Fantastic competition, form book wins and - as is always the case at this event - form book upsets all featured on day one of the England Athletics Open Under 20, 17 and 15 indoor champs in Sheffield.
The ECCA National Cross Country Championships saw athletes taking on a gruelling course at Wollaton Park with some fantastic tussles throughout the day of racing in Nottingham.
Do not miss out on the opportunity to watch the heroes from the Rio 2016 Paralympics in the iconic London Stadium this July which will light up once again for the historic World Para Athletics Championships.
We are pleased to announce the selection policy for the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon which will take place in Canada on 22nd October. England Teams will be selected based on performances at the England Athletics Marathon Championship - which this year is the Virgin London Marathon.
Don't forget there is still time to apply for our new Inspiration Club project. The project offers the chance for clubs to apply for a package of support related to delivering athletics for disabled people. Applications close at midnight on 5th March 2017.
This weekend sees the England Athletics Under 15, 17 and 20 Indoor Championships take place at the EIS in Sheffield. Not only are athletes hoping to perform at their best with some having the target of being crowned indoor champion, this is also an important event for the under 18s with the Commonwealth Youth Games selections. In addition, winners will be eligible to compete for Under 18 and Under 20 England teams at the Welsh International on 5th March.
The English Cross Country Association National championships head to the familiar mud of Wollaton Park, Nottingham, this Saturday with stalwarts and first timers alike among the 8000+ entrants.
A great atmosphere at the Armagh 5k International held in Northern Ireland on 16th February led to a victory for the England Athletics women's team in the International team race, and first place for England team member Ben Connor in the men's event.
The 23nd Anglo Celtic Plate 100k will be promoted in Patrington near Hull, England on the 21st May 2017 at the Meridian Ultra Road Races. The event will not only incorporate the ACP 100k but also the England Ultra distance Championships at 50k.
Former world-champion athlete Colin Jackson has launched his second annual Sanlam Go Dad Run charity 5k and 10k for men and boys. Colin, fellow athlete Jamie Baulch and local footballing legend Kevin Ball will set the runners off in Sunderland and then put medals round their necks when they cross the finish line. Other Go Dad Runs will take place in cities across the country throughout 2017.