England Athletics are pleased to announce that online entry for our U17 and U15 Age Group individual and combined events Championships is now open. Both championships will take place in Bedford; individual events on 29th to 30th August and Decathlon, Heptathlon, Octathlon, Hexathlon on 8th to 9th August.
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England Athletics (EA) today announced a national, commercial partnership with InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG(r)), which enables both registered club athletes and affiliated clubs to benefit from discounted rates at IHG branded hotels across Europe.
The deadline for athlete entry into the 2015 South West Inter-County championships is Monday 5th July. The event takes place on 19th July at the Exeter Arena.
The England Athletics Senior Championships will this year carry the AAA name as the event which is also the UK CAU championships come to Bedford on 1 2 August. Athletes competing will put their names alongside a great line of famous athletes who have contested the AAA championships over the years.
Meeting notes and copies of the information shared at the England Athletics 2015 consultation are now available.
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.