The South Team can now confirm movement skills workshop 1 and 2 that are available. The workshops will cost £15 to attend and are aimed at assisting all leaders / coaches at all qualification levels, for all different ability and age of the athletes they are working with.
East End Road Runners (EERR) is a friendly, all-level running club based in Newham, East London Everybody is welcome whether they have never run before or have run their whole life, fast or slow, walk/jog/run. Here's a run-down of what can happen in just a week at the Club, as written by a club member.
With just 4 weeks to go before our first ever Community Games which will take place on 7th August at Mile End athletics stadium, we're pleased to announce 50% off entry into a range of events. This offer is valid for online bookings made between the 11th and 15th July 2016 and for the events listed.
Every year, East London's finest running clubs come together to compete in the East London Five Interclub Series (Elvis) and this year saw East End Road Runners host their own 5k in the Olympic Park. Club members undertook all the voluntary roles needed.
Athletes from across London recently took part in the combined EFDS Typhoo London Championships, Special Olympics GB competition and the Newham Athletics Network open meeting. Over 250 athletes of all abilities took part in 11events.
Sunday 5th June saw athletes from across London take part in the combined EFDS Typhoo London Championships, SOGB competition and the Newham Athletics Network open meeting. Over 250 athletes of all abilities took part in 11 events.
Kent, London and athletics in general have lost a loyal and dedicated servant with the death of Dave Holder, who passed away recently after a short illness. Dave was the London Region and England Athletics Official of the Year in 2014.
London Frontrunners is England's oldest and biggest LGBT running club. For International Women's Day 2016, they launched a series of women's 5k runs on Saturday mornings in the picturesque surroundings of Hyde Park.
Are you aged 14 or over and interested in becoming a qualified UKA Technical Official (Licensed at age 16 and over) in one of five different disciplines (Field, Photofinish, Starter/Starter's Assistant, Timekeeping, Track)?
London 2017 recognises those people who are the foundation of grassroots athletics. The organisers of London 2017 - the IAAF and IPC World Athletics Championships - have announced a priority opportunity for people who form the grassroots of athletics to have the chance to attend the global event next year.