We are a social running club based in the Williamstown and Newport area of the beautiful Port Phillip Bay.
We have a vast mixture of members from older runners to kids and everything in between.
We have serious runners who can help guide you with your fitness campaign, and slow joggers and walkers who just like to keep their weight down and stay healthy.
We have regular training in groups on Tuesday and Thursday nights as well as Sunday mornings.
For details contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Download a 2018 new-membership-form and bring it to training.
Hobos Uniform Order Form
While always running a bit John has become a far better and more keen runner since joining the Hobos. He has also become an integral part of making sure the club remains successful.
An ex President from 2010 - 2018 . Mark is also publisher of Home Runs, the club newsletter. Mark's contribution to the club is well acknowledged and appreciated, making him a Life Member.
Has been a Hobo for close to 2 decades and in the past a Soccer player and Veteran sprinter. Peter does an enormous amount for the club as treasurer and for many years race handicapper.
Running has been a returning constant throughout Rob’s life from secondary school days till now, although not always consistently with other active pursuits absorbing his time. Rob has been an active club and committee member since joining in 2012 and was elected President in November 2017.
Club Founder and Track Session trainer
Eero founded this club many years back, and has actively been involved since. He is the head trainer for the Tuesday night track sessions, and co-ordinates the sessions. Eero is paramount to the athletes training and always someone who is great to bounce any running or fitness questions at.
Club Handicapper / Timing co-ordinator
Mick has been actively involved in the club for many years, and is the club handicapper. Mick is responsible for the setup and uploads of the timing system data and equipment. He has been actively involved in running for many years in hobsons bay and many nearby park runs.
Part of the furniture since his first handicap in 2003, Michael loves the idea of the Hobos being ‘a social club with a running problem’ and has been keen to maintain this unwritten philosophy by being an active committee member and recently putting his hand up to edit Home Runs, the club newsletter, along with Mark.
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