Are you passionate about being involved in coaching athletics, because now is the time to make it happen. England Athletics are working with local women in local clubs to tell you how they become involved in coaching, what support was given, how they juggle family commitments, and work life. Become inspired by reading their stories.
Representatives from Stockton Striders, Durham Fell Runners, Hartlepool Burn Road Harriers, Hartlepool Triathlon Club and Hartlepool Borough Council took part in a Visual Impairment and Guide Running Workshop delivered by local CCSOs and covering the range of impairments, classification types, competition rules and good guide running technique followed by trying it all out during a practical session.
We have a free Sight Loss Awareness and Guide Running Workshop coming up on Tuesday 19th January in Hartlepool. The 2-hour workshop is aimed at leaders, coaches and volunteers from Run England groups and England Athletics affiliated clubs wanting to attract and support more visually impaired people.
Northern Athletics held their annual open meeting at Trafford on 14th November. We summarise the meeting report.
The opportunity to shadow the Academy coaches during training. You will be able to gain first-hand experience of how athletes with a disability are affected and will provide a greater understanding from a technical perspective.Loughborough HiPAC at the University