South Yorkshire Indoor Series – EIS Competition Dates
U11 years 3, 4, 5 / U13 years 6 & 7 / U15 years 8 & 9
3rd November 2019
1st December 2019
9th Feb 2020
29th March 2020
EIS(English institute of sport) Sheffield Indoor series – numbers available on sale in the cabin now with Pam – this is a fantastic opportunity for ALL U11,(year 3,4 & 5)U13 (year6 &7)& U15 (year8& 9) Athletes – it is a multi Event competition where u can do a maximum of 3 events at each Meeting- details of events are on the board inside the cabin-special awards are given to the top athletes in all age groups (like a Grand Prix) who do 1 throw/1 distance race/1 sprint race/1 jump in their age group- We’ve got some great budding athletes in the club & we only have a limited amount of numbers so please get yours ASAP Thanks Jude
Numbers cost £13 and the number covers all 4 meetings. Event choices must be made the week before the meeting.
Ps it is not unusual to bump into Jessica Ennis Hill at this venue – ask some of those who have previously competed there 😁👍
Welcome to the England Athletics endurance newsletter for September 2019. If you don’t want to receive endurance updates/newsletter in the future please email me and I will take you off the lists.
A range of
opportunities are available for endurance coaches throughout the year, these
Regional Coach and Athlete
Race Walk programme
Coach and Athlete workshops
England Athletics is running a series of
Regional Coach & Athlete Training Days across the country between October
2019 and March 2020. Delivered by England Athletics coaches, these practical
event-specific sessions are tailored to endurance and are perfect for
club-based athletes and coaches looking to develop in areas including training,
preparation and technique.
Mark Webster got a team of 8 together to do the Cotswolds 24 hour relay. About 3 days before we were due to take part the event organisers cancelled. The team had been planning for weeks and we were gutted not to be taking part.
After a couple of weeks Mark found the Equinox 24 hour relay and 5 or the original team were available and this was booked.
The venue was located at the Belvoir Castle Estate near Grantham and we decided to travel down in 2 VW vans and set up a camp area with tents, gazebo and club flags.
The team consisted of Mark, Andrew, Adam, Derick and Martin. Mark’s son James also came along and helped us with tea making etc..
Prize winners were Peter Wade, Malc Leggett, Julie Cull and Rose James. Peter 1st V60 over the season of 9 races. Malc 2nd V60 over the season. Julie 3rd V60 over the season and Rose 2nd Vet over the season. Looking at the overall results, Pete and Malc were 4th and 5th overall on points, Doncaster AC’s best ever Trunce results?