From playground
to podium.

Sports England supported charity on a mission to develop Olympic and Paralympic athletes. 

Our mission.

Gmax Trackstars is a socially progressive Athletics Academy, designed to help “inspire social change in sport and begin to transform our communities and the globe to make it a better place for our young people to live in.

We want to create a direct route for young people to acquiring the fundamentals of athletics excellence, sportsmanship and teamwork by creating an inspiring mix of Social and Athletic opportunities and an inclusive learning-friendly environments (ILFE)* inline with the UK and international Athletics Development programme.

*An inclusive, learning-friendly environment (ILFE) welcomes, nurtures, and educates all young people regardless of their gender, physical, intellectual, social economic, emotional, linguistic, or other characteristics. They may be disabled and gifted children; street or working children; children of remote or nomadic peoples; children from linguistic, ethnic or cultural minorities; children affected by HIV/AIDS; or children from other disadvantaged or marginalized areas or groups.


“I'm focused on what I want to do. I know what I need to be a champion so I'm working on it.”

— Usain Bolt

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We've been nominated.

Mark Lancaster, founder and chairman of GMax Trackstars our England Athletics Volunteer Awards 2018. 

The local judging panel is meeting soon to make the decisions and the winners will be announced at the London Awards night on 10/01/2018 to be held at Crowne Plaza London Kensington.

We're wishing Mark the best of luck!

England Athletics