Covering West & East Midlands & the South West

  Contacts:  Email    


Administration:      

Val Day:                                              administration@mcaa.org.uk


Track and Field:     

                                   trackandfield@mcaa.org.uk


Finance:                 

Val Day:                                              finance@mcaa.org.uk    


Road & Cross Country:

Ian Clarke:                                         roadandxc@mcaa.org.uk

 


MIDLAND COUNTIES ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

 ALEXANDER STADIUM
 WALSALL ROAD
 PERRY BARR
 BIRMINGHAM
 B42 2LR
 

PHONE: 0121 344 4201

 

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 Robert Ashwood Memorial Fund


The Robert Ashwood Memorial Fund (RAMF) was setup after the death of Robert (Bob) Ashwood in August 2013 to continue Bob’s prolific work in supporting and developing British Junior and U23 Middle and Long Distance Athletes.


Robert Ashwood Memorial Fund application form:


Information History of the Fund:

Click Here Robert Ashwood Memorial Fund Information.pdf

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 AGM of the Midland Women's Cross Country League

 info.mwxcl@gmail.com 


Report from Noel Butler on MWXCL/BCCL:


Mary J Hodges

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The World Marathon Challenge (and World 5000m challenge

for primary school age groups


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5000m Challenge Organiser Guide


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Loss of one of our greatest legends

Midland Counties are sad to hear of the death of Diane Leather (7 January 1933 – 6 September 2018) who became the first woman to run a mile in less than 5 minutes. Representing Birchfield Harriers, Leather broke the 5-minute barrier with a time of 4 minutes and 59.6 seconds, during the Midlands Women’s AAA Championships at Birmingham’s Alexander Sports Ground on 29 May 1954, 23 days after Roger Bannister became the first man to run a sub 4-minute mile in Oxford. Earlier at that meeting she lowered the British record for 880yds to 2 mins 14.1secs.

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