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Successes in the Bay Sunday 2 April 2017

Bay 10k 2017

Cardiff athletes were to the fore in the Cardiff & Vale College Cardiff Bay 10k and 2k road races today. On a sunny day, with spectators lining the course, Cardiff athletes dominated the senior and junior events.

Making her debut for Cardiff, Clara Evans was a clear winner of the women's 10k while Matthew Clowes was second in the men's race behind GB international Dewi Griffiths.

Break through for Ieuan Saturday 1 April 2017

Ieuan Thomas 2014

Cardiff's Ieuan Thomas registered a big personal improvement over 3000m steeplechase when he was timed at 8m.33.68 at the Stanford Invitational held at Stanford University, USA, yesterday, 31st March.

A member of James Thie's coaching group, Ieuan's time also achieves the A standard (8:35.00) set by Welsh Athletics for consideration for the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia in 2018.

Another track season Monday 27 March 2017

WJL Final 2016

With cross country over and the start of Summer Time, a new track and field season is upon us.

The first rounds of the young athletes leagues are only a few weeks away and the popular annual open meetings in Yeovil this weekend will provide a chance to try out summer form.

Another win for Jake Wednesday 22 March 2017

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At the Welsh Schools cross country championships held in Brecon on Saturday last, 18th March, Jake Heyward took his fourth championship title when he won the senior boys' age group in a rare cross country outing for the reigning European under 18 1500m champion.

Plenty of Cardiff AAC athletes were representing their schools and, amongst the best performers, were Jemima Robinson (second in the year 7 girls'race), Naomi Reid (third senior girls), Carys Bill (third middle girls) and Ben Macey (third year 7 boys). 

Silver for Ben Hillman Monday 13 March 2017

Ben Hillman 2017

Several Cardiff athletes travelled to Sheffield to take part in the England Athletics under15/under 17 combined events championships and Ben Hillman established himself as one of the best all-round athletes in Britain by taking the silver medal in the under 15 boys' pentathlon.

With three personal bests (high jump 1.61m, long jump 6.02m and 60m hurdles 8.90), Ben amassed a total points score of 2,911 for a clear second place behind winner Joseph Harding (3,132).

Final Gwent League results Thursday 9 March 2017

Carwyn Jones 2016

The final round of the 2016-17 Gwent Cross Country League was held in Pembrey Park, West Wales, on Saturday last, 4th March and, for a change, the conditions were much better than of late.

Overall numbers were down and Cardiff AAC produced three individual winners in Carwyn Jones (senior men), Jac Smith (under 20 men) and Georgia Cole (under 20 women).

Meeting record and PBs Monday 6 March 2017

U15 2017

Cardiff AAC arthletes produced some excellent performances at the Welsh Athletics indoor international between Wales and England held at the NIAC yesterday.

Cardiff's under 15 boys' 4x200m relay team were clear winners in a championship record time of 1:42.49 while Sarah Omoregie and Naomi Reid edged closer to selection for the Commonwealth Youth Games to be held in the Bahamas in July.

Final Gwent League Thursday 2 March 2017

U15 Brecon

The fifth and final round of the Gwent Cross Country League takes place at Pembrey Park on Saturday next, 4th March and Cardiff is well placed to take team and individual honours.

The under 20 men and women and under 17 women are leading the team rankings while Morgan James (under 17 men), James Hunt (under 23 men) and Georgia Cole (under 20 women) head their individual rankings. Lucy Marland and Bethan Evans are close seconds in the senior women and under 20 women respectively.

National medals won Monday 27 February 2017

Kiara Frizelle 2016

Nineteen Cardiff AAC athletes travelled to Sheffield over the weekend for the England Athletics Under 15/17/20 championships and to experience important competition against the best in Britain.

Pride of place goes to Kiara Frizelle who took the gold medal in the under 17 women's 1500m by a big margin and in a personal best time of 4:35.00. Perhaps the busiest athlete was Ben Hillman who contested the under 15 boys' 300m, taking the silver medal, as well as the long jump (for 5th) and the 60m hurdles (6th). Amelia Reynolds was the silver medallist in the under 20 women's 200m and Megan Hodgson took the bronze in the under 17 women's pole vault.

Cross country champions Sunday 26 February 2017

Carys Hughes Jen Stone Charlotte Gaughan Lucy Marl

Well, it was cross country! The Welsh Championships were held in Singleton Park, Swansea yesterday and the weather lived up to its forecast. Although the early races were blessed with reasonable conditions (a tricky wind but fairly dry), heavy rain soon arrived and did not stop, making the course muddy and the conditions cold and very wet.

Despite the weather, Cardiff AAC athletes did well winning six individual and five team medals.

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