Role models for women coaches - Rita's story

Are you passionate about being involved in coaching athletics, because now is the time to make it happen. England Athletics are working with local women in local clubs to tell you how they become involved in coaching, what support was given, how they juggle family commitments, and work life. Become inspired by reading their stories.

Hurdles Masterclass with Lance Brauman

Lance Brauman is one of the leading speed coaches in athletics today. This masterclass is an opportunity to listen to his coaching journey and gain insight into one of the leading practioners at the cutting edge of world class sprinting.

Last chance to make your Sporting Chance Award nomination

The Sporting Chance Awards recognise the sporting achievements of young people under the age of 19 and the loyal, selfless work of others which enables young people to experience fulfilment and enjoyment in sport. Applications close at midday on 30 June 2016.

London 2017 Volunteers

Britain's fastest ever woman Dina Asher-Smith and Paralympic Gold Medallist, Richard Whitehead, call on the British public to be the heart of London 2017 as organisers launch volunteering programme.

Workplace Challenge accepted by Leicester City Council

Dan Parkinson, England Athletics Product Development Manager - Running Participation, recently visited the Leicester City Council Beginners and Graduate Running Group which was started on 13th January as part of the New Year Workplace Challenge, to encourage people to start the year with a new physical activity.

Junior disabled athletes ready to go for gold at Typhoo National Championships

More than 200 of the country's finest young disabled athletes will be going for gold in Coventry on 2nd and 3rd July at the Typhoo National Junior Athletics Championships. The annual event is one of the highlights in the disability sports calendar with some competitors hoping their success might lead to a golden career in athletics.

Athletics Weekly's latest weekly round-up

The British Championships incorporating the Olympic trials were of course the highlight of the weekend, but Athletics Weekly also covered the ESAA SW and NW Schools Combined Events Champs, in Exeter and Blackburn respectively. News from the Swansea and Torbay Half-Marathons, the International Mountain Running Youth Cup in the Czech Republic, Jessica Ennis-Hills victory in Germany, and on demand streaming from the Iaaf World Challenge in Madrid.

Excellent running at International Mountain Running Youth Cup

Scarlet Dale had an excellent run to finish 5th in the International Mountain Running Youth Cup and led the England U18 team to 5th place on a tough, steep, uphill only course. Elliott Matier led the Home Countries athletes and achieved his target of a top 10 finish - an improvement of 10 places on his performance at this event in Bulgaria last year.

Selection for Marathon and other events at 2018 Commonwealth Games

England Athletics are finalising the selection policy and criteria for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games at the current time. The selection policy will be launched at the England Senior Championships (held as part of the AAA and UK CAU Championships) on 30th/ 31st July 2016 at Bedford International Stadium.