The organisers of the World Para Athletics Championships and IAAF World Championships London 2017 have unveiled separate digital platforms to identify the unique qualities of both events which make up the biggest sporting occasion of 2017.
London 2017 Ltd has today announced how the Inspiration Programme will have a lasting impact on sport and community. 'Team Personal Best' will inspire a programme of local community activities designed to get people who are encouraged by London's role as host to become involved in grassroots athletics. Investment will be in five key areas - disability, volunteering, schools, community and international - with the aim of removing barriers and growing capacity for increased interest.
London Winter Run - Use exclusive code EA20 for 20% off entries to the Cancer Research UK London Winter Run. London's biggest 10km running event, the Cancer Research UK London Winter Run, is returning on Sunday 5th February 2017 for its third consecutive year. Over 15,000 people have taken part in the sold-out event in both 2015 and 2016, with even greater numbers expected this year.
London Heathside athlete's and North Londoners, in general, have fantastic athletics facilities to use once again thanks to the efforts and hard work from the Finsbury Park Sports Partnership.
Mental Health Awareness in Sport and Physical Activity is a 3-hour workshop designed to give you the practical tools to help you better support those of us with mental health problems to be more active. This short course is aimed at anyone working within sport and physical activity who would like to increase their knowledge and understanding of mental health within the context of their work.
Kingston Athletics Club and Polytechnic Harriers, a South West London Athletics club were presented with their Clubmark on Tuesday 30th August at their track at Kingsmeadow stadium in Kingston-upon-Thames.. Julia Bailey, England Athletics Club and Coach Support Officer for South London was on hand to present the award.
Are you aged 14 or over and interested in becoming a qualified UKA Technical Official (Licensed at age 16 and over) in one of five different disciplines (Field, Photofinish, Starter/Starter's Assistant, Timekeeping, Track)?
Chair of the National Council Tony Shiret's latest blog.
People from across the grassroots of athletics in the UK have been given priority ticketing for the IPC and IAAF World Athletics Championships, which take place at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park next summer.
London 2017 recognises those people who are the foundation of grassroots athletics. The organisers of London 2017 - the IAAF and IPC World Athletics Championships - have announced a priority opportunity for people who form the grassroots of athletics to have the chance to attend the global event next year.