Typhoo National Junior Athletics Championships 2017 programme

On the 1 and 2 July, more than 200 junior disabled athletes from across the UK will compete in the Typhoo National Junior Athletics Championships. Typhoo is delighted to support the event, organised by the national charity, the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS). Full Track and Field programme now available to download. 

Boy running with Typhoo branding on the track

It is the third year that Typhoo is adding an extra ‘OO’ to the National Junior Athletics Championships. The support has enabled 1400 disabled athletes this year to take part in this athletics programme across England. Following eight regional qualifiers, the National Championships will take place at Warwick Athletics Stadium in Coventry where spectators will be able to spot future stars.

Aiming to increase the number of disabled people in sport, the event supports athletes from all over the country to compete in a series of track and field events. The Saturday programme begins at 10am until 3.30pm, while on Sunday events will start at 9.30am and finish around 12.30pm.

The full track and field programme means athletes with a wide range of impairments can take part - something, which many events do not regularly offer.

Download Track Programme 2017

Download Field programme 2017

Please note: programmes are subject to change.

Keep up-to-date with all the action from the Championships this weekend, join the conversation on social media with the event hashtag #SportsForAll.

All event and programme enquiries should be directed to Jannine Walker, EFDS National Events Manager, email Jannine or 07725 273 158.