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No javelin training tonight Thursday 19 January 2017

Alyson Hourihan will not be at the stadium tonight as she is unwell.

She expects to be there next Monday as normal.

Indoor pbs for David Monday 16 January 2017

David Omoregie 2014

David Omoregie's two personal bests were amongst the highlights at yesterday's Cardiff Met indoor GP. After beating GB international Dwain Chambers in his heat of the open 60m in a personal best time of 6.71secs., David was just beaten by Dwain in the final. In the 60m hurdles, he was an easy winner, also in a personal best time of 7.66s.

Other good performances came from Curtis Mathews (a near pb long jump win with 6.90m), Alex Coomber (showing a welcome return to good form with a 800m win in 1:51.87), Lauren Evans (wins in the high jump and long jump) and Megan Hodgson (close to her pb in the pole vault).

2017 off to a good start Monday 9 January 2017

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Many Cardiff AAC athletes took part in the regional indoor championships for under 13/15/17 at the NIAC yesterday and were rewarded with medals of all colours.

Clean sweeps of all the medals (gold, silver and bronze) were won in the under 15 boys' 60m hurdles and long jump, the under 15 girls' 60m, the under 17 men's 60m and the under 17 women's pole vault.

Best of the British Saturday 7 January 2017

Charlotte Arter 2018

Fresh from her record breaking victory in the Nos Galan on new year's eve, Charlotte Arter was the best British athlete in the international women's race in the Great Edinburgh Cross Country today.

After a steady start, Charlotte worked her way through the field to finish an excellent seventh in a high class international race, the first of the British team to finish and ahead of seasoned GB internationals including Steph Twell. The GB team finished in third place, on equal points with the USA, behind the winning Europe team.

Entry Deadlines Thursday 5 January 2017

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A new year has started and a new series of championships is ahead, so this is a reminder not to miss the entry deadlines.

The Welsh Athletics senior indoor championships (including some junior events) take place in Cardiff on 28th January and entries close at 5pm on 9th January (next Monday).

The junior championships will be run over two days on 11th and 12th February and entries close on 26th January.

Nos Galan records Tuesday 3 January 2017

Nos Galan 2016

With perfect conditions for racing (mild and dry with no wind) New Year's Eve in Mountain Ash was the destination of choice for scores of Cardiff athletes.

Leading the pack were Charlotte Arter and Ieuan Thomas who both broke the course records in the elite senior races, Charlotte smashing her own record by eight seconds to win and Ieuan also improving the old time, in second place, a mere two seconds behind the winner.

A Happy Christmas Thursday 22 December 2016

Cardiff Amateur Athletic Club wishes all our members and friends a very happy Christmas and a successful 2017.

2016 has been a very successful year and 2017 can be even better.

The final club night of 2016 is tonight and normal club nights will resume on Monday, 9th January.

Would you like to help us next year? If so, read on.

High jumpers on TV Monday 19 December 2016

A group of Cardiff high jumpers will be performing on the TV channel MADE IN CARDIFF on 23rd December at 7.30pm so try to tune in and watch.

Led by Steve Bailey and AJ, Shani Evans, Catrin Jones, Moli Beynon, Emily Steer, Bethan Cushion , Cameron Pamment, Isobel Owen, Gabby Dickinson and Ben Hillman will be acting out the Lords a Leaping verse of "The Twelve Days of Christmas" christmas carol.

Should be fun.

The sequence can be found in the following link https://www.madeincardiff.tv/player/?playercat=94631&v=2.

Golden Mark Gold Friday 16 December 2016

Indoor Rowing

There is more to Mark Gold than meets the eye. On Saturday last, 10th December, he caught the 6am train to London to compete in the British indoor rowing championships, held in the velodrome at the Olympic Park.

So how did he get on? He only won the gold medal in his category, rowing the final, over 1,000m, in 3:25.7, more than 18 seconds ahead of the silver medallist.

Next stop the world Friday 16 December 2016

Ceri Jones 2016

Cardiff's Ceri Jones is still only 17 but has already amassed an impressive array of qualifications and experience.

An all-round athlete, coach, event organiser and official, she has just been selected to officiate at next year's world athletics and para-athletic championships in London.

Ceri will be part of the photo-finish team at the para-championships and will be working in the call room at the IAAF world championships.

Congratulations to Ceri.


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