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Lugano Trophy - Lugano, Italy Sunday 18 March 2018

Cardiff's Bethan Davies in finishing 3rd in 20km walk in Lugano, broke her personal best time by 1min 11 seconds. Bethan’s walk of 1hr 31.53secs is Number 2 on the UK All time list, for Womens 20km walk. 


Bethan will go next month to Commonwealth Games in Australia with a realistic chance of winning a medal in 20km Walk. The Commonwealth Games athletic events, start than less than a months time. Bethan's walk result will give her a huge boost in confidence, going into 20km walk in Australia.   

UK CAU Inter Counties XC Saturday 17 March 2018

This years event was again held at Loughborough. Day was dry, but ground soaked from thawing snow, with pools of water around course. The event also incorporated the conclusion of the XChallenge xc series of five races, with best three race results counting towards prizes. Majority of runners in races represented their County teams, seeking individual medals, or team medals.


Cardiff's runners had some excellent results. James Hunt 6th in senior men, against top class UK senior men opposition.            

Jake Heyward 3rd in U20M was an excellent result, after running 3.43.35 (i) 1500m, showing his racing talent on and off track. Jake also won XChallenge overall U20 title. First in Cardiff last October, fourth on another muddy course at Liverpool last November, to add to his third place at Loughborough.

Abigail Fisher had another excellent result 15th U17W just three days following her win at Brecon. Surely with more rest days, her position in race would have surely led to a higher position in race. 

European U23 Throwing Cup - Portugal Saturday 10 March 2018

Sarah Omoregie

Sarah Omoregie (U20W) took part in the European U23 Throwing Cup, held in Leiria, Portugal. Sarah's last throw was a huge pb of 15.09m (previous pb 14.12m in 2017). placing her 7th in the competition. Sarah's throw leads 2018 UK U20 Shot Putt ranking list.

GB vest for Charlotte Friday 9 March 2018

Charlotte Arter 2016

Cardiff's Charlotte Arter has been named in a full team of 10 set to represent British Athletics at the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships in Valencia Spain, on Saturday 24th March 2018.

Charlotte (Cardiff AAC) coached by Chris Jones ran a PB of 71.31 for 3rd place (Bronze medal) in last Sunday's Big Half Marathon to seal her place in GB team.

Welsh Schools XC Championships 2018 Wednesday 7 March 2018

Gwent League 2015

Despite the beast from the East, a thaw a few days before race date meant the event could go ahead. Weather was dry and cold Due to thaw, ground was heavy going for runners, on what is a hilly tough course at Brecon. 

The school races besides first 3 runners gaining individual medals, there were opportunities for runners finishing in first 8 places in Senior and Middle age groups. Selection for Welsh school teams, takes place following each Senior and Middle races.               Schools international SIAB xc races, takes place in Nottingham on 24th March.

Cardiff's James Vincent won the Senior Boys title. and

               Abigail Fisher won the Senior Girls title.

Stadium open again Monday 5 March 2018


Cardiff International Sports Campus is open again and back to normal.

Hope you all enjoyed the snow.

STADIUM CLOSED Friday 2 March 2018


Because of the weather warnings, Cardiff International Sports Campus is closed.

The Gwent Cross Country League in Bristol on Saturday and the Welsh Indoor International in Cardiff on Sunday have both been cancelled.

Indoor gold for Sarah Tuesday 27 February 2018

Sarah Omoregie

Whilst the cross country runners were enduring the cold, other Cardiff athletes were competing indoors at the national junior age group championships held in Sheffield over the weekend.

Pride of place went to Sarah Omoregie with her gold medal in the under 20 women's shot put while Emmanuella Kone, Jacob Reynolds and Jeremiah Azu all won silver.

BIg win for James Sunday 25 February 2018

James Hunt 2018

A cold but glorious day with a clear blue sky and a light breeze provided perfect conditions for the Welsh cross country championships at Singleton Park, Swansea, yesterday.

And Cardiff's James Hunt took full advantage of the conditions to race to a convincing win in the senior men's race and claim his first senior championship title. Along with Dan Nash, who took the bronze medal, James was in the leading group from the gun and, when pre-race favourite Dewi Griffiths was forced to drop out, took control of the race and was never headed.

GB vest for Owen Wednesday 21 February 2018

Own Smith

Cardiff's Owen Smith, enjoying a run of fine form, has been selected to represent Great Britain in the 4x400m relay at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham from the 2nd to 4th March.

Ranked second in the UK with the 47.03 he clocked in Vienna on 18th February, Owen should be in the final line-up for the 4x400m that is scheduled as the traditional finale to the championships.

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