There will be an open meeting at Cardiff International Sports Stadium on Saturday next, 25th August, starting at 11.30am.
The meeting has been specially organised by the club and Welsh Athletics at the request of the Australian Paralympic team that has been based in Cardiff and all athletes (all age groups from under 13 to senior), both able-bodied and disabled, will compete together.
Cardiff's Welsh Under 15 League team finished in a creditable fourth place in yesterday's Cup Final at Brecon.
Despite absentees due to holidays Cardiff's athletes performed well with plenty of individual winners, including a triple triumph from promising young sprinter Daniel Murathodiz.
Once again, Cardiff AAC has triumphed as the most successful club in Wales.
The Wilkinson Sword Trophy is awarded annually to the club that achieves the most successes in the outdoor track and field championships of the year. It is based on the number of medals won and club members secured a total of 96, including 30 gold, 34 silver and 32 bronze.
Cardiff's National Junior League team travelled to Derby yesterday, 12 August, for what was the last ever fixture of this league in its present form as, next year, it will be part of a reorganisation of junior league athletics, combining under 20 and under 17 age groups.
Cardiff had finished in sixth place in each of the first three rounds and matched that once again, also finishing sixth overall.
Congratulations go to Elliot Slade who was the men's Man of the Match for winning the 1500m A race in 3:52.4.
Cardiff's four representatives at the London 2012 Olympic Games have enjoyed mixed fortunes as the Games gradually come to the end.
Christian Malcolm (pictured), competing in his fourth Olympic Games, along with Rhys Williams and Gareth Warburton, wore the British vest whilst Ava Hutchinson, also in her first Olympics, wore the green of Ireland in the marathon.
Their individual campaigns are over but Christian is still aiming for a sprint relay spot.
We still have Tracey Hinton to follow in the Paralympics and wish her the best of luck.
Cardiff's senior women's team completed its UK Women's Athletic League campaign at Leigh, Manchester, last Saturday 28th July.
By finishing in fifth place, both on the day and over the season's three matches, the team retained its place in Division One of the league.
Cardiff's National Young Athletes League team exceeded expectations after scraping into the regional final held at Stoke on Sunday last 29th July.
After holding fourth position of eight competing teams for much of the day, numerous excellent Cardiff performances saw Cardiff eventually finish in fifth place, with Rugby & Northants AC taking first.
Cardiff's senior men's British Athletics League team produced an excellent all round performance in the third match of the series last Saturday, 28th July, at Copthall, London.
Finishing equal third with Belgrave and only eight points behind second placed Herne Hill Harriers, Cardiff is lying fourth with one match to go and has an outside chance of promotion back to the premier division.
Lucy Power is the daughter of Sean Power, Cardiff AAC’s senior coach and former international triple jumper, and is currently at London 2012 as the senior team manager of Great Britain’s women’s basketball team.
She has been involved with Great Britain basketball since its inception in 2006 and has been the Team Manager to the senior women's programme from its early competition in Eurobasket Division B, promotion to Division A and its recent inclusion in the World University Games.
Cardiff's team that competes in the Welsh Under 15 League finished top again yesterday, 28th July, in the last round of the season at Cwmbran, having won all four rounds.
The team now goes forward to the Welsh final to be held in Brecon on 19th August where we shall be up against traditional rivals Swansea and Carmarthen.