The Huncote Hash

Saturday 31st December 2016
(10:00am for Junior Races)

The Huncote Hash has been running since the mid 1980s and is a ‘back to basics’ cross country race with low entry fees and no prizes, other than the soup and a roll that everyone receives regardless of where they finish.

The race covers approximately 10K and takes in local footpaths around the village of Huncote in Leicestershire, including a climb over Croft Hill and the odd skirmish into the stream. Snow, ice, frost, mud and even sunshine have all graced the Hash over the years.

The results of this year’s Huncote Hash are now available via the Results page.

Well done to everyone that completed the race and a huge thank you to everyone involved in organising, marshaling and supporting the event. 

To find out exactly how the gorilla finished the race like this, and to get an idea of the undulating nature of the hash, have a look at this video!

Are you looking for a gentle countryside jog with soft, rolling pastures and fair weather, guaranteed?
Sorry, but you are in the wrong place. This is nuts. A 10k (approx.)  cross country race incorporating a stride up Croft Hill. There will be soup and a roll for all competitors at the end, back in The Pavilion

Race organised by Huncote Harriers
Date for your diary – Joy Cann 5. August 3rd 2016 New dedicated web site coming soon.