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.
The Satellite Club programme for 2018-2019 is giving England Athletics affiliated clubs the opportunity to apply for a package of support, to encourage more young people aged between 14-25 to start or become more physically active through athletics and running.
England Athletics are pleased to announce the Autumn 2018 Road Race Championships in conjunction with the organisers of three popular and well-established events. The races cover the North, Midlands and South of England providing registered club runners up and down the country the opportunity to take part in an England Championship event.
Our Movement Skills workshops blend theory and practical, are designed to stimulate a better understanding of the crucial movement patterns that underpin all running, jumping and throwing activities that form the basis of athletics. Then, to propose interventions that are not only designed to improve an athlete's performance, but also to minimise the occurrence of injury.
During the week of 6th-12th October 2018 England Athletics, supported by Mind the mental health charity, will be once again encouraging people to #RunAndTalk to improve their mental wellbeing through running and to break down the stigma associated with mental health by getting people talking about it.
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.
It may be the summer holidays, but that didn't detract from the intensity of this combined events championships, for so many reasons the highlight of the age group season. Far more than at senior level, some of the best in the country individually take on the complexity of multi-events as part of their training progression.
Teams have been announced for the Combined Events Home Countries International, which takes place this weekend (4-5 August) in Manchester.
England Athletics are pleased to announce the team for the 2018 Manchester International match which sees England take on teams from Scotland, Wales,Northern Ireland and Ulster, Great Britain NI Under 20s, Iceland, the British Athletics League and UK Women's League, and other international representatives including from Denmark.