Athletics Weekly's latest weekly round-up

Results from the NN Zevenheuvelenloop, NCAA Cross Country Championships, Preston 10, Shanghai Marathon, plus a separate report on British and Irish Masters Cross Country International action in Swansea, and other highlights from the past week.

England Athletics supports campaign for children's #righttobeactive

England Athletics is proud to be one of the first sporting organisations to proactively approach the Sport and Recreation Alliance to support its #RightToBeActive campaign, which asks all of society to join the call for government to embed the fundamental right of all children to be active into policy, regulations and legislation.

Supporting Transgender in Sport

12th to 19th November is Transgender Awareness Week. The week aims to raise the visibility of transgender and gender non-conforming people, and address the issues they face. Taking small steps can make a big difference to how welcome lots of individuals feel in athletics and running.

A string of good performances from England in Spain

Taking part in the high class Atapeurca International Cross Country in Burgos, Spain on Sunday 11 November, athletes from England had to work hard in their races. This early season event always attracts top athletes from Ehtiopia, Kenya and Countries around Europe, however Home Country athletes held their own with string of good performances.

CEO Visit - Spenborough & District Athletics Club

England Athletics Chief Executive Chris Jones headed to Yorkshire club Spenborough District AC to find out more about their activities. The club trains at Princess Mary Athletics Stadium in Cleckheaton. On arrival Chris was met by the club chair Jason Newell who outlined the set-up of the club and the different training groups who would be in action that evening.

Support nationwide mental health and physical activity survey

Take part in the first nation-wide study of mental health in the sport and physical activity workforce in the United Kingdom. The study is intended for anyone aged 16 and above and is concerned with identifying the ways in which the mental health of those who work and volunteer in sport and physical activity can be best supported and promoted.

New measures in coach education to further improve safeguarding

UKA have today announced a new mandatory online safeguarding course for all athletics coaches has been launched in an effort to ensure that all children, young people and adults at risk within the sport are protected. UKA and the Home Country Athletics Federations, have been working with EduCare - an independent and industry-leading provider - to develop the bespoke online safeguarding course which will meet the blended training requirements within the Child Protection in Sport Unit(CPSU)...

Race Director course: 9 February 2019

runbritain are holding a Race Directors' Course in Stoke-on-Trent on 9 February 2019. The Race Directors' course is a must for anyone looking to improve the quality of any event they deliver and support. This is particularly useful for partners and junior team members wanting to take on more responsibility and organise their own events in the future.