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Seniors hold their own Saturday 7 June 2014

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After leading the match for the first two hours, Cardiff's British Athletics League team today eventually finished fourth in a competition that was, overall, more demanding than the first round in Cardiff on 10th May.

Cardiff finished with 270 match points, only 18 fewer than in Cardiff but had to concede first place to City of Manchester (third in Cardiff) with Shaftesbury Barnet second and Birchfield Harriers third.

Winners for Cardiff were Brett Morse, Gareth Warburton and Richard Tremblen while Anax Da Silva set a 400m personal best of 49.03 and Ryan Leonard a javelin best of 62.64m

Cardiff athletes for Glasgow Friday 6 June 2014

Rhys Williams

Welsh Athletics has revealed a 33 strong team for this year's Glasgow Commonwealth Games and Cardiff athletes comprise no less than one third. In addition, Phil Banning and James Williams will be the team managers.

Those selected are: Adam Bitchell (10,000m), Aled Davies (Discus - F42), David Guest (Decathlon), Tracey Hinton (100m - T2), Curtis Mathews (Decathlon), Brett Morse (Discus), Matthew Richards (Hammer), Ryan Spencer-Jones (Shot Put), Joe Thomas (800m), Gareth Warburton (800m) and Rhys Williams (400m Hurdles).

Juniors improve Thursday 5 June 2014


Cardiff's team in the UK Youth Development League (upper age group) improved its position at the second round match in Cheltenham on Sunday last, 1st May, finishing fifth of the six teams.

Hit once again by absences through exams and clashes with the Welsh Championships, the team nevertheless showed great team spirit on the day, with several athletes competing in multiple events to help the points situation.

Mountain medals Tuesday 3 June 2014

Gwynnant Jones  Ciaran Lewis  Rebecca Evans 2014

The 600 miles round trip to te Lake District was worthwhile for Cardiff's Gwynnant Jones, Ciaran Lewis and Rebecca Evans as they all returned with medals from the home countries mountain running international on Sunday last, 1st June.

Representing Wales under 20 teams, Rebecca was third in the women's race while Ciaran and Gwynnant were second and third respectively in the men's race. The under 20 men's team was placed first.

Decathletes qualify Monday 2 June 2014

Curtis Mathews

Cardiff's two leading decathletes have both achieved the qualifying standard for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

After completing three of the gruelling 10-discipline events in six weeks (and two on consecutive weekends), both Curtis Mathews and David Guest topped the standard of 7,300 points in Malaga last weekend (31 May - 1 June). Curtis achieved a personal best points total of 7,378, including five personal bests, while David Guest, showing a welcome return to form after injury, scored 7,394.

Cardiff's Francis Baker also took part in the event, totalling 6,211 points for nine events before pulling out of the 1500m. 

Juniors third again Sunday 1 June 2014

Sarah Omoregie

Cardiff's NYDL (U13 & U15) team travelled to Birmingham yesterday, 31st May, for the second round of this year's league series and, again, came an excellent third in the team rankings, matching their performance in the first round.

Stars of the day included triple winners James Vincent, Lauren Evans and Sarah Omoregie.

Welsh Championships - 2 Sunday 1 June 2014

800m 2014

The second day of the Welsh Championships produced a further clutch of medals and personal bests for Cardiff athletes.

In the 200m, Cardiff's Sam Gordon took his revenge, inching out Dewi Hammond by one hundredth of a second with Lemarl Freckleton third, Richard Tremblen fourth, Gareth Hopkins fifth and club captain Rhys Knapman sixth. 

Welsh Championships - 1 Saturday 31 May 2014

Dewi Hammond and Sam Gordon 2014

With so many Cardiff athletes on display, the first day of this year's Welsh Championships and Commonwealth Games Trials could have been mistaken for a club championship.

Indeed, the final of the men's 100m was composed entirely of Cardiff athletes, with Dewi Hammond pipping Sam Gordon for the title.

One of the highlights of the field events was 18 year old Jac Palmer's fourth place in the hammer throw with a new Welsh under 20 record with the senior hammer of 58.54m, removing Olympian Shaun Pickering's mark from the record books.

Be proud of your club Friday 30 May 2014

This weekend sees one of the highlights of the Welsh Athletics season when the Welsh Championships and Commonwealth Games trials take place in our home stadium in Cardiff.

The entry lists include a huge number of Cardiff athletes and it would be great to see every one of them wearing the Cardiff AAC vest.

Good luck to every one of you and "fly the flag for Cardiff".

Use it or lose it Wednesday 28 May 2014


The first round of the UK National Development League for older athletes took place on 28th April and Cardiff came last of the six clubs.

Exams and warm weather training meant that the team was heavily depleted but a repeat performance in Cheltenham next Sunday, 1st June, is likely to mean relegation.

This is an excellent level of competition for under 17s and under 20s and we need to do well to retain this opportunity.

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