HWAC GALLERY - Cross-Country
HW athletes in action at the 2012 National Cross Country Championships on Parliament
A great 2011/12 season for the Senior Women’s team, in which they won silver at the Surrey County Championships and
finished third overall in the Max Sports Surrey Ladies League in only their second season in Division 1.
The Hercules men answer a call to arms to finish third in the final League match of the 2011/12 season.
Cheerleader Tilly takes a breather between races
Hercules Wimbledon women surging on!
A snowy Wimbledon Common for the last Surrey Men’s League race of the 2011 season. Pix of the
men by Sophie Toomey and the U15 and U17 race by Carolyn Laville
Left: Alex Robinson and Liam White take gold in the Surrey County U20 and U17 Championships, respectively, in 2011
Centre: Liam on his way to bronze in the SEAA Cross Country Championships on Parliament Hill, 2011. Tim Livingstone
(right) led the U15/U17 Boys team to overall victory in the Surrey Men’s League 2011/12.
Some past and present faces in action in the Surrey Men’s League,
County Championships and National Championships:
Just some of those who competed for Hercules Wimbledon AC on the club's return to Division One of the Sweatshop
Surrey League on Wimbledon Common on October 13, 2007. The occasion was also used to mark the 40th anniversary of
the amalgamation of Hercules AC and Wimbledon AC Photo by Ray O'Donoghue
11 January 2003 photos taken by Trevor Butcher at Sweatshop Surrey League, Epsom
Just a few of the HW
competitors with team manager Maurice Sharp.
An atmospheric shot from our cross-country match against the Bank of England by Ray O’Donoghue
Some of the HW Young Athletes ready to run prior to the
Surrey League at Oxshott last month (Jan 05).
Photo courtesy of Dan Bodin
Race winner Dereje Kebede with second placed Paul
Haywood of Boxhill
The Young Athletes team raring to go
Surrey AA Vets Championships of 19th October 2002.
Left to right is Eric Blackmore, Vince Hancock and Stuart Littlewood.
Steve Badgery can just be seen hidden behind them.
Picture courtesy of Ray O'Donoghue.