Tony Shiret, Chair of the National Council, blogs on the recent Whole Council Conference and gives his latest update.
England Athletics East Region is pleased to announce its volunteer award winners for 2014. The awards encompass the whole sport of Athletics and this year's winners have been chosen from the nominations received from a wide range of volunteers and clubs.
Spencer Duval, Former International Steeplechaser and now Steeplechase Coordinator for England Athletics lead a Flying Coach* Visit at Herringthorpe Stadium, Rotherham. The sessions was attended by 8 Coaches from across South Yorkshire representing Doncaster AC, Rotherham Harriers, Sheffield Running Club Scunthorpe AC. Spencer also welcomed athletes to attend the event with most being new to steeplechase.
As part of the England Athletics programme, the Endurance Performance And Coaching Centre (EPACC) at St Mary's University College Twickenham would like to invite coaches and athletes to a marathon workshop on 25th October, with Mara Yamauchi and other guest speakers.
Peterborough Athletic Club recently held their annual awards presentation night and England Athletics Chief Executive, Chris Jones, was one of the guests present at the event.
An update from, Chris Jones, England Athletics CEO
England Athletics London Region is pleased to announce its volunteer award winners for 2014. The awards encompass the whole sport of Athletics and this year's winners have been chosen from the nominations received from a wide range of volunteers and clubs.
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 14th to 20th October are listed.
The application process for the RPMF Annual Grants is currently open to athletes, including disabled athletes, between the ages of 15 and 23. And the performance athlete of the year awards for 2014 were announced as part of the England Athletics Annual awards night.
Ron Hill, Darren Campbell, Ashia Hansen, George Gandy, Bob Matthews, George Bunner, Sir Arthur Gold, Muriel Cornell and Guy Butler have been inducted into the England Athletics Hall of Fame.