We've still got a summer of athletics championships to look forward to following our U23 and U20 champs recently. England Athletics, the UK CAU and the AAA have combined to bring you a new Senior Championships event on 1st-2nd August, plus our Disability Championships, U17 and U15 Individiual and Combined Events Championships and our Relay Championships also take place in August.
England has a long tradition of success at the Snowdon International Mountain Race with individual athletes winning many times and England have also won the team event on numerous occasions. Two very strong teams have been selected for 18th July to continue with that success.
With the increase in participation in athletics by disabled people, it is important that coaches are aware of the appropriate terminology to use when referring to and addressing disabled athletes.
The town of Smolyan in Bulgaria, at 1400m/4600ft, played host to the 11th International Youth Cup for mountain running. 15 nations took part this year. The course itself was technically challenging and was situated at 1900m / 6000ft; the altitude presenting an added challenge to the athletes.
Do you know of a coach, official, Run England leader or other volunteer who deserves some recognition? Have you put them forward for an England Athletics Volunteer Award - there'snot long left for your to make a nomination.
British running star Mara Yamauchi is set to provide inspiration to youngsters at the Oxfordshire School Games in July. The Sainsbury's School Games is an exciting, fully inclusive competition for school children in England designed to motivate, enthuse and inspire young people.
Do you like the idea of a once in a lifetime trip to Africa to take on the country's biggest road race? You and your club could be joining 40,000 other runners at the 2015 Great Ethiopian Run in November!
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 21st to 29th June 2015 are listed.
The North East team is celebrating after they successfully retained the regional trophy at the Typhoo National Junior Athletics Championships. Over 240 of the country's finest young disabled athletes took part in this weekend's event in Coventry.
Over 240 of the country's finest young disabled athletes will be going for gold in Coventry this weekend (27 and 28 June) at the Typhoo National Junior Athletics Championships. The annual event is one of the highlights in the disability sports calendar with some competitors hoping their success might lead to a golden career in athletics.