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.
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.
In partnership with Kent Sport, Ashford Leisure Trust organised the first Kent Schools Learning Disability Cross Country Championships on Wednesday 29th March at Mote Park. The event forms part of the Kent School Games disability programme of events and involved 145 runners from 10 Kent special schools.
Kent had four teams and 33 runners represent the county at the National Primary Schools Cross Country Finals held at Prestwold Hall, Leicestershire on Saturday 25th March 2017. The County' young athletes won two individual medals and the Year 6 Team title.
This evening workshop is aimed at coaches who want to investigate the potential of using technology to capture and analyse athletic performance both during and after a coaching session. There will be an opportunity to do some practical work so please bring along your own devices.Three Hills Sports Park, Cheriton Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 5JU