Cardiff's Christian Malcolm and Rhys Williams have both been selected for Great Britain's team for the European Championships which start in Barcelona in three weeks time.
Christian clinched his selection with a season's best 200m time of 20.50 in Switzerland on Sunday last, 4th July, after his fine victory in the UK Trials in Birmingham.
Rhys has been enjoying his best season for four years, since he took the bronze medal at the last European Championships held in Gothenburg in 2006.
He is ranked second in Europe behind fellow Welshman Dave Greene and will be hoping add to his medal collection in Barcelona.
Cardiff's UK Women's League team recorded a decisive win in their second round match at Bedford yesterday, Saturday 3rd July.
Pictured is Imogen Miles receiving her athlete of the match award from former team manager John Penny. Imogen competed in three individual events plus a relay.
Cardiff's BAL team again finished second behind Sheffield today, thus consolidating second place overall in their division.
Cardiff are now 4 points ahead of third placed Blackheath, with two rounds to go.
Cardiff's National Young Athletes' League team remains on course for a place in the area final after placing second to Rugby & Northampton in their third round match at Yeovil on 20th June.
Cardiff was initially placed third but a protest by team manager Andrew Seary resulted in the scores being corrected.
Tomorrow, Saturday 3rd July, the club's British League team travels to Sheffield for this year's second round match while the UK Women's League team will be in Bedford the same day, also for the second round match.
Both teams are in a strong position after the first round matches in Cardiff on 5th June and will be looking to consolidate promotion bids.
Cardiff's National Junior Athletic League team gained a narrow victory over South East Wales at Coventry on Sunday last, 27 June.
Cardiff now leads the Avon League with a two point margin over rivals Plymouth and should have done enough, with one round left, to book their place in the promotion match at Derby on 29 August.
Today, Sunday 27 June, three young Cardiff AAC athletes took advantage of a weekend with no track events for them to travel up to Aberdare to take part in the Aberdare road races.
The successful athletes (pictured with their awards) were Tom Edmunds, first in the under 15 boys, Ciaran Lewis, second in the under 15 boys and Emma Ligthart who was first in the under 13 girls
At Cardiff's Oceana on Saturday last, 19th June, Cardiff AAC's Leila James was crowned Miss Cardiff.
She will now be taking part in the Miss Great Britain contest in London in November
Leila competes for the club in the 800m and is also a ski instructor.
She was cheered on in the contest by her family and her boyfriend, Cardiff's international 400m hurdler Rhys Williams.
Cardiff's bid to regain its positon in the Midland Premier Division of the National Junior League continues on Sunday next, 27 June, when the team travels to Coventry.
Lying joint first with Plymouth after two rounds, the team is well placed to qualify for the promotion match in Derby on 29th August.
Cardiff's Young Athletes' League team travels to Yeovil on Sunday next, 20th June, for the third of this year's four match series, knowing that the result could decide whether or not they qualify for the regional final in Birmingham on 1st August.
The top four teams will qualify and Cardiff is lying fourth, 41 points ahead of Yate & District AC.