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Cardiff cleans up Thursday 13 October 2016

WA Awards dinner 2016\WA Awards Dinner 2016

At the Welsh Athletics awards dinner, held at the Hilton Hotel in Cardiff last Saturday, 8th October, the lion’s share of awards went to Cardiff AAC, for both team and individual achievements.

Justifying its claim to be Wales’ premier club, Cardiff AAC was crowned Welsh Athletics’ overall club of the year, junior club of the year and endurance club of the year.

Rhys Williams was Athlete of the year, Jake Heyward junior athlete of the year, Bethan Davies female endurance athlete of the year and Ciaran Lewis junior endurance athlete of the year.

Presentation Evening 2016 Tuesday 11 October 2016

The 2016 Cardiff AAC Annual Presentation of Awards Evening will be held on Saturday 22 October starting at 7.00pm. We shall again be the Cardiff City Stadium (entrance off Leckwith Road), which was so successful as a venue last year and where there is plenty of parking space.
Come along to this popular annual event and meet Cardiff's international athletes who will be helping with the presentations.

Kings of the road Sunday 9 October 2016

Six Stage relay 2016 gold

Cardiff's senior men clinched the title "kings of the roads" by winning the national six stage road relay in Birmingham's Sutton Park yesterday. After a ding-dong battle with Swansea over the latter stages, Tom Marshall outran former Cardiff member Jonathan Hopkins to bring the Cardiff team home to a magnificent victory. To underline Cardiff's superiority, the Men's B team was the first B team to finish, in 19th place and, to complete a perfect day for Cardiff, the senior ladies' team was also in the medals, taking the bronze.

The photograph of the winning team was kindly provided by Mark Shearman.

Bernie's bid for the board Thursday 6 October 2016

Bernard Plain

Cardiff AAC chairman Bernie Plain has put his name forward for a position on the board of directors of Welsh Athletics.

The election will take place at Welsh Athletics' AGM in Llandrindod Wells on 29th October and Bernie is seeking the support of all Welsh clubs as he believes that it is important that the board includes members who have practical experience of the challenges of managing clubs on a day to day basis.

Easy win for Jacob Sunday 2 October 2016

Jacob Reynolds 2016

Cardiff's Jacob Reynolds was a comfortable winner of the under 13 boys' Welsh road mile championship held yesterday in Cardiff's Civic Centre. Leading from the gun, Jacob finished some 100m ahead of the field to collect the gold medal.

The senior men's championship was won by Tom Marshall and Kath Marshall made it a family double by winning the senior ladies' race. Cardiff's other gold medal winner was Nia Clatworthy in the under 15 girls' championship.

James Thie in AW Saturday 24 September 2016

James Thie AW 2016

Former Cardiff AAC club captain, and now successful coach, James Thie was featured in this weekend's edition of Athletics Weekly in a two page spread.


A former successful athlete himself (he was fourth in the 2004 world indoor championships over 1500m), James has built an enviable reputation as a coach with a group of talented athletes that include numerous Cardiff AAC members. Steve Morris represented great Britain in the recent Rio Paralympic Games and was sixth in the T20 1500m. 

Medals for Ciaran and Jess Thursday 22 September 2016

Ciaran Lewis and Jessica Wadey 2016

Cardiff's Ciaran Lewis and Jessica Wadey both returned with medals from the British and Irish Mountain Running Championships, held in the Lake District last Saturday, 17th September.

Ciaran is an experienced mountain runner and took the individual silver medal in the under 20 men's race, leading the Welsh team to the bronze medal.

Jessica was making her Welsh mountain running debut and was part of the Wales bronze medal winning under 17 team, finishing in 15th in the individual race.

Busy weekend for Rachel Tuesday 20 September 2016

Rachel Matthews 2016

Cardiff's Rachel Matthews returned from the British Masters championships, held at Birmingham's Alexander Stadium on Saturday and Sunday last, with silver and bronze medals as well as a fourth placing.

On Saturday, Rachel took third place in the W40 category 400m and fourth in the 1500m. She returned on Sunday to take 2nd place in the W40 800m in a season's best 2:27.48.

Also competing in a Cardiff vest was Phil Rees who was the bronze medallist in the M75 discus.

Gold again for Aled Tuesday 13 September 2016

Aled Davies

Cardiff's Aled Davies struck gold again by winning the F42 shot put at the Paralympic Games in Rio yesterday; to add to the gold medal in the discus and the bronze in the shot put that he won at the London games four years ago.

Aled's winning distance of 15.97m was a little short of his own world record but was better than every one of his rivals' attempts. The silver went to Iran and the bronze to South Africa. 

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