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Hundreds of thousands of people across England are involved in athletics. In many different ways it really is the most exciting, diverse and vibrant sport there is. For many athletics provides the ultimate challenge to their competitive abilities. The range of disciplines across the track, field, road and off-road provides an incredible diversity of events for different people with different skills and abilities which means that it is impossible to stereotype what it means to be an athlete. For other people athletics is about fitness and participation but the range of age groups, events, competitions and clubs means that athletics really is a truly inclusive sport.

Find a Club or Session

Whether you want to run, jump, throw, coach, officiate, or help out on club night the England Athletics Activity Finder is where you can find out about all the athletics and running clubs where you can get involved.

Athletics365

Athletics 365 is a multi-event, young people development programme, which introduces athletes to the fundamental skills of athletics (vital to every sport). It is aimed predominantly at 8-15 year olds, but the resources can easily be adapted for use with younger athletes.

Athletics 365 focuses not only on how fast someone runs or how far someone jumps or throws but also, more importantly, on developing the technical skills ('how' to run, jump and throw) required to perform at full potential and move like a champion. In addition to technical skills, Athletics 365 also looks at an athlete's physical, mental and emotional development, as well as their lifestyle and social development.

Find out more at www.athletics365.org

321 Routes

Run England 3-2-1 is Run England's project which aims to provide a range of marked out running or jogging routes across the country that anyone can have a go at. It's a way of providing a meaningful challenge to help more people to get running when it best suits them. Run England is the recreational running programme of England Athletics.

A map of available routes available at  https://runtogether.co.uk

Run Together

RunTogther has been created by England Athletics, the National Governing Body (NGB) for athletics and running, to provide fun, friendly, supportive and inclusive running opportunities for everyone in England. All our programmes, such as 'Groups' and 'Routes' and services, such as 'Find a Guide' and 'Mental Health Ambassadors' share a common theme, they are there to help people run with others. Running with others can provide motivation, guidance and support, as well as making it more fun!

RunTogether groups are fun, organised runs/jogs with other people, led by  qualified run leaders. All RunTogether Leaders are trained and insured by England Athletics, the National Governing Body (NGB) for athletics and running. 

More information can be found at: https://runtogether.co.uk/

Keeping up to date with England Athletics

England Athletics have a range of news bulletins that are sent out to keep you informed and up to date with all the latest information. View the latest updates, sign up to the mailing lists or view previous bulletins in the sections below.

eBulletin: this general eBulletin is sent out every fortnight and rounds up England Athletics news and features for the past 2 weeks. Athletes, officials and coaches should update their mailing preferences at www.englandathletics.org/editmyprofile to subscribe/ unsubscribe.

Setting the Pace: the quarterly England Athletics newsletter distributed to athletics clubs and other organisations in England.

For The Record: an England Athletics newsletter especially for officials. This will be published 2 times a year.

School eBulletin: this eBulletin is sent out quarterly and rounds up England Athletics news and features that may be of interest to those connected with Schools and Education.

Race Directors' news: produced by Run Britain - please see www.runbritain.com/rdp for details. 

Contact nevans@englandathletics.org to find out more about news ebulletins.