The AAA and WAAA Indoor Championships have usually been held together, with the meeting usually billed as the National Indoor Championships. WAAA medals were awarded until 1991 and AAA medals were awarded until 2006. From 2007 the event has had a number of different names and sponsors.
Track events were over imperial distances until 1967, with metric distances from 1968 onwards, when RAF Cosford received a new 200m track.
Similarly, field event marks and heights were recorded in imperial measurements until 1967, with metres used from 1968. In the lists that follow imperial measurements have been converted to metric according to Bob Sparks's rules and the conversion tables derived from those rules. For the high jump, imperial heights have been converted to the nearest millimetre. For the pole vault the Sparks table for ¼-inch measurements has been used.
Contributors: Ian Tempest, Peter Matthews, Martin Rix, Stuart Mazdon.
Championship Records can be tracked from the results, though some records set in heats may not be identified unless they are UK indoor records. Other records are also annotated: NIR - UK National Indoor Record; WIB/R - World Indoor Best/Record (ratified from 1987); EIB/R - European Indoor Best/Record (also ratified from 1987).
Dates and venues of Championships Outdoor Championships
Complete results of the Indoor National Championships since 2007 may be found on the UK:A web-site, via these links: