Guess who’s back, back again? Following a fine victory in his first year, Mark proved he could successfully run the College League
in every sense of the word as a College League organiser in his second year. Returning to the role for the second year on the trot, you can rest assured that the College League is in a proven pair of safe and capable hands. With hand gestures of the correct magnitude and direction he will be guaranteed to make sure you head in the right direction. If you have any questions about the college cross-country races feel free to ask him and you will receive a calm, collected and friendly reply.
James is a fresher studying history and politics. He’s swapped his running routes in south London for the far more exciting rural environments of Girton and other surrounding villages. He had a great first year with the Hareys and looks forward to welcoming a new cohort of members with a smoothly run College League this year.
Clara is a dedicated Harey fresher, cycling in from the distant land of Girton every Sunday for the long run. She is super speedy on the road and has completed more than 250 Parkruns!! Clara is set to make a great college league organiser, with loads of parkrun volunteering experience up her sleeve and a calm, smiley personality.
Heather is an incredible, dedicated member of the Hare and Hounds team. She is always happy to lead our Sunday runs (and keeping us at a decent pace too). She’s raced pretty much every race this season and spends the rest of her time persuading everyone else to do the same. She’s a pleasure to run with, a real model for the success of the college league and more than happy to help any runner with anything they need.