Since its first session in October of 2013, the Argyle Musketeers - the Argyle Community Trust's junior running club - have grown, not only in numbers, but in reputation. Started as part of the Premier League 4 Sport project, rolled out by a host of Premier and Football League clubs, the Argyle Musketeers are now a self-sustainable Run England-affiliated club.
Team England have today confirmed that Mo Farah will not compete at the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
England Athletics are working with partners in Hampshire to reach people who would like to try track wheelchair racing and have arranged a number of Taster Sessions at the Mountbatten Leisure Centre for anyone interested to "come and have a go". This will complement the regular Seated Throws session which takes place at the same time. Meanwhile, any sprinters with additional needs can join Leroy Elliott's speed-work sessions.
As we're now more than midway through 2014, runbritain been having a look at some of the data and stats that have been collected through road races and performances so far this year. Here we present some statistics from the data collected at runbritainrankings.com so far in 2014.
With the Glasgow 2014 Games starting today we'll be helping you make the most of the Glasgow 2014 Games.
Chrissie Wellington, strategic lead for junior participation at parkrun (and four time World Ironman champion) explains junior parkrun and why she is so passionate about it.
Thursday 17th July saw the start of a series of taster sessions to get 14-19 year olds running in Bristol. Run! City Bristol has teamed up with The Creative Youth Network to develop Bristol's very own Running Crew.
One month to go: The Virgin Money London Marathon will once again be supporting affiliated clubs in the UK by allocating places to them for the 2015 race.
There have been a number of changes to Team England for athletics announced today.
Online booking is now available for our 2014 National Coaching Conferences. The three regionally based events have become an extremely popular launch to our winter coach development programme and this year's conferences with the theme "from good to great" will help club coaches to consider the steps they need to take to move from a good coach to a great coach, in order to better support their athletes.