uCoach is the online resource for athletics coaches in the UK - a one-stop shop for coaches to access information about coach development, coaching qualifications, events, news and coaching resources. Updates from 6th July to 3rd August 2015 are listed.
Coaches who have deaf athletes within their coaching groups have access to a number of very useful resources.
Building on a successful first day of the AAA's championship, the performances continued flow on day 2 in a warm and sunny Bedford international stadium. The busy event covered the UK CAU England Athletics Senior AAA Championships and England Athletics Disability Championships.
Has your club or running group produced a video in support of #ThisGirlCan? WSNet (Women's SportsNet) will be featuring many of the best vids on WSN-TV throughout August.
There were great performances, including fantastic marks achieved in the disability events, as the UK CAU England Athletics Senior AAA Championships and England Athletics Disability Championships got underway today at Bedford. Hannah Cockroft (Club: Leeds City AC, Coach: Jenni Banks) produced performance of the day in the women's 800m wheelchair race as she went below her own world record.
England Athletics is pleased to announce that our 2015 Consultation Survey is now live at www.englandathletics.org/england-athletics-consultation-2015.
Sport England's Club Matters is the essential one-stop shop of free support for sports clubs. More than 10,000 clubs have registered to benefit from the tools and resources available. Here is an update on how your club can benefit from socal media and free club development workshops.
England Athletics is pleased to announce the appointment of Jane Stewart as its 2017 Inspiration Programme Coordinator. The 2017 Inspiration Programme will seek to make the most of the opportunities presented by the IAAF and IPC World Athletics Championships, which will be held in London in 2017, in bringing sustained benefits to all levels of athletics.
UK Athletics have announced the following information with regards the UK Member's Council
You've only got until tomorrow (Friday) nominate a local volunteer who makes a big difference to the sport in your area or nation-wide. We spoke with two of last year's Volunteer Award winners to find out what the impact of the award has been on them in the past year. Go to www.englandathletics.org/2015-awards-nomination to make a nomination and find out more.