News - South East


Hurdles coaching masterclass: 19 April

Part of the coaching masterclass series, a Hurdles masterclass will take place at Lee Valley Athletics Centre on Sunday 19th April. The speakers will be Steve Mitchell and Colin Baross and the workshop will cover "developing the key skills of a hurdler".

Endurance workshop: From Spring into Summer - 29th March

An endurance workshop "From Spring into Summer" will take place at the Endurance Performance And Coaching Centre (EPACC) at St Mary's University College Twickenham on 29th March. The main focus of the day is the process to a successful track season.

Steeplechase workshop: 1st March

A Steeplechase workshop led by Spencer Duval (EA event coordinator for steeplechase) for both coaches and athletes will be taking place at the stadium in Milton Keynes on 1st March from 10am to 12pm. There will be practical training for the athletes, including the water jump.

Free coach and leader workshops: 22nd February and 22nd March

A number of free workshops have been arranged on Sunday 22nd February at Thames Valley Athletics Centre including ones for coaches on the LCDP, Run Leaders, Endurance Coaches and Leaders, and a Throws Coaching Day for coaches and athletes (fee for athletes) on 22nd March.

EDM Play Day for officials: 22nd February

Precision Athletics are running the first 2015 session of their popular free "Play Days" on 22nd February. The EDM is the Electronic Distance Measuring device used by field judges at meetings and this is a good chance to get to grips with EDM equipment in an informal setting.

Aldershot, Farnham and District AC's growth over the years, a case study

Aldershot, Farnham and District AC has made great efforts over the past years to expand the club and its range of events. Prior to 2000 the club had a reputation for endurance events covering middle and long distance running plus race walking. This reputation continues today, but the efforts to broaden the scope are now becoming evident.

2014 an incredible year for Run Kent

2014 has been an incredible year for running in Kent. With over 100 qualified leaders now involved in the Run Kent project and 90 groups registered on Run England, numbers just keep on growing.