You've only got until tomorrow (Friday) nominate a local volunteer who makes a big difference to the sport in your area or nation-wide. We spoke with two of last year's Volunteer Award winners to find out what the impact of the award has been on them in the past year. Go to www.englandathletics.org/2015-awards-nomination to make a nomination and find out more.
There are just a few days left to nominate a local volunteer who makes a big difference to the sport in your area or nationwide. We spoke with two of last year's Volunteer Award winners to find out what the impact of the award has been on them in the past year. Go to www.englandathletics.org/2015-awards-nomination to make a nomination and find out more.
The North East team is celebrating after they successfully retained the regional trophy at the Typhoo National Junior Athletics Championships. Over 240 of the country's finest young disabled athletes took part in this weekend's event in Coventry.
England Athletics and easyfundraising are pleased to announce that the winner of the easyfundraising Spring competition is the Northern Frontrunners Athletics Club. They will receive £150 of New Balance kit for their club.
More than 2500 children from Gateshead, aged between 5 and 10 years, ran as part of the campaign to get children active from an early age. Children were spurred on by World and Indoor European champion Richard Kilty and the 65,000 runner milestone was reached in Saltwell Park.
Hundreds of primary school children took part in the INEOS GO Run For Fun(r) event in Newcastle this week, cheered on by GO Run For Fun ambassador World and Indoor European 60m Champion, Richard Kilty, sponsors Bond Dickinson, and campaign mascot Dart.
The North East Counties 10,000m Championships was held on 29th April at a cold and blustery Monkton Stadium.
INEOS GO Run For Fun(r), a campaign to encourage children to run for fun, is celebrating its 55,000th runner in Stockton-on-Tees yesterday. The milestone was reached after over 1,400 primary school children took part in the 120th GO Run For Fun event at Preston Park, supported by Stockton Schools Sports Partnership.
Houghton Harriers and Athletics Club were presented with the Accredited Club (Clubmark) status certificate by Nick Ridgeon (Club and Coach Support Officer for Tyne Wear and Cumbria).
Blue Peter star Barney Harwood joined over 300 Darlington children to take part in INEOS GO Run For Fun's first event of 2015. He was joined by European 400m hurdle champion Perri Shakes-Drayton, as well as 2014 English Fell Running Champion Victoria Wilkinson, for a mass warm-up before the start of the 2km challenge.