A steeplechase development session will be taking place in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk on 25th June. It is open to coaches and athletes of all levels of experience. David Cripps will focus on drills practice hurdles at lower heights (as an introduction for those new to the event) in the morning. Stella Bandu will lead a session in the afternoon focusing on barrier and water jump technique.
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.
The East Region has sent a team to the London Mini Marathon since the Regions were first invited to join the London Boroughs in this annual event. Over the years the East has enjoyed some notable successes and 2017 is no exception.
England Athletics would like to remind clubs about the training that is provided for Club Welfare Officers. This and other resources available from England Athletics helps clubs deliver an environment where everyone involved in athletics feels safe and secure to enable them to achieve their potential – to run, jump and throw, to coach, officiate or to support those who do.