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Official home of the British Olympic Association.
As the national governing body for athletics, UK Athletics oversees the development and management of the nation’s favourite Olympic and Paralympic sport, from grassroots right through to podium. Since its inception in 1999, UK Athletics has developed to become the most successful and robust athletics governing body in the world.
BBC Sport – Athletics
World and UK athletics news and features from the BBC.
– Homepage of England Athletics, the governing body for Athletics in England. Working to support athletics clubs, running clubs, coaches, officials and to provide competition opportunities for young athletes through to senior level national championships.
Northern Athletics – Providing competition in the North.
Humber Runner is a leading supplier of running and fitness footwear, clothing and equipment. We stock products from all the major suppliers and are an approved Asics “Running Expert” store and an authorised Mizuno Internet Partner.
International Olympic Committee
Official website of the Olympic Movement.
Official site of London Olympics 2012.
Official site of Beijing Olympics 2008.
International Paralympic Committee
Official website of the Paralympic Movement.
British Paralympic Association
As the National Paralympic Committee (NPC) for Great Britain, it is our responsibility to select, prepare, enter, fund and manage the Great Britain and Northern Ireland team at the Paralympic Games. This team is known as ParalympicsGB.
European Olympic Committees
The European Olympic Committees.
World Olympians Association
The World Olympians Association (WOA) is an association of former olympic athletes (“Olympians”) from all over the world, to promote the dissemination of Olympic ideals and fair play, advance environmental protection, educate against doping and drug use, supply educational resources, work against violence and intolerance, support diversity and equality, contribute to sport-related charities, host special hospitality centers, involve Olympians in social support, display positive role models, advance sport management and promote a culture of which sport is an important part.
Athletes are the heart of Special Olympics. Our athletes are children and adults with intellectual disabilities from all around the world. They are finding success, joy and friendship as part of our global community. They’re also having lots of fun!
OTHER SPORTS BODIES
World Anti-Doping Agency
The World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) mission is to lead a collaborative worldwide campaign for doping-free sport.
UK Sport is responsible for investing around £100 million of public funds each year – from both the National Lottery and the Exchequer – in high performance sport.
Northern Irish Institute of Sport
Sports Institute Northern Ireland (SINI) was set up in 2002 as the catalyst for establishing the high performance sporting system in Northern Ireland. SINI is designed to provide high level support to Northern Ireland’s top athletes and coaches across a range of Olympic and Paralympic sports along with a select number of non Olympic sports including Golf, Rugby, Soccer, Cricket, GAA and Motor Sports. SINI is a partnership between Sport Northern Ireland and the University of Ulster and is based on the Jordanstown campus of the University of Ulster.
English Institute of Sport
At the EIS we think of ourselves as the team behind the team, delivering a range of performance impacting sport science and sport medicine services to Olympic and Paralympic sports along with a select number of non-Olympic sports including Premier League Football, Premiership Rugby Union, Rugby League and Cricket.
Scottish Institute of Sport
At the sportscotland institute of sport our clear focus is on preparing Scotland’s best athletes to perform on the world stage.
Central Council for Physical Recreation (CCPR)
Our members are the governing bodies of sport and recreation. Their job is to run their sport or activity, promote participation and set the rules and conditions under which it takes place. Our job is to make that job as easy as possible. We represent their views to people who make decisions; we promote the interests of sport and recreation so that as many people as possible know about their work; we campaign on issues affecting our members.
British Universities & Colleges Sports (BUCS)
British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) is the national governing body for Higher Education (HE) sport in the UK, a membership organisation, and a company limited by guarantee with charitable status, and our vision is simple – To enhance the student experience through sport, and to support and promote the lifestyle and educational benefits to communities and individuals of taking part in sport, and to provide outstanding opportunities to all students to engage in sport and related activity in higher education
British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES)
BASES stands for the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences. BASES is the professional body for sport and exercise sciences in the UK. Promoting excellence in sport and exercise sciences.