Wimbledon Windmilers Running Club is London's second biggest running club and we think it's the most friendly and welcoming, with over 700 members of all ages and a wide range of abilities. Whether you're an experienced runner or you've just starting out and want to meet people of the same level, then you'll be in great company for training (and socialising!). Read more

Windmilers Open 10K 2015 - Provisional Results

Wimbledon Windmilers Jim Braben Memorial Open 10K – Sun 5th July 2015

Provisional results are given in the attachment below. Final results, prize winners and input of results into Windmiler results system will happen early next week.

Thanks To David Turner, his family and helpers/marshals for putting on this excellent event and well done to all runners.

Parkland Relays success

The Windmilers had a very enjoyable and successful night at the Parkland Relays on Wednesday, racing to fourth place against highly-competitive fields in both men's and women's races and claiming the men's vets prize for the second year running.

In all, 64 Windmilers - organised into eight men's and 11 women's relay teams - run a leg of the 2.8-mile course on a lovely spring evening in Richmond Park.

May 2015 Waffle now available online

The latest full-colour issue of the club magazine the Waffle is now available online.

See the file WaffleMAY2015.pdf on the Waffles page

 

Surrey Road League - 2015

Like the first swallow, the dates for the Surrey Road League are an early sign that spring/summer is just(!) around the corner. In 2014 we had excellent turnouts and performances across all events and women and men's teams and it would be great if we can go even further in 2015. 

These are the dates for the 7 races. Runners of all standards are extremely welcome and entries are made by each runner via the host clubs and where possible we will put links to these websites. Note some of the details and times have not yet been confirmed.

Membership - 2015

Following the AGM on the 6th of January, the annual 2015 subscription rates follow.

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