January 9th marks 200 days to go until the start of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. So far the 'Are you ready?' campaign has focused on communicating with clubs and people inside Athletics.
The England Athletics Combined Events championships being held on 8th January at the EIS will also host the BMC's first indoor meeting of the year.
As 2011 draws to a close England Athletics would like to thank all those who contributed to the sport over the past year; to our officials and coaches, athletes, volunteers, staff, council members and event supporters and spectators.
Still stuck for an unusual Christmas gift? The Ron Pickering Memorial Fund is seeking marathon runners to fill its guaranteed places left for the next London Marathon on 22nd April 2012.
As part of the Local Coach Development Programme in Greater Manchester, we are pleased to announce events taking place in early 2012. The horizontal jumps and hurdles have been designed for new coaches looking to develop their event knowledge through to current coaches to enhance existing delivery.
A workshop "coaching the female endurance athlete" will take place on Saturday 21st January in Hatfield, Herts. The workshop will host a number of expert speakers including Dr. Cath Spencer-Smith, Carolyn Plateau and Jeremy Freeman.
Bronwin Carter is a Throws and Disability Athletics coach at the City of Portsmouth Athletic Club. This isn't the total of her commitment to athleticsin fact it is just the beginning!
Mo Farah is one of 10 people nominated for this year's BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award. The event, and the voting, will be taking place on the evening of Thursday 22 December. Thanks to all who voted - 3rd place for Mo! Congratulations!
Hundreds of Notts sports clubs and associations are being primed to prepare to manage the expected rush of enthusiasm for sport following London 2012. The infamous 'Sean Kerly effect' saw thousands clamouring to take up hockey in the wake of GB's Seoul Olympics triumph.
When the England Athletics funding for the Endurance Academy / Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire (CSW) Athletics Network began on 1 July 2010, unsurprisingly in view of the area's proud harrier traditions, the initial emphasis focussed on endurance running.