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British Athletics' Club of the Year 2013


Record Turnout for League Monday 10 November 2014

Jon Hopkins 2014

In perfect weather conditions and over a brand new course at Llandaff Fields, more than 100 Cardiff AAC athletes took part in the second round of this season's Gwent Cross Country League yesterday, 9th November.

Cardiff's runners excelled with individual winners Jon Hopkins (senior men) and Kate Seary (under 20 women) dominating their races and many others contributing to team successes.

Muti event medals Tuesday 4 November 2014

Thomas Britt and Graham Webb

The combined Welsh Schools and Welsh Athletics multi event championships were held at the NIAC, Cardiff, on Sunday last 2nd November, with Cardiff athletes representing their schools and/or club.

Cardiff AAC gold medallists were Sarah Omoregie (under 16 girls schools champion), Jordan Fender (uner 18 boys school champion) and Thomas Britt (under 15 boys Welsh champion). Thomas is pictured being congratulated by club chairman Graham Webb.

Annual General Meeting 2014 Tuesday 28 October 2014

AGM image

The 2014 Annual General Meeting of the club will be held at 8pm in the club room on Thursday 20th November.

The canteen will close at 7.45pm.

All paid up members of the club are encouraged to attend the AGM as it is an important occasion and the opportunity to hear about the activities of the club in the past year, to ask questions and to make decisions about the future.

Cross Country Alert Monday 27 October 2014

Cross Country 2013 under 13

The second round of the Gwent Cross Country League will be held in Cardiff's Llandaff Fields on Sunday 9th November and will incorporate the South Wales Cross Country Championships.

The regional championships are for age groups under 17 upwards and entries must be made in advance so you should let your team manager know straight away if you wish to take part.

Parents' Evenings Saturday 25 October 2014

Parents Evening 1 10 12

The club is organising two parents' evenings on Monday and Thursday, 3rd and 6th November.

These will be held in the Cardiff AAC club room at the stadium between 6 and 7pm and will explain to parents the activities of the club and what is available to the younger athletes over the course of a season of athletics.

Award for Curtis Wednesday 22 October 2014

Curtis Mathews 2014

Cardiff's Welsh international decathlete Curtis Mathews was presented with the Student Sports Personality of the Year award at the Cardiff European Capital of Sports awards dinner at the Millennium Stadium recently.  

Curtis (22), who is coached by Mike Guest), was one of Wales’ most improved and succesful athletes in 2014 finishing 10th with a new personal best of 7,422 at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.

Congratulations to Curtis.

Presentation Evening 2014 Sunday 19 October 2014

Presentation Evening 2014

Another successful Cardiff AAC presentation evening was held last Sunday, 12th October, at the Earl Haig Club, Whitchurch, Cardiff with an excellent turnout of athletes as well as parents and friends.

Commonwealth Games stars Curtis Mathews and Sally Peake were on hand to make the presentations and entertainment was provided by Sean the magician who baffled everyone with his skill.

Kay's Funeral Friday 17 October 2014

Kay James' funeral will take place next Friday, 24th October, at St Mary of the Angels Roman Catholic Church, Kings Road, Canton.

It will be a Requiem Mass at 10.30, and thereafter at the Wenvoe Crematorium at 12.00.

Kay has requested that bright colours be worn.

The family will welcome friends to the Fairwater Conservative Club, Ely Road, Llandaff, Cardiff after the services.

New post goes to Matt Friday 17 October 2014

Matt Elias

Within a re-vamped Welsh Athletics coaching structure, Cardiff's former GB international 400m hurdles and relay star Matt Elias (pictured in his heyday as a competitor) has been appointed to the new post of National Performance Centre Coach.

Formerly the National Event Group Lead - sprints and hurdles, Matt's new responsibilities are the coaching of elite athletes at the National Performance Centre in Wales, to include the support to coaches and athletes elsewhere in Wales, as required.

Welsh award for Ciaran Thursday 16 October 2014

Ciaran Lewis 2013

Cardiff's Ciaran Lewis has clinched the Welsh Athletics Junior Male Off-Track Athlete of the Year award for his string of mountain running performances.

After winning the British and Irish Mountain Running Championships, Ciaran (17) was selected to represent Great Britain for the first time at the European Mountain Running Championships in France and he also represented Wales at the World Youth Mountain Running Cup in Italy.

Ciaran had started the year by becoming British Champion when representing Wales in the British and Irish Mountain Running championships and was the only non-English athlete to make it to the top of the podium at this event.

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