Downing's Paul McKinley won the men's raceMagog Trust

The annual Cuppers event of the Hare and Hounds (Cambridge University's cross country running club) took place at Gog Magog Down, on Saturday (12/11).

Robinson's Poppy Craig-McFeely won the women's race in style, while Downing's Paul McKinley took the win in the men's race after a close contest against Trinity Hall's Ewan Spencer.

The Hare and Hounds Cuppers event is used to select the line-up for the Varsity match soon after. The II-IVs race is scheduled for 26/11 and the Blues on 3/12.

The women raced a 6km course, dominated by Craig-McFeely. Lucy Cavendish's Helene Greenwood took second place, ahead of Anna Kelly of St John's and Milly Dickinson of Gonville and Caius.

The men raced a 10km course, won near the end by McKinley. Behind second-placed Spencer was Jesus' Luke McCarron and Angus Harrington of St John's.


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An honourable mention also goes to Phoebe Barker for finishing 16th in the men’s race.

The Hare and Hounds will be pleased at the strength of their runners as they prepare for the Varsity matches in the next few weeks.