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There are 19 Athletics & Road Running Clubs affiliated to the OxonAA.
These clubs cater for all ages and standards. The main disciplines are:

  • Track and Field
  • Road Running
  • Cross Country

The OxonAA organises County Championships and selects county teams for national, regional,
inter-county championships and events.

County Road Relays

The 2014 County Road Relays take place at the Abingdon Rugby Football Club
on Lambrick Road, Abingdon, OX14 5TJ.  The  courses are the same as 2013
save that the start/finish/changeover position has been relocated slightly,
to enable a straight sprint finish.  Access to the Rugby Club  is available
from 12.30 only.   The U13s/U15s relays begin at 14.00, with Seniors
following at 2.30 (men) and 2.35 (ladies).

2014 Oxfordshire Track & Field Championships to be held jointly with Buckinghamshire

To be held jointly with Buckinghamshire under UKA Rules Saturday 24th & 25th May 2014.
Please return form to:
John Sear, Oxon AA, 6 Whites Forge, Appleton, Abingdon, OX13 5LG
Closing date for entries:  Wednesday 7 May.  NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED!
Please see attached for entry details.
 

OAA County Cross-Country Championships

Following their postponement on January 5th, there are now being held on Sunday 2nd March at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratories, Harwell in conjunction with the fifth round of the Oxford Mail Cross Country League. The time table will be as for the League Races - but there will be a change in the awarding of prizes for the County Prize Winners. It is planned to award medals WHERE POSSIBLE to the first three runners in the various races IMMEDIATELY after the races.

Oxfordshire Cross Country Championships 5th January 2014

(Combined with Oxford Mail League Cross Country January Meeting)
Fir Tree Farm & Falconery Campsite OX17 1JL

Please find attached entry details for the 2014 Championships.
CLOSING DATE for entries Friday 20th December 2013

Headington 5 mile Road Race

Headington 5 mile Road Race in Marston, Oxford on Sunday 1st September.
The race will raise money for a very worthwhile charity- sports centre for able and disabled people- Oxsrad.
The course is fast, flat, chip timing. Mug and very good goody bag to all finishers.

Athletics course school holidays

We have been asked to run another athletics course during the school holidays, so here is the proposal.Athletics Course at Horspath starting Tuesday 27th August until Friday 30th August. Start 10,00am to 12.00pm. Cost £20,00 per child (Ages 8 to 14). Cheques payable to Oxford City A C. can be given on the day.
We need to know by Friday 23rd that people are coming. The course will go ahead if we get a minimum of 10 athletes. Please contact Allen Souch:-
allen.souch@btinternet.com

Officials level 2 field course. Course now FULL

The Oxfordshire Athletics Network is running a Level 2 Field course on Friday 16 August 2013, at Horspath Road, between 6 pm and 10 pm.  The course will comprise the Generic and Field modules only, due to time constraints.

Candidates will still need to attend a Health & Safety course and it is planned to arrange this at the earliest opportunity on a separate evening (H&S course takes 1.5 hours).
 
The course code for the L2 course is SO/0307FD.  The cost of the course will be £20 (an additional £10 will be payable for any subsequent H&S course).

Startrack Athletics in the School holidays

helping to develop your skills

Startrack is a superb programme that helps teachers, coaches and sports leaders to provide year-round coaching and training opportunities after school, during holiday periods and at weekends.

The scheme is UKA's flagship grassroots athletics programme, aiming to give 8 to 15 year olds real athletics experiences and help them to develop skills.

Led by qualified coaches across the UK

Oxon trio in gold strike

Three Oxfordshire athletes struck gold in the English Schools' Track & Field Championships at Birmingham’s Alexander Stadium.
Emma O’Hara, 18, from Larkmead School, Abingdon, won the senior girls’ hammer with a throw of 55.40m.
Christian von Eitzen, 16, of European School, Culham, was first home in the inter-mediate boys’ 800m in 1min 53.37secs.
And Headington School’s Simi Fajemisin, 15, struck gold in the intermediate girls’ long jump with a leap of 5.91m.
 

Woodcock's double helps Oxfordshire to home win

Radley’s Kathryn Woodcock went sixth in the UK under 17 discus rankings as she helped Team Oxfordshire to victory at Tilsley Park.

Woodcock, 16, threw a personal best of 40.95m in the Midland Premier 2 third round meeting and added victory in the under 17 girls’ hammer (30.20) for good measure.

Her double was matched by clubmate Emma O’Hara in the under 20 ladies’ competition.

O’Hara, who is ranked second in the UK, for the hammer threw 53.84 for victory in that event and took the discus spoils in 37.38.

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