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25th January: Certificates are now available for those athletes who took part in the Virtual Championships. Emails have been sent to the addresses given when you made your entry, please check your spam box because some providers can incorrectly treat our mail as spam.
Once you've got your email, go to the Track & Field page, click Certificates and follow the instructions there to download your certificate as a PDF file.
14th July: Results from the Virtual Championships are now available, click the Track & Field picture box.
Some results appear to have been achieved outside of the competition week 5th to 11th July so they are listed separately together with a few results of events which were submitted but which aren't included in the Chmmpionships for the relevant age group.
12th July: Due to continued uncertainty relating to coronavirus restrictions the Combined Events and Race Walk Finals due to take place in September have now been cancelled.
The 2021 XC championships will be held on 13th March, not 20th March as previously advertised in the programme at Liverpool this year. The venue is now confirmed as Hop Farm in Kent.
17th May: Due to the current situation, the closing date for entries for this year's Cross Country Cup has been extended to 25th September, and the first rounds will need to be completed by the end of October. The Regional Finals are now scheduled for 14th November and the Cup Final on 5th December.
The online entry form is now open - we've spent a lot of time making significant software changes
so that schools can transfer the payments they made for the Track & Field Cup to pay for entries to this
year's Cross Country Cup.
Click the Cross Country Cup picture box for all the details.
28th March: The ESAA Honorary Secretary, Chris Cohen, has issued the following statement: "I am sure you have been anticipating this news for some days now, but the ESAA has taken the very difficult decision to cancel the Track & Field Championships this year."
He has published a new document explaining the reasons why this has been necessary, and the the implications for International events. He also updates the current situation relating to the Combined Events Championships in September.
You can read his full statement here as a PDF document, and also in Word DOC format.
His update last week is below:
22nd March: The ESAA Honorary Secretary, Chris Cohen, has published a document outlining the ESAA's
position relating to the coronavirus situation as it currently affects us.
As at 22nd March we have had to make the decision to cancel this year's Track & Field Cup, this document explains
our current planning situation relating to other competitions.
This is published here as a PDF document, and also in Word DOC format.