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10 August 2020
It is with regret that the National Juvenile Championships for U17, U18 & U19 athletes on the 29th/30th August and the Combined Events for U14, U15 U16 & Youth’s on the 12th /13th September at the Morton Stadium have all been cancelled.
06 August 2020
Athletics Northern Ireland is seeking an enthusiastic and forward-thinking Vice-Chair to join its Management Board.
04 August 2020
Friday 31st July marked the first NI & Ulster outdoor Championship to take place in 2020 at the Mary Peters Track, with athletes from across the country competing in the 10,000m event.
03 August 2020
Written by Richard Rodgers
31 July 2020
UK Athletics (UKA) and the four Home Country Athletics Federations; Athletics Northern Ireland, England Athletics, Scottish Athletics and Welsh Athletics have welcomed the publication of the Independent Review of UK Athletics Safeguarding - Executive Summary and Recommendations.
30 July 2020
Athletics NI have seen a record-high entry to the NI & Ulster 10,000m Championships, as a total of 48 athletes take to the Mary Peters Track on Friday 31st July.
28 July 2020
More than 3,500 big-hearted runners and walkers took part in a virtual marathon and raised a magnificent £40k for cash-strapped Cancer Focus Northern Ireland through donations and proceeds from the Event.
27 July 2020
Following the meetings in March 2020 with representatives from various sporting bodies, NI’s Minister for Infrastructure, Nichola Mallon has announced that a survey of the Special Events Legislation is now live. Athletics NI would encourage all clubs and road race or event organisers to complete the survey below, to reflect the impact the Special Events on Roads legislation has had on athletics.
24 July 2020
Ciara Mageean has become the first Irish woman to break the two-minute mark in the 800m event while breaking both the Irish and Northern Irish records in Bern, Switzerland.
24 July 2020
The recent lock down in Northern Ireland may have put a stop to the traditional athletics events and training, but it did not stop the athletics community from putting on their running shoes to support local charities.