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Before returning to the UK, Mrs Parker had been a keen runner with the Bahrain Hash House Harriers (HHH), was a member of several women's teams who ran in the Bahrain Relay Marathon and also entered the Bahrain Half Marathon and Bahrain Marathon.
In 1981 I became a member of the Hash House Harriers, now known as BRR.
To work up a sweat on the weekends, many mission employees run with the Hash House Harriers, play Ultimate Frisbee or compete in frequent tennis tournaments at the ambassador's residence.
It's a worldwide network of non-competitive running, social and drinking clubs, the Hash House Harriers local chapter is based in Leamington.
But its roots go back to the 1990s and a group of runners called the Eugene Hash House Harriers, sometimes known as a drinking club with a running problem.
SOFIA HASH HOUSE HARRIERS The Sofia Hash House Harriers is an active and very relaxed recreational and social group composed of Bulgarians and expats; visitors and first-time Hashers are always welcome.
Son-in-law Geoff Kirby, 68, is one of the social set who meet every Sunday as part of an international network of nearly 2,000 groups of Hash House Harriers.
The culprits are Hash House Harriers, runners who convene in different towns all over the world.