England Athletics News


Exciting times ahead for the Youth Advisory Group

The first Youth Advisory Group meeting of the year took place recently. The group welcomed new members from across the UK, keeping strong connections with neighbouring National Governing Bodies to ensure the Group is represented across the UK to promote the work members do within the sport, and also the awareness of the group throughout the UK.

Join the thousands who have said "I will"

England Athletics are supporting the #iwillWeek campaign. The campaign promotes social action among 10-20 year-olds. This includes activities such as helping your coach lead the warm up, helping manage the club Facebook page or website or simply offering to marshal at your next club race.

England Athletics' 2016 Consultation survey now online

In April and May England Athletics held consultation meetings around the country. After a lot of interesting and useful discussions we have used what we have learned to develop the an online survey so that we can better understand the views of registered athletes, representatives of member clubs, volunteers and everyone who cares about the future of the sport.

Athletics Youth Advisory Group come together for 2016

This weekend saw Athletics Youth Advisory Group members, old and new, come together once again. The first meeting of the year, and for some, the first of many to come. The AYAG would love to hear from those within all levels of the sport and gain input to more accurately represent the youth of the sport.

Frank Starkie Memorial Cup nominations open

The British Association of Track and Field Leagues (BATFL) are honouring the memory of its former chair Frank Starkie with an award for club officials called the Frank Starkie Memorial Cup. Nominations can only be made by clubs who are members of leagues affiliated to BATFL. Nominees must be a member of a track and field club that competes in 'League' athletics.