Run by and for the community, raising money for local charities and community organisations

2016 Event

The 25th Hook Fun Run and Road Races will take place on Sunday 15 May 2016. Please put the date in your diary!

We are currently reviewing our courses and will be making some exciting changes that will make the event bigger and better. We can't wait!

We will open entries at the end of the year so please check back here for more details or Like Us on Facebook to keep up to date with our latest updates.

2015 Results

Well done everybody! 17th May 2015 marked our 24th event with 999 runners crossing the finishing line at the Hook Schools site. It was a perfect day for running, the atmosphere was buzzing and everyone was smiling!

The Mary Dearlove trophy for the oldest competitor to cross the finish line in any event was awarded to Jean Lucas from Hook. Well done Jean!

We would like to take this opportunity to thank William Grant & Sons, our lead sponsor in 2015. Thanks for helping make our day such a success and well done to your team running in the 10 miles event.

If you have a query about the results, please use the query form on the Sports Timing Solutions website.

Individual results are available for each distance on the Sports Timing Solutions website via the links below. If you find your name and click on the View Results button you can see where you came in your age group and print a certificate.

Photographs from the day are available too at Denis Chapman Photography's website.

Hook Fun Run reaches £100,000 milestone

It's true! Thanks to the donations we made following last year's Hook Fun Run and Road Race - including those to the Hook Infant and Junior Schools, and to the Hook & Odiham Lions - we have now donated £100,000 to local charities, schools and community organisations since the Hook Fun Run was first held back in 1992.

Celebrating at the Hook Fun Run Start Line are (L to R) Alison Pavitt - Hook Fun Run Team, Jan Sharp and Terry Cheeseman - Hook & Odiham Lions, Lynn Martin - Head Teacher at Hook Junior School and Jayne Purdue - Business Manager at Hook Infant School.

As an entirely non-profit-making event, we are so grateful to our sponsors who cover most of our costs so that we can donate the entry fees back to the community, and we are absolutely thrilled to reach this amazing milestone!

Thank you so much to everybody who has run over the years, and to all those who contribute their time and enthusiasm to help make the Hook Fun Run and Road Race happen, come rain or shine!

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