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.
Our Movement Skill workshops take place in the Southern region on the 6th, 7th and 13th February. The workshops will support learning from the Coaching Assistant and LiRF courses and aim to deepen understanding of functional movement.
Newham resident Nadia Shah has teamed up with England Athletics to run a 'Couch to 5k' running group. The Olympic legacy is alive and well in 2016, thanks to the launch of a brand new 'Couch to 5k
Precision Athletics are running the first 2016 session of their popular free "Play Days" on 21st 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.
Movement Skills workshop two for coaches and leaders are running across the South on Saturday 16th January (Chelmsford and Milton Keynes), and Sunday 17th January (Horsham), and places are still available.
Hazel Shaw attended an England Athletics Guide Running workshop recently and is training with a visually impaired runner for the London Marathon! She keeps a blog so you can find out all about it first hand!
Sutton and District AC, a South London Athletics club and part of the South London Athletics Network were presented with their Clubmark on Thursday 11th December 2015 at their track at Sutton Arena.
British Athletics Parallel Success are holding a workshop for leg amputees "Learn to Run" on 6th December. The free workshop is open to amputees - with and without blades - seeking to develop running skills for sport and recreation; plus coaches, physiotherapists and prosthetists.