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Second round bid Thursday 13 May 2010

YAL team Telford

Cardiff's young athletes' league team travels to Rugby on Sunday for the second round match in this year's series. After gaining promotion with ease last year, the team made a solid start in the first round match at Cheltenham on 2nd May, coming second to home based team Cheltenham, with Halesowen third.

New challenge for Matt Saturday 8 May 2010

Matt Elias

Cardiff athlete and Commonwealth medallist Matt Elias has joined Welsh Athletics in a part-time capacity to help support the development of the sport in both clubs and schools. Matt is combining this part-time job with training to achieve his ambition of making a fourth appearance at a Commonwealth Games in a Welsh vest. He also hopes to make the British team for the European Championships, perhaps teaming up with fellow Cardiff member Rhys Williams.

Good start to season Tuesday 27 April 2010

Winter training has paid off as Cardiff has two teams off to strong starts. The National Junior League team, away in Leamington, made a solid start by taking second place, narrowly beaten by Plymouth & Cornwall. In the Under 15 League match, in Cardiff, the club was a runaway winner, amassing a total of 1057 points to win by a huge margin from second placed Hereford (579) with Cwmbran third

Marathon challenge Friday 23 April 2010

Richard Gardiner

This Sunday's Virgin London Marathon features a strong Cardiff trio tackling the world's greatest race and bidding for Commonwealth Games qualifying times. Richie Gardiner (pictured in last year's race) and Nat Lane are both experienced marathon runners and are joined by outstanding young runner Simon Lawson, returning to competition in his debut at the marathon distance. All three will be chasing the Commonwealth Games qualifying standard of 2:19.40, and beyond that the 2:18 mark required for European Championships consideration.

Are you ready? Wednesday 14 April 2010

YAL team Telford

Another track and field season is upon us and, after great team performances last year, the question is – can we do better this year? The first Welsh Senior League is next Sunday, 18th April, the first Welsh Young Athletes’ League and National Junior League matches are the following Sunday, 25th and the first Young Athletes’ League match is on Sunday 2nd May.

Cardiff juniors triumph Sunday 11 April 2010

Welsh Road Relays U17 girls

On a very sunny but windy day at the Llandow race circuit, Cardiff 's athletes dominated the junior age groups in the Welsh road relay championships earlier today. Pride of place goes to the under 13 boys', under 15 boys' and under 17 ladies' teams (pictured) for taking the gold medals.

Baby boy for Debbie Friday 9 April 2010

Debbie Rees

Former club captain Debbie Rees gave birth to a baby boy, Finlay James, on Wednesday, 7th April. Congratulations to Debbie and James.

Golds and silver for Dic Friday 2 April 2010

Dic Evans

Cardiff AAC’s Dic Evans (pictured winning the half marathon) has recently returned from Canada where he took gold and silver medals in the World Masters championships. Representing Great Britain and running in the 60-65 age category, Dic (a youthful 63) took first place in the half marathon, five days after taking silver in the cross country behind Roger Price of the USA.

Cardiff athletes in team Wednesday 24 March 2010

Alex Hains

The Welsh team selected to contest the home countries cross international at Mansfield on Saturday next, March 27th, includes a Cardiff AAC athlete in each age group. Welsh champion and February's athlete of the month Alex Hains (pictured) competes for the senior men, whilst Emily Brown is in the senior women's team and Adam Bitchell and Vicky Jackson make the junior men's and junior women's teams respectively.

Success at Atlantic College Monday 22 March 2010

Richie Gardiner

Cardiff AAC were well represented in the Atlantic College 10k yesterday, Sunday 21 March. The race begins in the college grounds, near to St Donats Castle and, with the weather warm and sunny, it felt like the first race of spring. Marathon man Richie Gardiner won comfortably in 31:10 after pushing on from the chasing group and running much of the race on his own.

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