The England Athletics Event/ Group Lead for Jumps and Combined Events is Darren Ritchie firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for full details of our Regional Coach Leads – if you have any regional enquiries relating to coaching, competitions and local events, get in touch with your local RCL.
A range of opportunities are available for jumps and combined events coaches throughout the year, these include:
- National Coach and Athlete Development Workshops
- Regional Coach and Athlete Development Workshops
- Regional Development Workshops
- Coach Networks
- Coach Webinars
- Coaching Newsletter
National Coach and Athlete Development Workshops
These activities will be targeted at coaches with athletes on the Junior and/or Senior Talent Pathway. The aim of the events/workshops is to provide coaches and athletes with the opportunity to work together and examine the performance requirements of the event. The themes of each session will be based on the ‘What It Takes To Win Model’ for the event(s); Performance determinants (biomechanical, biomotor and technical abilities), Self & support (lifestyle, behaviours and environment). Each of the events will be led by England Athletics Talent Event Leads.
Regional Coach and Athlete Training Days
If you are a coach that works with athletes that are club level or regional level and are aged between 15 and 19 years old, and coach the long jump, triple jump, high jump or Pole Vault, then the Regional Coach and Athlete Training Days are for you. The Spring 2022 days have now finished.
The Coaching and Athlete Development Team provide coaches with more online learning and training opportunities – developing a regular programme of online coaching webinars hosted by one of our team or lead coaches.
Our latest coaching webinars on offer are featured in this schedule but please check back as details of more webinars are added regularly. If you missed anything, you can also use our Watch Again function. If you have any suggestions of topics that you’d like to see covered in our webinars, then submit your ideas via our online form.
Regional Online Coach Networks
England Athletics hosted online coaching network sessions in December 2021 and March 2022, led by the Regional Coach Leads (RCL) in jumps and combined events. The networks were established to offer coaches the opportunity to share good practice, discuss coaching questions or to have roundtable discussions about a particular subject.
Event specific activity delivered by UK and world leading practitioners. Details are published as events are announced.
The aim of the newsletter is to provide coaches with regular updates on jumps and combined events, which will include useful links to coach development opportunities and resources, along with competition and talent updates.