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Sunday's cross country Friday 14 January 2011

Alex Hains

The McCain Cardiff Cross Challenge takes place in Cardiff’s Bute Park on Sunday 16th January. The prestigious Cardiff Event is Wales’ top Cross Country spectacle, and forms the 2nd fixture in the McCain Cross Challenge Series 2010/2011. Sunday's event incorporates an Inter-area match in the senior age groups, and schools’ Invitational races through the junior age groups. The master’s races will host the Welsh Cross Country Championships for their respective age categories.

Cardiff Indoors Tuesday 11 January 2011

Ciaran Lewis

Cardiff athletes competed at the NIAC on Sunday last, 9th January, in the 3000m indoor Welsh championship as well as the second Grand Prix events of the season. Ciaran Lewis (pictured receiving his award) took pride of place in the championships by winning the under under 13 boys' category in a personal best time.

London Marathon places Wednesday 5 January 2011

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If you are interested to run in the 2011 Virgin London Marathon, the Ron Pickering Memorial Fund has a limited number of guaranteed places. The deadline for applications is 21 January and runners are expected to raise money for the Fund. The Ron Pickering fund exists only to help young athletes and has handed out more than one million pounds in grants since it was established.

Bernie Plain MBE Sunday 2 January 2011

Bernie Plain

More honours have come the way of Cardiff AAC with the award of the MBE in the New Year’s Honours to life member Bernard (Bernie) Plain; for services to athletics. Bernie was one of Wales best middle and long distance runners, just missing out on a medal when he finished fourth in the 1974 European Marathon championship. Bernie’s European run was the highlight of his long running career but, amongst many other achievements for his club, Wales and Great Britain, he is still the holder of the UK 20 mile track record of 1:40:34.6. The photograph was kindly provided by leading sports photographer Mark Shearman.

HAPPY NEW YEAR Wednesday 29 December 2010

Cardiff AAC hopes that all our members and friends had a very happy Christmas and we wish you a successful 2011. The club will reopen next year on Thursday 6th January. Would you like to help us next year?

Schools' cross country Thursday 23 December 2010

Kath Elias Schools Chair

Welsh Schools has announced plans for a special celebration at its National cross-country championships on 16th March 2011, to mark fifty years since the first event was staged – but the association would also welcome help from anyone who can recall information about the leading pupils at past ‘Nationals’.

STADIUM CLOSED Monday 20 December 2010

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Surprise, surprise. In case there was any doubt, the track is closed already and the stadium will close entirely by 4pm today, Monday, 20th December. We will try to keep you informed of any changes but, in the meantime, don't take risks and have a happy Christmas.

Christmas closures Thursday 16 December 2010

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The last official club night before Christmas will be Monday next, 20th December and we shall re-open on Thursday 6th January. The stadium will be open as normal up to Thursday, 23rd December but will then be closed and will re-open on Tuesday, 4th January. The arrangements at NIAC are a bit more complicated.

UK Rankings 2010 Monday 13 December 2010

Malcolm and Lemaitre in Barcelona

This is the time of the year to review the performances of Cardiff's athletes against the best in the country. Twenty seven Cardiff members featured in this year's UK top 20m lists across all the age groups. Top of the tree was Christian Malcolm who was ranked No.1 in the men's 200m.

Cross country cancelled Friday 10 December 2010

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Owing to the continuing adverse weather conditions, the Inter regional cross country championships scheduled to be held on Sunday next, 12th December at Builth Wells have been cancelled. A decision on whether the event will be rescheduled or amalgamated into another event will be made in the near future.

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