Interactive in partnership with the Mayor of London and NHS London's 'Inclusive and Active 2' project has been shortlisted for the Community Programme of the Year award at the BT Sport Industry Awards 2014 on Thursday 8th May.
The first England Athletics Regional Club Conference of 2014 takes place in Doncaster in just three weeks' time and will be the first of a series of events that will offer representatives of clubs from across the country the opportunity to meet and discuss the biggest issues and challenges that they face.
Chair of the England Athletics National Council and Co-Chair of London Regional Council, Tony Shiret, gives his update.
Newham and Essex Beagles and Liverpool Harriers were crowned male and female Club:Connect champions at the Sainsbury's British Athletics Indoor Champions in Sheffield last weekend. As part of British Athletics' campaign to reward and recognise clubs, each British champion won ten points for their club and the clubs with most points were awarded a £500 grant.
England Athletics is pleased to announce national 10,000m track championships will be held in 2014 as part of the Highgate Harriers Night of the 10,000m PBs.
The SEAOA (South of England Athletics Officials' Association) will hold their Annual Conference on 2nd February 2014 in Twickenham. The conference serves to update officials on rule changes and also hold workshops during the conference for the different disciplines. The deadline for applications is 27th January 2014.
The City of London Mile, a brand new event coming to London this June, has linked up with England Athletics region London Athletics, to promote running and well being in the capital.
As 2014 begins, we look at how London continued to break the mould in 2013. Run! began the year being described as "The largest and most successful participation scheme there has ever been in athletics" by Chair of England Athletics National Council in an Athletics Weekly article.
STAN ALLEN 1934 - 2014 - It is with regret that we pass on the news from Herne Hill Harriers that Stan Allen died, aged 79, on 1st January 2014 at St George's Hospital, Tooting, following a long period of illness. He was a stalwart of HHH and regularly contested the Surrey Championships from the 1950s through to the 1980s.
The 8th December, Dulwich College and London Athletics delivered another successful workshop, this time on 'Youth Development' under the guidance of Greg Knott.