first time since Hercules AC won it in 1965, two years before the amalgamation with Wimbledon AC.

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Six of the best

The senior men’s cross country team produced another top class performance to finish sixth in the 15km South of England Cross Country Championships on Parliament Hill on Saturday and underline their recent consistency in this event, in which they finished seventh in 2017 and fifth in 2018.

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McDowell's Winning Warm-up

Richard McDowell regained his Veteran Athletic Club Cross Country Championships and Masters Open title on Wimbledon Common last Saturday in a race which formed part of his preparations for this weekend’s South of England Championships.



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On the brink of history

In an outstanding weekend for HW the Senior Men’s team tightened their grip on the Start Fitness Surrey Cross Country League Division One title on Mitcham Common – the title has never been won by the Club (although Hercules AC were champions in 1965, before the amalgamation with Wimbledon AC in 1967). Meanwhile at Lee Valley two of the Club’s young guns picked up medals at the Southern Indoor Championships.

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Finn-ishing Power

The Senior Men’s team have vowed to bounce back and strengthen their grip on the Start Fitness Surrey Cross Country League title on Mitcham Common this Saturday, following a disappointing Surrey County Championships.

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May the fourth be with us!

The Senior Men's team will be aiming to gain a fourth consecutive Surrey team title at Lloyd Park, Croydon, tomorrow (Saturday), with Ben Toomer flying in from New York to boost the Club’s hopes of success.

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Muddy Marvellous

HW's Senior Men's cross country runners took a commanding lead in the Start Fitness Surrey League Division One battle on Saturday in torrential rain and mud, while some of the Club’s younger athletes also triumphed in contrastingly beautiful sunny weather in the Ladies League.

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Game On

After winning their opening match in Richmond Park last month, beating reigning champions Kent AC in the process, HW's Senior Men’s cross country runners will be aiming to take full advantage of their home course in the second of this season’s Start Fitness Surrey Cross Country League Division One matches on Wimbledon Common tomorrow.

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Multi-Medal Masters

HW's cross country runners had a successful afternoon in the Surrey Masters County Cross Country Championships in Richmond Park on Saturday returning with a sextet of individual medals and one set of team medals.

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Superb Surrey League Start

HW's cross country runners made a brilliant start to their Start Fitness Surrey League programme on Saturday with the Senior Men and U17 Girls teams taking the honours and teenager Georgina Clarke winning the U15 Girls race.

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Best Ever Road Relay Result

The Senior Men's Road Relay teams pulled out the best-ever Club placing in the English National 6-stage Championship at Sutton Park, Birmingham, on Saturday, with the A team finishing in 13th place and the B team in 45th out of 77 teams, a significant improvement on 17th place last year and 28th in 2016. 

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Strong performances by road relay teams

HW's Senior Men and U15 Girls teams were the top South London and Surrey squads in the South of England Road Relay Championships which began in overcast and rainy conditions at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre on Sunday. Both teams finished just outside the medals in fourth place. The U15 Girls were a mere three seconds from a bronze medal; the men only 20 seconds.

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