England Athletics News

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Charities guidance moved to new website

Clubs that need information on charitable status and related subjects should note the Government has moved this information from the HMRC website to the 'gov.uk' website.

Cambridge Wheelchair Racing Group starts up in January

With funding from Sport England, we are pleased to announce the start-up of a Wheelchair Racing Group in Cambridge. Participants do not need any experience of athletics or wheelchair racing - just an enthusiasm for sport and to learn new skills.

Are you signed up for Jantastic?

Jantastic is a great way for your club to give your members a new challenge or encourage new people to get involved in running. Last year more than 21,000 people logged over 350,000 runs - here is how you can get involved.

AAA 2015 grant applications 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 14th February 2015.

Josie Cichockyj

England Athletics is saddened to hear of the recent passing away of wheelchair athlete, Josie Cichockyj at the age of 49.

This Girl Can update

Additional information and resources on Sport England's 'This Girl Can' campaign are now available.

BMC Symposium and Awards day invitation

Coaches and athletes are invited to the BMC Symposium and Awards day which will take place in Middlesex on 22nd March. The event is supported by England Athletics and will provide a very exciting programme which brings together top coaches and athletes in a relaxed, friendly environment and an opportunity to meet like-minded colleagues.

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