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Chris Jones went along to the Bedfordshire club to find out more about their work and plans for the coming year.
This weekend saw the now regular annual fixture of Wales versus England U20 held at the indoor stadium in Cardiff. It was arguably the best team performance ever in the history of the event with five new Meeting Records and a huge number of Personal Bests.
Jessica Ennis-Hill CBE wins the Sportswoman of the Year Award at British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards
Olympic Heptathlon Gold medallist, Jessica Ennis-Hill was named Sportswoman of the Year at this year's British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards (BEDSA), an event held by Sporting Equals and supported by England Athletics.
Youth Advisory Group (YAG) Ceri Jones got the chance to be in the Call Room as a Technical Official for the Welsh Senior Indoor Championships, and tells us of her experiences there.
Barton Athletic Club (Shacklady's Gym) in the City of Salford received £500,000 of National Lottery Funding from Sports England's Improvement Fund towards a £750,000 Project. Barton AC is 1 of 37 projects across England to share in over £12.7 million of National Lottery investment from the 3rd round of the Improvement Fund.
Leicester-based hurdler Lucy Hatton has a new sponsor to help her quest to represent Team GB at Rio 2016. Haulage provider Harlequin Logistics have stepped in to help the 21-year-old fund her training and preparation over the next year.
Following Regional Technical Days held last November coaches have fed back on how the sessions have helped improve their coaching. With the next set of Technical Days coming up on 19 20 March coaches have another opportunity to access new or different content.
Last month, fifteen young sports people sat down to begin the class of 2016 Herts Young Leaders' Academy. During this meeting they were shown a variety of ways in which they could increase their level of understanding and knowledge.