Once again there was a great afternoon of racing at theERRA National 12 and 6 Stage Road Relays in Sutton Park as Leeds City and Swansea came out on top in two great races.
Having been inspired by the first ever London Marathon, Bernard Johnson took up distance running. He's now moved into coaching and is taking the Athletics Coach qualification to broaden his skills as he carries out new roles within his club, Thurrock Harriers AC.
Tickets for Birmingham's IAAF World Indoor Championships will go on sale soon and if you register now atwww.wicbirmingham2018.com you can buy tickets first. The event will be held from 1 to 4 March 2018.
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 19th March to 7th April 2017 are listed.
Manchester Metropolitan University is working to identify genetic characteristics associated with physical performance, health and injury. They are currently investigating the genetic influence on bone mineral density and stress fracture incidence within runners. They are looking for more participants - can you help?
England Athletics will aim to field the best possible Senior team at the Loughborough International on Sunday 21 May. The primary aim of selections for the team will be to contribute to the development of potential Commonwealth Games 2018 athletes via way of exposure to international competition and environment.
This weekend a strong England team of seven athletes head to Dublin to compete in the Great Ireland Run 10k against strong Irish teams in both the men's and women's races.
The 14th annual British Athletics Officials' Conference took place on Sunday with over 250 technical officials from across the UK attending the event. The day was focussed around the theme of 'Broaden Your Horizons', encouraging officials to think outside of their discipline. As well as 18 different workshops being held, with guest speakers Robbie Grabarz, Katharine Merry and Chris Cohen, a number of awards were made to officials.
Organisers marked the 100 days to go milestone with the release of a unique aerial image of the World Para Athletics Championships London 2017 logo in the shadow of the London Stadium. The creative, taken on what will be the official warm up track for the Championships, not only celebrates 100 days to go but also the events that will be on show from 14-23 July.
In partnership with Kent Sport, Ashford Leisure Trust organised the first Kent Schools Learning Disability Cross Country Championships on Wednesday 29th March at Mote Park. The event forms part of the Kent School Games disability programme of events and involved 145 runners from 10 Kent special schools.