"Movement Skills workshop 2" for coaches and leaders are running across the South on Saturday 5th December Oxford, Saturday 6th December Suffolk, Sunday 13th December Eastleigh, Saturday 16th January Chelmsford and Milton Keynes, and Sunday 17th January Horsham.
Young runners from across Kent took part in the Kent Primary Schools Cross Country Championships. The event was again organised by Ashford Leisure Trust and involved 1387 runners from 89 Kent Junior Schools making the event one of the largest primary cross country events in the UK.
A taster day for young officials was recently held at Julie Rose Stadium in Kent. The day was an easy introduction to what officials do and there was the opportunity to find out about using technology such as Photo finish, Electronic Data Measurement (EDM), Starting Pistols and False Start Systems.
An endurance symposium is taking place in Leeds on Saturday 14th November - the day before the Leeds Abbey Dash (which incorporates the England Athletics 10k champs). The Symposium will explore opportunities for coaches and athletes across endurance events. A Steeplechase Development Day will also take place at Lee Valley on 29th November. The day is aimed at licensed coaches on the LCDP and NCDP and licensed coaches who wish to develop their coaching knowledge and skills in the Steeplechase.
A Steeplechase Development Day will take place at Lee Valley on 29th November. The day is aimed at licensed coaches on the LCDP and NCDP and licensed coaches who wish to develop their coaching knowledge and skills in the Steeplechase. It will be led by experienced coaches in the Steeplechase and Hurdles including Rob McKim, Bashir Hussain, Stella Bandu and Brian Hopkins.
Oxfordshire Sport and Physical Activity has launched a new partnership with leading sports supplies company Rhino to provide sporting bodies, clubs, schools and other stakeholders with access to a superb range of sports equipment and clothing.
With just a few days remaining, Oxfordshire Sport Physical Activity needs your help to identity deserving, clubs, coaches, schools, youngsters, volunteers, workplaces and more to be put forward for nomination for the 10th Oxfordshire Sports Awards.
Have you booked your free place? Only a few days to go until the first in a series of Movement Skills workshops launch in the South. Coaches and leaders are advised to ensure they book their place ahead of the event they wish to attend:Peterborough (3rd October), Eastleigh (3rd October) and Ashford (4th October).
The 2015 South of England Athletics Officials' Association (SEAOA) conference will take place on 15th November at Wimbledon College, Edge Hill, London. It is open to anyone who wishes to attend - entry is free for pre-registered SEAOA members and costs £5 for anyone else on the day.
Ashford Leisure Trust is proud to announce that it has been chosen for the third successive year as winner of the Participation Project of the Year category of the England Athletics South East Regional Council Volunteers Awards for 2015.