What could Black Friday mean for your club?

You should know by now that if you shop online this Christmas, you could be raising free funds for your club as you #SpendChristmas with easyfundraising this year - but do you realise what an opportunity there is to raise serious funds this weekend?

Athletics Weekly's latest weekly round-up

A results round-up from the past week including performances at the Great Ethiopian Run, where 14 members of Tyne Bridge Harriers (who had won a trip to Ethiopia through the Great Club Challenge) joined more than 40,000 participants. Also XC champs reports from Midland men's 7 mile and women's 5 mile, North London, and South of Thames events.

National 10k team champs results announced

In conjunction with the Leeds Abbey Dash recently, we held the England Athletics 10k individual and team championships for 2015. Following the usual eligibility checks, we are now pleased to announce the medal winners for the team event.

Latest coaching resources at uCoach.com

uCoach is the online resource for athletics coaches in the UK - a one-stop shop for coaches to access information about coach development, coaching qualifications, events, news and coaching resources. Updates from 16th to 22nd November 2015 are listed.

AAA applications for 2016 grants now open

The Amateur Athletic Association (AAA) has a fund which is able to support English Athletes under the age of 23 who are in full time education, active in athletics and not receiving other funding. Applications are welcomed, and note the deadline is 13th February 2016.

Get ready for the county cross country championships

County Associations across England do an important job in supporting the sport and delivering competition opportunities. Most will be holding their county cross country championships early in the New Year and many are involved in other activity through the winter. The county cross country championships also offer a stepping stone to the UK CAU Championships.

Endurance running in universities

Universities provide an important part of the athletics experience of many English endurance athletes - whether they study in the UK or overseas. Recognising coaches and athletes need information and support through this part of their career, David Lowes has undertaken the role of University Coordinator for Endurance.