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Lifetime award for Lynn Saturday 15 December 2012

Lynn Davies

Cardiff AAC life member Lynn Davies received the prestigious Lifetime Award at the recent BBC Wales sports personality of the year ceremony. Lynn (70), who took the gold medal in the long jump at the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo, is a previous double winner (in 1964 and 1966) of the individual personality of the year award and has contribiuted a lifetime of service to athletics and is a worthy recipient of this latest honour. Although starting as a triple jumper, Lynn was Britain's leading long jumper for a decade, setting a British record in 1968 that was not beaten until 2002. Naturally, he remains the Welsh and club record holder. He was European champion in 1966 and Commonwealth champion in 1966 and 1970. (There were no world championships in those days.)

Congratulations Tuesday 11 December 2012

James and Imogen

Everyone in Cardiff AAC offers congratulations and good wishes to James Williams and Imogen Miles on their engagement. James proposed to Imogen during a romantic weekend in Paris but says that they have not yet fixed a date for the wedding (after all, it has to be fitted into their athletic schedules).

Emily Brown chosen Monday 10 December 2012

Emily Brown

Cardiff's middle distance runner/ steeplechaser Emily Brown (who was third in Saturday's Welsh Inter Regional Championships) is one of eight women chosen by UK Athletics to take part in the first Female Coach Legacy Programme. The FCLP is a coach development initiative designed to assist already committed, qualified and experienced female coaches in bridging the gap to the elite level by providing them with the extra knowledge, skills and confidence to work at the highest level. The programme is a led by the UKA Women in Coaching Advisory Group (WCAG) who have identified a need to increase the number of female coaches working with elite athletes.

Euro gold for Ava Sunday 9 December 2012

Ava Hutchinson

Cardiff's Irish international Ava Hutchinson struck gold at the European Cross Country Championship held today on a snowbound course in Budapest, Hungary. Finishing in a fine 20th place, Ava was the third finishing member of the gold medal winning Irish team, with 2011 winner Fionnuala Britton leading the team home with a successful defence of her title. Congratulations Ava.

Early report on regional XC Saturday 8 December 2012

Jake Heyward regional XC 2012

The inter regional cross country championships were held at Builth Wells today, 8th December. November's athlete of the month Sofia Vella won the primary girls' race and consistent Jake Heyward (pictured at his medal ceremony) took the under 15 boys' title, leading his team to victory also. Debbie Rees won the senior women's race and Lucy Dennis was first home of the under 13 girls.

Good outing in Scotland Friday 7 December 2012

Schools multi event Int Glasgow 2012

Good performances from Cardiff athletes Harry Hillman, Tom Trotman, Ryan James and Claire Taylor helped the Welsh Schools team at last weekend's SIAB multi events international in Scotland. Harry, Tom and Ryan helped the under 16 boys' team to a bronze medal as did Claire in the under 18 girls' team.

Life as an athlete Tuesday 4 December 2012

Parents Evening 1 10 12

The second parents' evening will take place at the Cardiff AAC club room on Monday next, 10th December (6 - 7pm) and the topic will be "life as an athlete". Welsh Olympic athletes Brett Morse and Matt Elias as well as Paralympians Aled Davies and Nathan Stephens will be available to talk about their experiences and to answer questions.

More cross country success Monday 3 December 2012

SW reg schools 2012

Every athlete in the photograph is a Cardiff AAC member although, on this occasion, they are wearing schools and not club vests. The event was the South Wales regional schools' cross country championships held at Trelai Park on October 16th and, in fact, the first 13 finishers in the senior boys race were all Cardiff AAC athletes.

Gwent League 2012 race 3 Saturday 1 December 2012

Blaise Castle XC 2012

The third Gwent League fixture of the 2012-13 season was held today at the popular Blaise Castle course near Bristol. With excellent conditions for cross country (cold but dry, with a light wind and reasonable underfoot), Cardiff's junior runners performed well again, despite some absentees. The under 17 men's team is leading its age category and both men and women are leading the under 20 group. The under 17 men's B team is in fourth place, showing Cardiff's strength in depth at this age.

Athletes go to Scotland Thursday 29 November 2012

Harry Hillman and Ryan James

Four Cardiff AAC athletes will travel to Scotland as members of the Welsh Schools' team to contest the annual international schools combined events match between Wales, Scotland, England and all-Ireland at the Hampden Park indoor arena on Saturday next, 1st December. Harry Hillman, Ryan James and Tom Trotman are in the under 16 boys' team and Claire Taylor is in the under 18 girls' team.

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