UKA have released some FAQs to clarify aspects of the rule changes that were introduced in April. One that will interest many is that they say that bone conduction-type headphones are exempt from the ban on headphones operating in races run on roads open to traffic.
Apologies about the late notice regarding the cancellation of the second Quadkids match, however for safety reasons with lightning hitting the stadium along with a flooded track and impossible to rake long jump pits, and also on the strong advice of Saffron Lane staff it was the only decision available. I will be looking at trying to find a suitable date to reschedule to.
Coach and athlete development are key priorities for the network, as is bringing clubs together to share ideas. Tuesday’s Oregon Circuit, hosted by Huncote Harriers, was a success on all these fronts. About 60 athletes and coaches from network clubs attended the session, which was led by Nicki Nealon.
After one of John Skevington’s famous dynamic warm ups, athletes were taken through some drills (including some of those featured on our drills page) by Nicki, before getting stuck into the circuit proper (where they were supported by coaches from four different clubs). By the end, there were some tired bodies but everyone seemed to have enjoyed the session and left with lots of good ideas to take back to their clubs.
Version 2 of results for the Swithland 6, courtesy of Birstall Running Club. All queries to them, please.
Want to add power to your running? In his latest article, Network Coordinator and UKA Level 3 Performance Coach, John Skevington, explains how speed and power need to be added to our staple diet of endurance to develop us as athletes; Power Development.
If reading this has got you thinking, you can find more articles and presentations on the Coaches Club page.
The West End 8, the first race in the 2016 LRRL Summer League took place on Sunday 15th May. Final results.
The 2016 Quadkids season got off to a great start; a record 235 young athletes, representing 10 different clubs, enjoyed an fun evening of athletics. Results v3.
A big thank you to all of the volunteers who made the event possible.
Every Marathon runner faces this question after the big day; what next? However it went, disaster, delight or somewhere in between, what comes next can have a big effect on your running; in our latest ‘coaches club’ article’ UKA Level 3 Performance Coach and experienced Marathoner, John Skevington, guides you through the issues. After the Marathon.