England Athletics are holding a series of Club Conferences with one being held locally at Crawley Town FC, Broadfield Stadium next Wednesday 30th April from 19:00 - 21.30.
These events are open to all club members - everyone is welcome.
Topics under discussion will include Affiliation and Membership and England Athletics’ spending priorities, alongside sessions on issues relevant to this region. There will also be a demonstration of the England Athletics online portal for membership secretaries, athletes and volunteers and the opportunity to ask questions about how it works and how to make the most of its functions.
Tony Shiret, Chair of the National Council, said: “The best ideas come from the clubs and their volunteers. The conferences and the consultation later in the year will put us in a stronger position because we can show that we have the backing of the sport. That is why a good turnout matters to the clubs.”
To register, email email@example.com and state your name, club and your role within the club.
Sparkling performances for Sussex in League matches.
Sussex teams made steady starts, following the reconstitution of most of the Divisions of the Southern Athletics League, on Saturday.
Generally conditions were windy and cold and particularly at Eastbourne's Division three home match where the sprinters and hurdlers had to battle into a strong northeaster down the home straight.
Promoted to ..
This weekend the 2014 Track Season proper gets under way when the first of this season's Southern Athletics League matches are held.
The League has been restructured to accommodate the extra Clubs that have joined following the continued diminution of both the Southern Mens and Southern Womens Leagues.
Every Sussex Club has ..
Nerukar wins at London. Pepper leads Sussex in Marathon
Almi Nerukar (Phoenix) stole the Sussex thunder on London marathon day when she won the Under 13 Mini Marathon race.
For Nerukar this was sweet revenge on several of the youngsters who have beaten her in the end of season championships as she donned the South East vest to romp away ..
As anticipate it was the most exciting battle for the Sussex Road Relay championship at Christs Hospital on Saturday for many years but it was not the senior mens race but the senior womens clash that produced the drama.
Conditions were almost perfect apart from a light sou’wester and overall times ..
Exciting Battle ahead for Sussex Senior Relay title
Marathons have again a major impact on Road Relays this weekend as the London Marathon have decimated both the Phoenix and Brighton & Hove teams who would normally be vying for the Sussex Road Relay Championship at Christ's Hospital on Saturday.
Phoenix have won the title for the past three years ..
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