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2013 AGM Friday 18 October 2013

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The 2013 Annual General Meeting of the club will be held at 8pm in the club room on Thursday 21st 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.

Did you guess? Wednesday 16 October 2013

Anax da Silva as Spike

UK Athletics' SPIKE was in Cardiff last weekend to take part in the mascots' race that was part of the lead up to the Cardiff Half Marathon last Sunday.

SPIKE actually won the mascots' race.

But...... do you know who was the real person hidden in the SPIKE outfit? 

Click on MORE to find out

Combined events Friday 11 October 2013

Welsh Athletics logo BEST

The indoor season starts on 3 November with the Welsh championships in combined events for under 13, under 15 and under 17 age groups.

The event will be organised at the National Indoor Athletic Centre (NIAC) in Cardiff in conjunction with the Welsh Schools Athletic Association and will also include schools competitions for older athletes where entry is by invitation only.

The closing date for entries is next Thursday, 17th October.

Wales Sport Awards 2013 Tuesday 8 October 2013

Laurel leaf

The Wales Sport Awards celebrate our top flight sport stars and elite coaches, as well as our community coaches and volunteers who dedicate their time to make sport tick across Wales.

Do you know someone that you would like to nominate? If so, the closing date for nominations is next Sunday, 13th October so you need to hurry.

Presentation Evening Monday 7 October 2013

Audience Presentation 2010

The 2013 Cardiff AAC Junior Presentation Evening will be held on Sunday 20th October at the Earl Haig Club, Whitchurch, Cardiff. Come along (parents are very welcome too) to this popular annual event and meet Cardiff's international athletes who will be helping with the presentations.  

Cardiff medals in Welsh miles Saturday 5 October 2013

Ffion Price 2013

Cardiff was well represented in the inaugural Welsh Athletics road mile championships, held today, Saturday 5th October, in Cardiff's civic centre.

In perfect conditions, Ffion Price (pictured) was the runaway winner of the senior women's event, whilst former club captain and British international Jamies Thie produced a typically gutsy finish to win the men's race by inches.

Are you ready? Thursday 3 October 2013

Blaise Castle XC 2012

Once again, a track and field season is over and cross country beckons.

The first of the popular Gwent Cross Country League series kicks off at Pontypool on Saturday, 19th October, with four more rounds to follow, culminating in the final round in Bristol on 1st March 2014.

Welsh awards for Cardiff Tuesday 1 October 2013

Rory McKerlich

An all round successful year for Cardiff AAC has been recognised by Welsh Athletics and the club has picked up four national awards.

Individual honours go to Rory McKerlich (pictured) and John Penny and two separate awards (Track and Field club of the year and Off Track club of the year) go to the club as a whole.

Calling all milers Wednesday 25 September 2013

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If you fancy your chances over a mile, Welsh Athletics has created a Welsh mile road race championship, the first of which will be held in Cardiff Civic Centre on Saturday week, 5th October.


There are championship races for all age groups from under 11 to masters (male and female) and the closing date for entries is next Monday, 30th September so you need to hurry if you want to enter.

View from the top Sunday 22 September 2013

Ciaran Lewis Ffion Price  Gwynant Jones Rebecca Evans

The 850 miles round trip to Scotland was well rewarded as Cardiff AAC's athletes all performed brilliantly and helped the Welsh team to medals in every age group of the British and Irish Junior mountain running championships, held in Achray forest, Aberfoyle, yesterday, 21st September.

King of the mountains was Ciaran Lewis who took the gold medal in the under 16 boys' age group and led the Welsh team to the bronze medals. Ciaran was the only non English athlete to get to the top of the podium as every other individual and all the team championships were won by English athletes.

Ciaran is pictured with the other Cardiff athletes (Ffion Price, Gwynant Jones and Rebecca Evans) in the Welsh team.

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