England Athletics News


Commonwealth Games: Making History

As the Commonwealth Games take place in Glasgow we will be following the action and looking back at the athletes who have made history at past events.

Come on in athletes, we're ready!

Following three days of briefings, training and preparation of the infield, the athletics officials and Clydesider volunteers are ready for the track and field athletics competition to begin. Over 300 National Technical Officials (NTOs) from all four home countries and International Technical Officials (ITOs) from across the Commonwealth are ready to work together to ensure the Friendly Games is just that.

Marathon runners get the action underway!

The marathon runners got the athletics underway around the streets of Glasgow and if the support of the crowds on the street is anything to go by we're in for an amazing games!

First medal as action in stadium begins

A great atmoshpere greeted the athletes in the stadium as Bethy Woodward claimed England's first athletics medal of the games in the first session in Hampden Park.

Commonwealth Games: Past winners

As the Commonwealth Games take place in Glasgow as well as covering the action we are looking back at past successes by England Athletes.

England Athletics Disability Age Group Championships

Under 20 Athletes with an IPC / UKA Classification are eligible to contest the England Athletics Disability Age Group Championships at Bedford on 30 and 31 August. The event will be held in conjunction with the England Athletics Under 17 and Under 15 Championships. Entry closes 8th August.

Premier League 4 Sport Running Club goes from strength to strength

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.