Posts Tagged ‘Off Track & Running’

“Run like someone’s watching” and 4 more ways runners can learn from race walking

Wednesday, March 27th, 2019

In my articles for #WalkingWednesday I talk about race walking and its unique charm. I would love to think that I might have encouraged some of you to give it a go but I know I won’t have convinced everyone. However, you can still learn a lot from race walking that will help to improve your running.


Race walking – What every athlete and athletics fan needs to know…

Wednesday, March 13th, 2019

One of the best things about athletics is the wide variety of ways in which people can push themselves to their limits. Some of these are pretty obvious – such as the 100m where the goal is: “run fast”. Race walking is probably the least straightforward discipline in athletics, being widely misunderstood, commonly dismissed and sometimes altogether unknown. However, it has a charm and a challenge that will resonate with any athletics fan.


Off Track & Running to Success

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

On Track Athletics ran the first ever ‘Off Track & Running’ cross country coaching course for young people aged 8 upwards. 25 Young People from across East Kent took part in two morning sessions that included pacing activities, team training, high sprinting and a mini cross country race around the stunning grounds of Godinton House Estate.

The sessions where supported by Ashford Athletic Club and the Kent Athletics Network.

For more information on Godinton House & Gardens please visit there website

Off Track & Running – Cross Country Coaching Sessions

Friday, September 10th, 2010

On Track Athletics in partnership with Godinton House, Ashford Athletic Club and the Kent Athletics Network are running two 2 hour coaching sessions during the October Half Term to promote cross country running in Ashford.


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