Make your nomination now for the England Athletics Community Awards. Tickets for our Hall of Fame and Community Awards night are also now available to buy.
Following the conclusion of the 2014 England Athletics Regional Club conference series, England Athletics committed to consulting the wider sport on the key issues that were raised. A short survey that covers these topics is now live.
Tuesday 10th June saw a double celebration for a senior running club in North Yorkshire as Swaledale Runners not only confirmed their official name change but more significantly received the certificate which completed their journey to successfully achieving Clubmark Accredited Status.
The 2014 England Athletics Regional Club conferences concluded on May 9th in Bury St Edmunds, marking the end of a six week period in which 11 events took place across England's nine regions.
"The biggest breath of fresh air our club has ever had!" So said Martin Firth from Queensbury Running Club after the first evening of their new beginners' running group. A club that has had a stalwart membership of twenty for twenty years has suddenly tripled in size.
Athletics in England is built on the work done by people in communities across England. Our Awards programme invites you to nominate those people and clubs who should be honoured for their work.
Victory for Goldie Sayers on her long awaited return to competition and a host of other fine performances by English athletes were the highlights of the Loughborough International, the annual curtain raiser to the outdoor season, on Sunday.
Chair of the England Athletics National Council and Co-Chair of London Regional Council, Tony Shiret, gives his latest update.
England Athletics delivered their Introduction to Wheelchair Racing workshop last week to participants from Help for Heroes in Catterick. The workshop was part of a support package that has been offered to the group to help them to work towards completing an Ironman Triathlon later in the summer.
England Athletics aims to get 500,000 new people running by 2017 through our Run England Programme. South Yorkshire Sport are currently recruiting multiple Super Run Leaders across South Yorkshire paying up to £15 per hour. If successful you will work closely with the England Athletics and key partners including schools, universities, workplaces, and community groups in South Yorkshire.