Researchers at Leeds Beckett University are working on a CoachMADE project funded by the International Olympic Committee. As part of the project, they are offering coaches the opportunity to attend free workshops, which will take place at Leeds Beckett University in September 2017. The workshops will promote healthy athlete development and sustained engagement in sport.
Becoming a coach or leader is a great way of enjoying athletics and running. Whether you are an athlete looking for a new dimension to your role in the sport, a parent wanting to get more involved or are inspired by seeing how coaches have made a difference to people’s lives coaching has plenty to offer.
With more than 800 parks, woodlands and green spaces, Sheffield is already well known as the perfect place to walk, jog or run. Now getting out and about on the city’s trails has been made even easier, with the launch of signposted run routes at seven new locations. This is the second phase of the Run Route initiative, funded by England Athletics.
County championships will be taking place across England this summer. The vast majority of events will be happening in May with some counties also arranging additional events to take place at other times.
England Athletics’ National Endurance Conference with speakers including Malcolm Brown (coached to many international athletes as well as Alistair and Jonny Brownlee), and Barry Fudge (Head of Endurance at British Athletics). You can be part of the weekend which takes the theme “How to Win - the development of power and speed for endurance” and has a mix of workshop, practical, discussion and networking sessions.The Devon Hotel, Old Matford Lane, Exeter EX2 8XU