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10 February 2020

Welsh Junior ID Championships

This years Welsh ID Championships 1/2nd February, was an outstanding success for Cardiff Athletics athletes, winning a huge amount of medals across age groups and athletic disciplines. Photo shows first 3 in U20W 60m final. Emmanuella Kone Gold. Issie Tustin Silver. Sadie Graham-Mulvaney Bronze. Due to an initative by Lorrainne Graham-Mulvaney, Lorraine asked Colin Jackson (who attended Day2 of the Championship, with TV cameras, upon his main task that day), if he would present the medals to the 3 Cardiff girls. As you can see he obliged. Something that all the girls, and their parents will remember. Many people agreed WJC was an enjoyable experience for athletes, and their support groups. Listed below are Cardiff Athletics medalists.

Sam Gordon

Last Saturday the Welsh Senior and selected Juniors Championships took place at NIAC. Cardiff Athletics athletes won 6 Gold,6 Silver and 8 Bronze individual medas. In selected Junior events Cardiff athletes won 1 silver, 2 Bronze individual medals, with Junior Relay teams winning Gold, Bronze in U15B Relay race, our U15G Relay team won Silver medals.

There were many fine individual performances at NIAC with top of the list Sam Gordon's winning 60m in 6.69 a CBP. Sam was followed home by Jeremiah Azu 2nd (U20) in 6.81, and Dewi Hammond 3rd also in 6.81. A clean sweep for Cardiff's sprinters.          

23 January 2020

On 5th Janury Day 2 of the Welsh Junior Open took place at NIAC. Leckwith track only opened on 2nd January after their normal festive break, so little time to prepare unless athletes trained at NIAC.

First events on track were 1500m for U17M and U17W. Lloyd Jones won Gold for SWA. Gwenno Goode 14yrs, won a good tactical U17W race. 

Gabby Dickinson U17W won the most individual medals, winning 3 events 60mH, LJ, and 60m. The event includes SWA. EWA. and WWA Regions, and athletes from West Country.

Picture. U17M 800m all SWA. Ben Farrell 1st, Lloyd Jones 2nd, Charlie Hurdman 3rd. All train in same group of five males, and  Gwenno Goode. They train hard, have fun, and all get along well. 

Cardiff athletes, other results are below.      


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