There are lots of coaching and officiating courses taking place in your local area - take a look at the Your Area page and select COURSES from the menu. A number of coaching courses taking place this month still have spaces remaining - see what takes your interest!
On Thursday evening in Bradford Eccleshill Road Runners hosted an athletics and running nutrition workshop organised by England Athletics Club and Coach Support Officer, Nick Settle. The workshop attracted a considerable number of coaches and run leaders.
The first 2017 issue of the North West Yorkshire coaching Newsletter has now been published and is available for download.
Do you want to take part in the first Leading Athletics course of 2017? We still have a couple of spaces left on the Leading Athletics 3 hour course being held at Gateshead College Academy of Sport (next to Gateshead International Stadium) this Saturday 15th January.
The Coaching Assistant course being held at Shildon, County Durham on 3-4 December has a number of spaces available and will go ahead - but we would love to fill the last few places, at this venue with great facilities, it is the final course of 2016!
Just twelve short months after its official formation, the rapidly expanding Allerton Junior Athletics Club (AJAC) celebrated its inaugural presentation night last weekend when British athlete Aly Dixon was guest of honour after her recent return from the Olympics.
Settle Harriers has achieved the prestigious Clubmark award, the community sports club accreditation which recognises high standards. Settle Harriers, whose members are predominantly involved in fell running, has a thriving junior section and more than 200 members across all ages.
On Thursday 6th October Ilkley Harriers were presented with their renewed Clubmark status at one of their junior indoor Sportshall athletics sessions.
The England Athletics Yorkshire Humber Regional Awards took place on 27th September at Gomersal Park Hotel in Birtsall West Yorkshire. It was an evening organised by England Athletics to celebrate the amazing work and achievements that have taken place in the region over the past year.
Knaresborough Striders running club have organised a new race in the town to continue the legacy of the popular King James School Fun Run series which ended 2 years ago leaving the town without a race of any kind.