Athletics Weekly takes a look at some of the top performances from the past week including results from the area cross country championships, combined events in France and Netherlands and a win for Paula Radcliffe over 10km in Gran Canaria.
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. The past month's updates from 16th December to 26th January are listed.
We are looking for volunteers to join our Regional Councils and help to shape the future of our sport. We want to hear from a range of people whether they have a background as an athlete, coach, club volunteer, official or another role in athletics.
Three Local Coach Development Programme workshops will take place at the Julie Rose stadium on 21st February; Take off drills and Lower Limb Conditioning for high jumpers, Nutrition for Endurance and Javelin: Shoulder Care.
England Athletics are pleased to announce the team selected to compete at the Moravia High Jump event in the Czech Republic on 24th January. This event attracts elite high jumpers from many countries and is an excellent international experience for our high jumpers.
A range of coach development opportunities are available in the coming weeks and months. These are in addition to the opportunities to take formal coaching and leading qualifications.
Sport England's This Girl Can campaign has hit the screens and billboards nationwide! Many people are talking about the campaign and we want to hear how your club have been proving 'This Girl Can'
Should 2015 be the year when you progress your leading or coaching to the next level? Dan Wymer was one person who did just that in 2014.
An Introduction to Sprint Hurdles and Technical Development workshop will take place in Surrey on 22nd February. This free workshop will be practical based to help coaches to introduce hurdling to novice athletes and look at teaching progressions.
The second of the 2014/15 autumn/winter coach development days (Part of the season's Local Coach Development Programme (LCDP) in the South West) aims to offer something for coaches from across the event disciplines.