England Athletics News


Documents for AAA Annual General Meeting

The AAA have now released documents online prior to the final notice of the Annual General Meeting to be held 10th March 2016 at Alexander Stadium, Birmingham. These papers includeNotice of 2016 AGM, Draft Minutes of 2015 AGM, 2015 Annual Report, Members Representative Card, Proxy Form, Special Resolution, Accounts 2015.

Indoor Age Group champs preview

This weekend, EIS Sheffield welcomes athletes from all over the country to take part in the England Athletics Age Group indoor track and field championships. Read the preview plus useful information to follow the action over the weekend.

John Disley CBE: 20 November 1928 - 8 February 2016

John Disley, co-founder of the London Marathon, has died aged 87 after a short illness. He had remained an active member of the London Marathon family throughout its 35 years, even presenting Paula Radcliffe with her lifetime achievement award, named after John, after her final appearance in last year's race.

Teams announced for indoor competitions at Linz, Austria

The third and final European indoor track and field meeting that an England Team will be competing at takes place this weekend in Linz in Austria. The team includes F44 IPC World Championship silver medallist and Paralympian Jonathan Broom-Edwards who will be competing in the high jump.

Latest coaching resources at uCoach.com

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. Updates from 1st to 7th February 2016 are listed.

Qualify as a Level 2 Track & Field Official

Are you aged 14 or over and interested in becoming a qualified UKA Technical Official (Licensed at age 16 and over) in one of five different disciplines (Field, Photofinish, Starter/Starter's Assist

Best ever England v Wales

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.