Helene Greenwood – University College.
Helene is a fourth year Chemist at Univ and is thrilled to be the OUCCC Club Captain for the 2018-19 season, which promises to be another brilliant year for the world’s best running club. An Oxford native, she’s dark blue through and through, although she does have a bit of a soft spot for pink too… Besides cross-country, her hobbies include counting down the days until Varsity, writing the weekly club emails and posting on Oxford Distance Project. If you have any questions at all about OUCCC, do drop by the club office at Exeter-Hertford playing fields, but in the unlikely event that no one’s in, then please send her an email at: email@example.com.
Oliver Paulin – Merton College.
Paulin returns to this year’s committee as Men’s Captain after serving as Kit Rep and Secretary, although he has yet to publish last year’s AGM minutes (probably because he wasn’t elected club captain). You’ll most likely find him at South Parks, running laps of the Cuppers course and if he hasn’t told you he’s Cuppers champion, then he probably hasn’t opened his mouth yet. The 2017 Blues and BUCS A team runner spends his vacations entirely in the French Alps, believing his time at altitude will be the secret to success for the coming cross-country season. When not running or cycling, he enjoys reviewing the Cuppers footage on OUCCCTV as he’s “only watched this about a hundred times”, not liking the OUCCC Memes page and being savage to his vice-captain.
Tilly Woods – New College.
Tilly is a third year Mathematician at New College, combining her love of maths and cross-country to become the OUCCC Treasurer 2018-19. Having turned up to almost every single club run, session, training camp and race since September training camp as a fresher, you could say that she is slightly obsessed with OUCCC, and it seems also with the Milton Keynes Cross Challenge, for that matter. If you have any money related queries, or want to talk about anything else OUCCC-related, please email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Libby Brown – Brasenose College.
Women’s Vice Captain
Floren Scrafton – Worcester College.
Yo yo yo the name’s Floren, aka “Flo” since the footy days when teammates struggled to shout for two syllables. Flo is the Women’s Vice Captain for the forthcoming season and you can find her bouncing about the training grounds and at races with a goofy grin on her face. She’s dedicated to helping OUCCC grow on and off the mud, especially when BUCS comes up – aspirations for a second victorious performance in the season are 100% real. She’ll be supporting the Club Captain Helene across the board, so get in touch with her with any questions, especially if you’re interested in joining the OUCCC super family! Our hard work and crafty team cohesion makes the club unique and OUCCC is hands-down the best thing about Oxford.
Men’s Vice Captain
Joe Woods – St. Peter’s College.
“”Will probably do anything after a couple of
tinniesfrothies” – Just bung that quote on the website as my bio”
Women’s Mob Captain
Jenny Milne – New College
Helping to keep the proportion of chemists on the OUCCC committee up, as per tradition, Jenny is a second year at New and rather prone to falling over on runs. She’ll be rallying the troops for this year’s Mob Match Varsity in Cambridge, and she likes to live by her favourite quote: “From that day on, if I was goin’ somewhere I was runnin’!” Forrest Gump.
Men’s Mob Captain
Peter Guevara – Wolfson College.
Peter is reading for a MPhil in Late Antique and Byzantine Studies. He runs because he enjoys chopping around grass and dirt but would also like to complete his #Breaking5intheMile project before old age catches up with him. He wears a propeller hat that can occasionally be seen around Oxford and he also collects 200 USD as he passes go in Monopoly, not GBP.
Cecilie Andersen – Magdalen College.
Publications & Website Rep
Alex Gruen – Balliol College.
Social Running Rep
Angela Stephen – Exeter College.
Women’s Social Secretary
Connie Hurton – Pembroke College.
Men’s Social Secretary
Tim Harrison – Keble College.
Gets lost in the woods for fun.
Neptune Teddy Hall Relays (and Cuppers) Organisers
Connor McGurk – Pembroke College, Liam Smith – St Edmund Hall.
Connor is responsible for organising two races during the year. The first is Cuppers, the inter-college competition which doubles as the first selection race for Varsity. The second is Teddy Hall Relays (http://ouccc.org.uk/events/teddy-hall-relays/), an open road relay race based at the famous Iffley Road Track, which attracts both college teams and universities from across the region. The sum of his finishing positions at XC Varsity is 107, the highest of any committee member.
Liam is a 3rd year DPhil engineering student who started running just over 7 years ago. Since then he’s been somewhat addicted to either running through mud or in circles in all free moments. After leaving London post-undergrad, he’s spent as much time as possible escaping work to be with the club, mainly due to the great atmosphere at every event. This year alongside Connor, he’s organising both Cuppers XC and Teddy Hall Relays both of which are important events for the club that you should 100% get involved with! Hit him up with questions about these events or the club in general.
After running for a few years whilst at school, Rahil took the sport up again during his undergrad at UCL. Since then he’s run a couple of seasons of cross country and track, but for the past year he’s become mildly obsessed with marathon and ultramarathon running. He now has his sights firmly set on distances of 26.2 miles and upwards and is hoping to run a few big ultras in the coming months. He does his best to try and top the OUCCC Strava leaderboard most weeks.
Luke Cotter – St. Catherine’s College.
Leaving Legend Rep
Miles Chandler – University College.
Chandler has hugely enjoyed his tenure as the second fastest Miles in OUCCC. However, he has decided to quit while he’s (almost) winning in case of further cases of nominative determinism in the 2018-19 fresher cohort. With no future plans other than a return home to the West Country, he is poised to uphold Leaving Legendary status by rounding up as many Old Gits as possible in order to tell them how many miles you can fit in when you’re unemployed. CV available upon request.