Researchers at Leeds Beckett University are offering Yorkshire-based coaches the opportunity to attend free workshops. The workshops will promote healthy athlete development and sustained engagement in sport with an additional focus on anti-doping.
England Athletics have organised a Road Traffic Management course to take place on Saturday 23rd September 2017 at the Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster. Limited places are still available; deadline for applications is 15th September.
With our 2017 consultation events now under way we are pleased to announce details of more of the venues for this year's events. Whatever your role in the sport we want you to come along, tell us what you think and discuss the issues facing the sport as we shape our future work. Thank you to all those who have already contributed or told us they plan to attend. Please make sure your voice is heard.
England Athletics is pleased to announce arrangements for the first of our upcoming consultation events. We would like people from all sections of the affiliated athletics and running community to attend. So whatever your role in the sport please see these details.
Throughout the Summer our Inspiration Clubs will be providing opportunities for disabled people to try athletics at their Inspiration Para Athletics Days. Inspired by the summer of sport and catering for all impairments, these days will provide a great introduction in to Para-Athletics for anyone wanting to try the sport for the first time or a fun day of athletics for those already participating.
Researchers at Leeds Beckett University are working on a CoachMADE project funded by the International Olympic Committee. As part of the project, they are offering coaches the opportunity to attend free workshops, which will take place at Leeds Beckett University in September 2017. The workshops will promote healthy athlete development and sustained engagement in sport.
Becoming a coach or leader is a great way of enjoying athletics and running. Whether you are an athlete looking for a new dimension to your role in the sport, a parent wanting to get more involved or are inspired by seeing how coaches have made a difference to people's lives coaching has plenty to offer.
With more than 800 parks, woodlands and green spaces, Sheffield is already well known as the perfect place to walk, jog or run. Now getting out and about on the city's trails has been made even easier, with the launch of signposted run routes at seven new locations. This is the second phase of the Run Route initiative, funded by England Athletics.
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.
A young cross country runner gave up his chance of winning to help his friend who collapsed with bad stitch during a Primary Cross Country race in Grimsby. He turned back from the nearby finish line, picked up his friend and helped him to the finishing line.