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SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY, WE ARE BACK TO SUNDAY RUNS

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80th ANNIVERSARY OF HASHING NEXT YEAR IN MALAYSIA – 2018

Greetings from Mother Hash and Kuala Lumpur – The Home of Hash
 
There are unlimited spots available. We have right now about 1200 ppl registered from all over the world and we are not limiting the numbers. Mother is welcoming everyone with open arms.
 
However, the limitations are on the rates. Right now the Early Bird rate is USD80.00 for a 3 days full blown event, which is way passed the numbers we were supposed to take in at this rate. The rate will be increased anytime soon. So please take this opportunity to register NOW before we move on to the next tier. Pass the word around to other hashers in Canada please. Perhaps you could post this in your country’s hash website.
 
Click here to register http://www.motherhash.com/80thanniversary/register.php then click on individual or group and follow through. 

Welcome to the website of the WH3 (Winnipeg hash House Harriers).  The drinking club with a running problem (as I was reminded most recently!).  You can check out a more detailed history of all hashing here.

The Winnipeg Hash House Harriers (WH3) is a running club (Kennel) based upon the “Hash House Harriers”, a world-wide group first formed in Singapore in 1938.  We run in and around Winnipeg, MB on Monday evenings (7pm) in the summer and Sunday afternoons (3pm) during the winter.  We follow trails of flour or chalk for about 3-5 miles, often including mud or water.  The Hares lay the trail and usually take great delight in watching the rest of us attempt to find our way back for down downs at the finish!

Hashing is a social event with some exercise mixed in. The exercise part is mostly that of your arm lifting your drink to your mouth though, so don’t be too concerned. Runners and walkers alike are welcome. Bring your sense of humour and prepare to have a great time.

Click on the links for more information about the history of hashing or the Winnipeg Hash House Harriers.