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Two medals for Cardiff Sunday 10 October 2010

 Christian Malcolm

On a great day for Welsh athletics in Delhi today, 10th October, Cardiff's Christian Malcolm (pictured) and Rhys Williams won bronze medals in the 200m and 400m hurdles respectively. Swansea's Dai Greene produced an excellent run to take the gold in the 400m hurdles so that Wales took two medals in the same event. Has this ever happened before? Gareth Warburton ran a fine 800m to take fourth place behind three unbeatable Kenyans.

Joe and Gareth in final Saturday 9 October 2010

Gareth Warburton

Joe Thomas and Gareth Warburton have both brilliantly qualified for the final of the Commonwealth Games 800m to be held tomorrow. With three automatic qualifiers from each semi final and facing formidable competition, especially from the Kenyans, Joe eased into third place with 1:47.22 while Gareth (pictured) clocked 1:46.83 (just outside his pb of 1:46.47) also in third place.

Rhys and Christian through Saturday 9 October 2010

Rhys Williams

Cardiff's European silver medallists Rhys Williams (pictured) and Christian Malcolm progressed safely from their first rounds earlier today in Delhi. Rhys won his 400m hurdles heat in a comfortable 49.81 while Christian did what was necessary, coming second in his 200m heat in 21.14. Swansea's Dai Greene also made sure of his place in the final, winning his heat in 49.98.

Joe and Gareth in semis Friday 8 October 2010

Joe Thomas

Cardiff's Joe Thomas (pictured) and Gareth Warburton both qualified comfortably for the semi finals of the 800m. Running in heat three earlier today, Gareth was an automatic qualifier, coming home third in an easy 1:51.64. Joe ran in heat four, finishing second in 1:50.17.

Will there be Delhi delight? Monday 4 October 2010

Christian Malcolm & Rhys Williams

After well reported trials and tribulations, the Commonwealth Games have got off to a good start and the Welsh team has settled into their accommodation which they describe as excellent - the first gold medal goes to the team management that ensured this. Cardiff has six athletes in the team and we shall be following their progress with interest and wish them every possible success. Can Christian Malcolm and Rhys Williams add to their European medals? And we also wish good luck to former members Brett Morse and Paul Walker as well as to all the Welsh squad.

Cross Country starts Tuesday 28 September 2010

Gwent League logo

As the Commonwealth Games come to an end in the heat of Delhi, back home another cross country season will get under way. The first of this year's Gwent League series will be held in Bridgend in just over a week's time, on Sunday, 10th October. Cross country is an important part of the athletics season and Cardiff has traditionally done well in the Gwent League, especially in the younger age groups.

Rhys on ice Thursday 23 September 2010

Rhys Williams Ice Hockey

Before (hopefully) jetting off tomorrow to Wales Commonwealth Games holding camp in Doha, European silver medallist Rhys Williams took time out to relax at the Nottingham Panthers v Coventry Blaze ice hockey match at the Panthers Lair in Nottingham.

Welsh Awards for Cardiff Sunday 19 September 2010

Peter Lane

Cardiff AAC picked up eight of the top awards presented at the Welsh Athletics annual dinner held last night, 18th September, at Cardiff's Angel Hotel. The club itself was Welsh Club of the Year following the great successes of its teams and three distinguished former members were inducted into the Welsh Athletics Hall of Fame. Cardiff will now be nominated to UK Athletics for their Club of the Year award. Photographs kindly provided by DE Photo from whom copies may be purchased: www.dephoto.biz.

Presentation Evening Wednesday 15 September 2010

The club's annual presentation of awards evening was held last Sunday, 12th September, and more than 150 athletes, parents and friends were able to celebrate one of Cardiff's most successful seasons for many years. Presenting the awards were special guests Rhys Williams, James Thie, Emma Peters, Leila James and John Penny, Welsh Athletics President.

10k title for Mike Johnson Sunday 12 September 2010

Mike Johnson 2010

On a perfect day in Cardiff's city centre this morning, 12 September, just under 3000 runners set off for the 25th running of the HSBC Cardiff 10k road race. Cardiff's Michael Johnson (pictured after receiving his winner's medal from Welsh Athletics President John Penny) clinched his second Welsh title in a month, finishing in a personal best time for the 10k distance of 29:50.

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