The Institute of Sports Exercise and Health (ISEH) in Tottenham court Road played the generous host once again to the awards evening that reflects the efforts the volunteers have made to our sport over the past year.
Bexley Run England pilot shows you how running can benefit the whole community - delivered in partnership with Bexley Mencap. From a taster to weekly sessions, a regular number of adults from Bexley Mencap are finding out how much fun a Run England group can be and how running can improve their fitness.
Over 200 people came to Tooting Bec track at short notice on Sunday 9th November to show support for the campaign to save Tooting Bec Athletics track, the future of the track has been subject to speculation following a series of leaked council documents what imply that the track could be handed over to outside groups in the next financial year as Wandsworth Council look to make cuts.
Metro Blind Sport are looking for officiating support at the ‘Metro Athletics Open’ on 20th June 2015, held in East London. This exciting Track and Field event for new and competing athletes across the UK who are vision impaired, is supported by England Athletics and the Run! Project, providing a pathway to compete at an international level.
For all Coaches and AthletesDavid Weir Leisure Centre
The benefits of a Dynamic warm-up and how to run well and give feedback, with James ConeyDavid Weir Centre, Sutton, SM5 1SL
For all Coaches and Athletes. The workshop will explore different methods of strength and power development with a focus on Olympic lifting and other strength related movement patterns. Planning along with the strength-power continuum will also be covered. Coaches are welcome to bring their strength programme to discuss with Rob Thickpenny the after the session.David Weir Leisure Centre, Middleton Rd, Carshalton, SM5 1HP Surrey