England Athletics are pleased to announce The Great Legacy Sale across all Athletics 365 resources and UKA Awards which aim to maximise the legacy of London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Athletics 365 resources including Athlete books, coaching resources, and certificates are reduced by up to 75%.
England Athletics' National Coach Mentor for Heavy throws - Malcolm Fenton - was recognised as Suffolk Sports Coach of the Year and also received the Hammer Circle's Howard Payne Trophy, for outstanding services to Hammer Throwing recently.
St Helens Sutton AC is pleased to announce a partnership with the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences and Centre for Sport, Dance and Outdoor Education at Liverpool John Moores University.
October has been a busy month for the Run! project in the London borough of Hackney. Activator Christina Oyebanji provides updates on the Hackney Key 'special event' held at Kings hall leisure centre and GLL track stars ran a primary school cross country competition.
The Inaugural Tunnel 2 Towers Run (T2T) London 2012 (approx 5 Km) took place on Sunday the 21st October 2012. The event began at Southwark Park in Bermondsey and went from South to North under the River Thames through the Rotherhithe Tunnel to wapping and Finished in London's Docklands in Billingsgate Market in the shadow of Canary Wharfs Towers which mirrors the event held in New York City.
England Athletics proudly hosted the first European Sprints and Hurdles Conference last year at Heathrow and this year we are bringing the event to the Midlands. You can still book - take a look at what's on!
Two Disability Local Coach Development Programme (LCDP) Workshops will be held in the South in the next few months. They are An Introduction to Ambulant Running and Jumping, and An Introduction to Ambulant and Seated Throws.
Clubs have shown their keenness to compete in this year's Saucony English Cross Country Relays at Berry Hill Park, Mansfield by entering once again in large numbers for this year's event on 3rd November.
Sunday 14th October saw Gateshead College Academy for Sport (GCAS) play host to two local coach development programme workshops and the inaugral North East coaching forum.
As part of the North West Local Coach Development Programme (LCDP), the first of the winter's horizontal jumps workshops "Progressive Strength Development" will take place on 17th November. The session will be largely practical based; with presentations, discussion and QA built into the day.