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Neil Aitken   Honorary Chairman  
Andy Wyatt   Honorary Treasurer
Liz Milsom   Honorary Secretary
Ed Rees   Men's Running
Ellie Andrews   Ladies' Running
Jo Greening   Social Secretary
Bronwyn Garrett   Risk Management
Gavin Brandie   Communications and Publicity
Joe Spraggins   Head of Triathlon

Abbie Lloyd   Membership

Mariana Marques   Triathlon: Swimming

Jesús Pascual   Triathlon: Cycling 


Jennifer Woolgar & Cathryn Rees  Ladies' Road Running
Michael Leong  Mens' Road Running
Lucy Hancock & Rosemary Hurford (Vice)  Ladies' Cross Country Running
Gary Salmon & Sam Robinson (Vice)  Mens' Cross Country Running
John Warton & Christian Moxon  London Triathlon League


Committee meetings are held at least every other month if not more frequently. 

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is held in November - click here for meeting minutes.

About the committee

Neil Aitken - Honorary Chairman

My boy Jakie, racing, beer & Chasers obviously!
Sitting still and not having shoes on :-)
Day job: Director in Sports Travel 

Since the formation of Clapham Chasers I’ve loved working with fellow club and committee members to meet the challenges of our rapidly developing club. One day we will hopefully be one of the most reputable running and triathlon clubs in the country.
My commitments at home mean I can’t go to the volume of sessions I used to but you can usually see me coaching at the track on Tuesday. Outside of Chasers I’m also with Embrace Sports and have the privilege of coaching and training with many Chasers there too.
Andy Wyatt - Honorary Treasurer

Loves: Cycling, snowboarding, mountains, maps, exploring, beer, snacks

Hates: Punctures, inconsiderate road users, litter

Day Job: Finance Business Partner

Having joined the Chasers in 2012 with a view to doing triathlon, it wasn’t long until I discovered I really didn’t like open water, wasn’t overly keen on swimming or running or early mornings and that cycling was great.  However, after three years of dedicated cycling, I finally managed two sprint and one middle distance triathlon over the course of one summer, where I had a proper panic attack at the start of swim. Once I realised no-one was coming to help, and that I could just about put my feet on the bottom of the lake, I got on with it, even enjoying the swim, and completed my first and last middle distance triathlon! At some stage the Chaser tri-suit, which still fits, will probably come out of retirement. Until then, I enjoy studying maps of Surrey and Kent, trying to figure out ways to make the same old roads somehow different, and every now and again finding a whole new road.  I actually quite like trail running, and swimming in perfect, big, largely empty 5ft deep swimming vestibules.

Through the Chasers I’ve met loads of new friends, been to loads of new places and had loads of great times and more than a few beers and snacks. When the opportunity to become treasurer came up, combining my love of numbers, spreadsheets & Chasers, I couldn’t believe my luck and jumped at the opportunity to give back to our club & community. I’m still working on the proposal for a snack budget.

Liz Milsom - Honorary Secretary

Loves: Running, cycling and lie-ins

Hates: Commuting - but now I run and cycle, I love it!

Day Job: Innovation Programme Manager

I joined the Clapham Chasers in 2011 after I moved and it became my local club. I had been a member of another running club and the difference was amazing! The Chasers are the most friendly, inclusive and supportive group of people you could hope to meet. I value that all abilities are welcome and have watched, in the five years that I’ve been a member, the club grow to an organisation that offers an amazing range of activities and events: both sporting and social! I recognise that most of this is done through people volunteering their time, enthusiasm and passion for running, cycling, swimming and triathlon.

Taking part and getting involved with any Chasers event is rewarding and enjoyable, and is an important part of my life and now I'm also proud to be able to give back some time via the Committee.

Ed Rees - Men's running, and Welfare Officer

Loves: TBC

Day job: TBC


Ellie Andrews - Ladies' Running

I joined Clapham Chasers in 2014 immediately after moving to London, and it has been a major part of my life ever since. It is an incredibly friendly club that will make you feel welcome.

Be warned - you may start (like I did) with team 10k and vague plan of running a half marathon “at some point”. It’s a slippery slope from there - before long you’ll be signed up for everything from marathons to XC and wondering what non runners could possibly be doing with their weekends!

Jo Greening - Social Secretary

Loves: Post-activity beverages, fancy dress, cheesy music, steak, kit and races 

Day Job: Dietitian

I actually did very little in the first few years as a Chaser but having made the decision to sign up for a 70.3 I decided I should probably start going to more sessions (I'd previously gone to one a year) and in doing so I ended up making many amazing friends and wondering why I hadn't become involved sooner.  I had always thought I wasn't good enough to join a running and triathlon club but discovered that Chasers is for everyone. I started going along to the Sunday rides in January but somehow found myself racing at Herne Hill Velodrome and taking part in Red Bull Timelaps that same year. I also learnt that I don't have to lift my heart rate monitor over my head to remove it...

Hope to see you at the next Social! 

Bronwyn Garrett - Risk Management

Loves: chatty long cycles and runs and post activity coffee/cake/wine

Day job: fiscal analyst

I moved to London in early 2018 with my partner who immediately joined Chasers for the running sessions. After meeting some of his new friends at the Berlin marathon I thought I’d try to get involved and do a bit more running with the Team 10k programme. Since then I’ve become the cautionary tale you’ll hear at our intro sessions of the person who plans to do a 10k and finds themselves doing half marathons, a social marathon and even getting into triathlon. I’ve made some great friends and am glad to be able to give a little bit back to a club that’s given so much to so many by being involved in the committee.

Gavin Brandie - Communications and Publicity