Club Captain – Tim Harrison – Keble College
Tim is a 2nd/3rd year Chemist at Keble and is happy to be the latest in a long line of Chemistry Club Captains. Having only started training when he arrived in Oxford (although some would argue not even then) he has made a lot of progress since arriving and loves seeing the improvements others in the club make. Despite being from the Other Place he likes nothing more than shoeing Tabs and so when not running tries to beat them at Orienteering instead. If you have any questions at all about the club, please don’t hesitate to email him at: email@example.com
Women’s Captain – Floren Scrafton – Worcester College
Treasurer – Ella Sharrock – Balliol College
Secretary – Tilly Woods – New College
Tilly is a fourth year Mathematician at New College, who loves running around in mud and is the OUCCC Secretary 2018-19. Having had a few committee roles in her time, and seeming to have become the regular training camp food provider, even when not attending herself. If you have any transport related queries, would like to drive for the club, or want to talk about anything else OUCCC, please email her!
Women’s Vice Captain – Eleanor Bolton – Keble College
Men’s Vice Captain – Alex Gruen – Balliol College
Alex is a 4th year maths and philosophy student at Balliol. Hailing from Melbourne, he is much more at home on the track than on any English bogs masquerading as cross country courses (Teardrop Lakes a serial offender here). Having said this, he still thoroughly enjoys cross country season and would be happy to answer any questions you might have. Contact him if you want to be added to any of the group chats where we organise easy runs.
Women’s Mob Match Captain – Amy Kent – Worcester College
Men’s Mob Match Captain – Will Shardlow – New College
Will is a mathematician from New College and this season’s Men’s Mob Match Captain. He only started running properly at Oxford, but has since completely fallen in love with it, and with OUCCC. He enjoys chopping around Oxford at a leisurely pace, but has a worrying propensity for getting lost (having once spent over 4 hours on a Greek island trying to find his way home after setting out for a 5k!).
Kit Rep – Evie Morris-Gray – St John’s College
Evie is a 2nd year geographer who runs cross country and middle distance on the track. For all OUCCC kit-related enquiries feel free to email her!
Publications & Website Rep – Charlotte Dannatt – St John’s College
Charlotte is a 3rd year Biomedical scientist who has been highly involved with OUCCC and sister club, OUAC, during her time at Oxford. She is always keen to hear from anyone who’d like to work with the club. If you’d like to make an enquiry please email her!
Sponsorship and Access Rep – Robbie Brown – Worcester College
Robbie is a 3rd year Psychology and Philosophy student at Worcester. He has represented OUCCC 4ths (Mob) and 3rds at Varsity, whilst also running for the B team at BUCS. Prospective students shouldn’t hesitate to get in touch with him with any questions about OUCCC’s access scheme or the club in general.
Women’s Social Secretary – Natalie Haarer – Pembroke College
Men’s Social Secretary – Luke Cotter – St Catherine’s College
The original OUCCC ultimate athlete and world record holder for the beer mile whilst wearing subfusc (6:06).
Neptune Teddy Hall Relays (and Cuppers) Organisers – Oliver Paulin and Daniel Bundred
Social Running Rep – Leah Tillmann-Morris – St Catherine’s College
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.
Leaving Legend Rep – Helene Greenwood – University College
Having tried her hand at a couple of OUCCC captaincies and spent more time reading Fast Running in the lab than doing any chemical reactions this year, Helene is now more than prepared to take on the role of Leaving Legend Rep. It’s with a heavy heart that she’ll be saying farewell to the dark blues at the end of Trinity, but a local girl, there’s no doubt that you’ll still see plenty of her about the city of dreaming spires next year. A firm believer that Varsity is the best race in the world, and that the Old Deer Park plays host to the best (although not always the most memorable) night out, she’s already counting down the days until Saturday 7th December 2019. So you can be sure that she’ll rally a large Oxford alumni turnout for the Old Gits race across the Common.