The England Athletics Under 17 and Under 15 Championships - including our Disability Athletics Age Group championships - take place at Bedford this weekend, Saturday and Sunday (25-26 August).
Manchester's former world champion boxer Anthony Crolla will lead a team of boxing stars against a specially assembled rugby team, in a unique sporting challenge incorporated into the Manchester International Athletics meeting, which takes place on 15th August.
England emerged winners at the third Manchester International on a damp, blustery night in SportCity that nonetheless delivered a fantastic night of athletics.
High class athletics returns to the North West on Wednesday (15th August) with the Manchester International 2018.
The countdown to the Manchester Intermational is now on and you can buy tickets or find out more about the action coming up as England take on the other home countries and more!
The Virgin Money London Marathon have announced the process for club place allocation for the 2019 event. Applications will open on 5 November with the number of club places allocated based on the number of registered first claim members over the age of 18 on that date. Please ensure your athlete registrations are up to date to be ready to apply for the maximum possible number of club places.
Globally, both the European CHampionships in Berlin, and the NACAC North American, Central American and Caribbean Championships hit the headlines. CLoser to home there are reports from the MK5000 PB Special in Milton Keynes, BWAA Grand Prix in Stoke Mandeville, Scottish Senior Championships, and WMRA Mountain RUnning World Cup series in Switzerland.
Emma Gould and Steve Vernon became senior England Athletics Mountain Running Champions at the British Athletics trial for the World Mountain Running Championships, with Joe Dugdale and Rosie Woodhams taking the U20 Men's and Women's titles respectively.
On the road, reports from BAL and UKWL finals, a number of 10k events including the British Masters Championship. In track and field, reports from the African Championships, Berlin U20s, and Loughborough Open, plus the British Athletics Mountain Running Challenge in Skiddaw.
Coping with an overnight rest, getting back into the groove and producing performances that matched or bettered day one are what the multi-events are all about. Overnight leaders who take gold are rare but one or two survived - while as ever, athletes down in the pack, quickly established themselves in the morning's first two events.