18.Apr.12 Yorkshire Athletics Networks getting ready
With 100 Days To Go until the 2012 Olympic Games, the North Yorkshire and South Yorkshire Athletics Networks have each produced their regular newsletter to show how clubs and organisations in the area have been getting ready.
North Yorkshire Athletics Network reports on:
- Joining forces with North Yorkshire Sport to maximise the opportunities for potential new LIRF leaders and Run England groups.
- Results from NYSD Cross Country season.
- Upcoming events in the area, the Ingram’s League and West Yorkshire Track & Field League.
- A welcome to new Network mentors Paul Wilson, Sue Lawal, and Karen Buck.
- Further informationa dn contact details of clubs and organisations within the Network.
South Yorkshire Athletics Network's newsletter covers:
- 16 Coaches in South Yorkshire attended the first coaches’ day for 2012 organised by the South Yorkshire Athletics Network.
- Run England group leaders from across South Yorkshire come together and attend the first leader’s workshop in the region.
- A personal account of the Wombwell 5 miles.
- An Evening with Bud Baldaro report.
- 15 Newly Qualified Officials.
- Dates for Diaries...forums workshops and courses.
You can download the North Yorkshire network newsletter by clicking here or from the network's web page which is at www.englandathletics.org/NYAN, and the South Yorkshire Athletics Network's newsletter here or on this page: www.englandathletics.org/SYAN.
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All 'profits' made are reinvested into the development of athletics in England
CE Electric UK – the company that owns and operates the electricity distribution networks in Yorkshire, northern Lincolnshire and the North-east - is proud to support England Athletics through its corporate sponsorship programme.
John Barnett, Head of Customer Operations, said: “There’s nothing more important to us than giving something back to the communities that we serve. The England Athletics programme gives young people the chance to keep fit and have fun, whilst offering some of the region’s most promising young athletes the best possible start in their sporting careers.”
You can visit CE Electric UK’s England Athletics micro-site, which includes interviews with some of the region’s young athletes, training plans and a body mass index (BMI) calculator, by visiting http://athletics.ce-electricuk.com/page/index.cfm
CE Electric UK also uses the England Athletics programme to promote its life-saving electrical safety campaign “Stay Away: Stay Alive”, which teaches children and young people to recognise danger of death signs and electrical hazards. You can access electrical safety-themed games and activities by following the “Fusebox” and “Crucial Crew” links on the front page of the company’s website www.ce-electricuk.com