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UK Athletics Strategy 2013-17 (2014)

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on 17 July 2014

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Transcript of UK Athletics Strategy 2013-17 (2014)

A total of 97 European or Global medals
were won by British Athletes in 2013.
The Olympic programme won 6 medals (including 3 Gold) in Moscow
The Paralympic Programme won 29 medals
(11 Gold) in Lyon
Our European Junior Track & Field Team
won 19/20 medals and topped
the medal table - our best ever result
At the European Cross Country
championships we were the No 1 nation
for the fifth consecutive year –
every team member won a medal.
2014 IAAF World Indoors
6 medals and a 4th place finish
on the medal table.
One of our best ever results.
2013 was the first full year of British Athletics’ staging and promoting its own events
Increase in live attendance and TV audiences
We delivered the world’s leading meetings at the Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix and the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games
The Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games
alone were an award winning feat
Highest tv audiences
during broadcast
record level audience appreciation
of attendees would recommend it to others
A record 250,000 spectators across six major televised events
The first ever para-athletics only televised event
A sell-out across the entire series
Now more than
technical officials
registered by
British Athletics
1000+ volunteers recruited to help
run our events in the last year
An additional 4500 disabled people partaking in our sport
Runbritain now licenses over
2000 races every year
ten percent increase
and the highest number ever
Planning underway for London 2017
Managing Director Sally Bolton appointed
First time a single city will stage both the IAAF & IPC World Championships
A successful record of bidding for major international events ensuring optimum delivery and experience to fulfil our ambition in 2017
Swansea 2014, IPC European Athletics Championships

Conwy 2015, World Mountain Running Championships

Cardiff 2016, World Half Marathon Championships

London 2017, IPC Athletics World Championships

Birmingham 2018, IAAF World Indoor Championships
..and more to come
Excellence remains at
the core of our
delivery standards
We achieved the intermediate level in the Equality Standard for sport
We signed up to the UK Government’s Sports Charter to tackle Homophobia and Transphobia
We created a body to promote women’s leadership in athletics officiating, media, best practice and management globally
We continue to lead the way in disability sport by hosting two major championships in the next three years
We hosted the inaugural World Final of the IPC Athletics Grand Prix
We have talent-identified a further 200 new Para-athletes
our most ever
16 of our officials appointed to international duty in the last year...
...our most ever
First ever appointment of female British Athletics official to the IAAF position of ‘International Technical Official’
In anti-doping we performed more athlete tests, both in and out of competition, than any previous calendar year
ensuring no British athletes tested positive in 2013
We run an anti-doping education programme that plays a significant part in
UK Athletics is fortunate to have the ongoing partnerships that enable us to achieve our goals.
Those supporters, from both the public and commercial sector are essential in helping us run the UK’s most successful Olympic and Paralympic sport.
Together we are
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