There were thrilling races in both events as Swansea and Tonbridge ran out winners in the women's and men's races. With medal positions changing throughout the racing was closely contested and a great spectacle for the spectators.
We are pleased to anounce that Heaton Harriers have achieved Accredited Clubmark status recently. George Routledge the current Chairman received the certificate from local England Athletics Club and Coach Support Officer John Stacey who made the presentation during a Junior training night at Heaton Manor.
The commitment of England Athletics to both diversity and inclusiveness was evidenced at a recent coach education course which took place at Alexander Stadium in Birmingham.
Are you interested in coaching an inclusive event? Well look no further - how about seated throws? England Athletics is committed to supporting coaches across all inclusive events but this month we are focusing on seeing what is available for seated throws.
Have you booked your free place? Only a few days to go until the first in a series of Movement Skills workshops launch in the South. Coaches and leaders are advised to ensure they book their place ahead of the event they wish to attend:Peterborough (3rd October), Eastleigh (3rd October) and Ashford (4th October).
The Highgate Harriers Night of the 10,000m PBs will take place on the evening of Saturday 21st May 2016 and will once again incorporate the British and England 10,000m Championships. For the first time, the event will also act as the British Athletics 10,000m trial race for the Olympic Games. The event will again feature several high quality open races and unique entertainment.
The English National Autumn Road Relays will be taking place this weekend at Sutton Park. The event is organised by the English Road Running Association (ERRA) and supported by England Athletics. Saturday sees the 6 Stage men's race and the 4 Stage women's relay, and on Sunday it is the turn of the young athletes.
The 2015 South of England Athletics Officials' Association (SEAOA) conference will take place on 15th November at Wimbledon College, Edge Hill, London. It is open to anyone who wishes to attend - entry is free for pre-registered SEAOA members and costs £5 for anyone else on the day.
Ashford Leisure Trust is proud to announce that it has been chosen for the third successive year as winner of the Participation Project of the Year category of the England Athletics South East Regional Council Volunteers Awards for 2015.
Contributions to the consultation by the many people who care about our sport are vital in helping us to determine how we operate as an organisation and how we develop and support the sport in England in the coming years. We thank everyone who took part and the final document is now available for download.