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Off Track successes Tuesday 12 May 2015

Ciaran Lewis 2015

Whilst our track and field teams were out in force over the last weekend, the Welsh Trail Running championships (short course) were being held in conjunction with the Porthkerry 5 on Sunday, 10th May.

In excellent conditions at a beautiful venue, Cardiff's Ciaran Lewis retained the senior men's title he won last year, in a time that improved his best by 41 seconds.

Elsewhere, Cardiff's Irish international Kevin Seaward was 15th in the Great Manchester Run, with a personal best time of 29:54 for the 10k distance.

Steady start for senior women Monday 11 May 2015


Cardiff's senior women's team has made a steady start to its campaign in Division 1 of the UK Women's Athletic League, having won promotion from Division 2 last year. The first match of the season was held in Derby yesterday, 10th May.

Finishing sixthh of the eight clubs, only 4.5 points behind fifth placed Trafford AC and well clear of seventh placed Bristol & West AC, Cardiff is well placed to maintain its position in this higher division.

Record turn-out of juniors Monday 11 May 2015

Bethan Gammon 2015

More than 100 young Cardiff athletes made the journey to Hereford on Saturday last, 9th May, for the first round of this year's Welsh Under 15 League.

Fortunately, the weather was fine and dry, although a blustery, cold wind made conditions difficult for athletes and spectators alike.

Cardiff's athletes produced numerous personal best performances on an excellent day for the club.

Notice to throwers Saturday 9 May 2015

Please note that Alyson Hourihan will not be available to take throwing sessions on 7th, 11th and 14th May.

Also, Roger Grindle is unwell and will not be able to coach for the next few weeks.

Thank you. 

Weekend successes Tuesday 5 May 2015

Charlotte Wingfield 2014

Cardiff athletes were competing for their universities in the BUCS championships in Bedford whilst others were contesting the Cardiff Bay 5 mile race.

In Bedford, Jonathon Bailey set a big new life time best in winning the high jump and clearing 2.01m while Jonathan Hopkins won the 3000m steeplechase with 8:46.27, also a personal best.

Charlotte Wingfield set a new Maltese national record for the 100m with her 11.79 seconds, in second place; she was also second in the 200m. 

YDL juniors start with a win Sunday 3 May 2015

Jay Morse 2014

Cardiff's under 13/15 team travelled to Cheltenham yesterday for the first round of the UK Youth Development League (Lower Age Group) and achieved a great winning start.

With several athletes scoring double individual wins, Jay Morse stood out with three, winning the under 15 Discus A, Hammer A and Shot Put B. His winning discus throw of 43.73m was a club record and places him second on the latest UK rankings.

World and personal bests Tuesday 28 April 2015

Tom Trotman 2015

The domestic season got off to a good start on Sunday last, 26th April, with the first round of the re-vamped Welsh League taking place in Cardiff.

Nearly 300 athletes took part and produced numerous excellent performances and personal bests, including an unofficial new world record for Cardiff's Aled Davies in the category F42 discus with a throw of 52.85m.

New club record lists Saturday 25 April 2015

Laurel leaf

Club Chairman Graham Webb has researched the records and has produced club record lists for under 13 boys and girls.

These rankings can be seen by going to the Cub Records pages.

If anyone knows of any performances that are better than those listed, please let us know.

Virgin Mini Marathon Wednesday 22 April 2015


Nine Cardiff athletes have been chosen by Welsh Schools to take part in the Virgin mini-marathon in London on Sunday next, 26th April.

The mini marathon is the curtain raiser held over the final three miles of the official London Marathon course, finishing in front of the VIP stands in The Mall. Olympic champion Mo Farah is a former winner of the mini-marathon.

Juniors off to a strong start Monday 20 April 2015


At Yate on Saturday last, 18th April, Cardiff's UKYDL team for the under 20 and under 17 age groups got the season off to a good start, taking third place in the Midlands Premier Division. As the first two teams were composite (made up of more than one club), Cardiff's performance was the best for a single club.

Within the team's performance, Jac Palmer stood out. In his first competition of the year, he broke his own Welsh and club hammer records with a fine throw of 70.88m which is only 00.62m short of the UK qualifying standard for this year's European Junior Championships. It also takes him to second place on the UK under 20 rankings.

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