Welcome to Oxford University Cross-Country Club, one of the University’s Full Blue sports. OUCCC caters for those who just like to run socially to athletes competing at a national and international level.
In Michaelmas and Hilary terms we focus on cross-country, while in Trinity Term we join with our sister club, Oxford University Athletics Club (OUAC) and compete on the track. Highlights of the club year include our Varsity Match against Cambridge, BUCS (British University and College Sports) Cross-Country Championships and inter-university relays. These fixtures are open to all, whether you are aiming for a Full Blue or a fun day out.
In light of recent government announcements and the developing situation, all club training has been suspended. This will remain the case until further notice
Thank you to all those who competed in and helped at the Teddy Hall Relays yesterday! We hope that you had a good time at the race itself, and enjoyed the post race tea as well. It was a pleasure to welcome you to Iffley Road, and we’d love to have you back again next year!
We were fortunate to have the fantastic Barry Cornelius taking photos
at the event, which can be found here http://www.oxonraces.com/photos/2020-03-11-oxford/
. These photos are free to download, but if you put one of them somewhere public (including on social media), then please add the credit ‘Photo by Barry Cornelius’.
If you have any comments about anything to do with today’s event at all (either positive or negative), then please just get in touch. We’re always looking for ways to improve the event, so would love to hear from you!
The highly anticipated ‘Teddy Hall relays’ will of course be returning this year. It will be held on Wednesday 11th March.
Entries to this year’s event are now open here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSemaz03DSZIGIiDn_kn0lU94OVCqyXflhqXJ0VFWXT2ubSEEg/viewform?usp=sf_link
Facebook event with all the details can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/230715397933994/
And for more details from last year see here