Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Isle of Man Athletics Association will be held at the Tower Insurance Education Suite, National Sports Centre, Isle of Man on Tuesday 12 November 2019 at 7.00 p.m. to transact the following ordinary business:
- To receive the Secretarial and Financial reports from the Officers;
- To elect Officers who will be responsible for the local administration of the sport in the ensuing year;
- To elect two Honorary Auditors;
- To conduct other appropriate business.
2 October 2019
Please find below an open invitation to relevant parties who feel that they may be able to contribute to the CGA’s planning for Birmingham 2022.
If you are interested in attending as an athlete or would like to have some input with regards the selection process then please attend.
It is to be held on Thursday 10th October at 6:30 at the Sports Institute.
IOM Athletics is pleased to provide details of the 2019/20 Law Trust IOM Athletics Cross Country League.
There will be two signing on nights before the first race on Wednesday 9th and Friday 11th October in Manx Harriers Club House from 6pm to 8.00pm.
At each race venue signing on will take place between 1pm and the start of the first race at 2pm, however, we encourage all athletes to sign up in advance and take the opportunity of entering the league, all four races, at a knock down rate of £18 for seniors (attached) or £10 for juniors. For unattached senior athletes the cost is £26 rather than the full fee of £28. Make sure you bring your cash or cheque book with you!
Early registration means no queuing on the day of a race (you must look after and remember to bring your number) – just turn up, warm up and be at the start line 5 mins before your race begins so saving you time and energy!!!
Full details of entry charges can be found on the entry form. The league race programme sees four events taking place over the winter with the 13th October being round one at Castle Rushen High School hosted by Manx Harriers. Northern AC host the second event on 3rd November with Manx Harriers again doing likewise at the Nunnery on the 1st December. The last event which is also the Isle of Man Cross Country Championships takes place on 19th January and is hosted by Western AC. As ever, we expect some fantastic competition over the season, on some varied and interesting courses with results, photos and reports appearing in the press and here on the IOM Athletics website and Facebook sites.
Finally IOM Athletics wish to thank Law Trust for their very much appreciated sponsorship of this very popular and competitive series of league events.
Here are the results of the Junior Pentathlon held at the NSC on Saturday 7 September.
Thanks to Di Shimell and the rest of the team.
Isle of Man Athletics is a forward thinking, progressive association that oversees a multiple faceted structure of athletics in the Isle of Man.
We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to join IOM Athletics as the Athletics Development Officer for the Isle of Man. Our plan is to significantly increase the number of people engaged in all aspects of athletics, whatever their background for recreational, performance and wellbeing together with supporting the structure through volunteering, officiating and coaching.
Salary – Based on experience
Hours – 35 per week
Period – Initial 2 year contract
As Development Officer you’ll play a key part in our efforts to deliver our strategy, continuously improve the experience, helping to ensure that activities provided are both enjoyable and safe. You’ll work directly with all of partners, commercial and otherwise to deliver this and raise the overall standards.
The ideal candidate will have a background in sport and a Higher Diploma/Degree level qualification in a sports related area or equivalent, and be passionate about sport. You will require experience in dealing with volunteers/organisations/athletics events in a support capacity.
In addition, excellent written and verbal communication/presentation skills are required with a strong working knowledge of Excel, Word and Email. The ability to work on your own initiative and as part of a team. Time management skills are essential. A level 2 UKA coaching licence or working towards this within an agreed timescale.
Here is the full job description.
If this role is of interest to you please send your CV with a covering letter to Cathy Dawson, Secretary, Isle of Man Athletics by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org .
Closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 13 September, with interviews being held soon after.