Do you watch GOT TO DANCE on SKY TV?
Cardiff AAC's Francesca Falsini is a member of the ECLIPSE dance group that has won a place in the semi finals and NEEDS YOUR VOTE to help them into the final.
The programme is screened on Sunday evenings at 6 pm on SKY ONE so please watch and vote for ECLIPSE.
David Guest, who competes for Cardiff's British League team as a higher competition athlete (his first claim club is Bridgend AC) has been included in Great Britain's Under 20 team to take part in a Combined Events International in Bombas, France on 6-7 March.
Still only 18, David has started his 2010 campaign strongly, setting a new personal best time of 22.36 for 200m at last weekend's Welsh indoor championships.
Cardiff AAC athletes won 13 medals including 4 gold at the 2010 Welsh indoor championships held yesterday, 23 January, at the NIAC.
Event winners were Liam Duff (Senior men 60m), Megan Tatnell (Under 13 girls 800m), Alex Coomber (Under 17 boys 800m) and Gareth Hopkins (Senior men 200m A).
Notable was 14 year old Ffion Bodilly's third place in the SENIOR women's high jump with a personal best equalling 1.67m.
Cardiff's Richie Gardiner has topped the 2009 UK Marathon rankings in the 35-40 age category with his time of 2:19:48 achieved in the Flora London Marathon last April.
Demonstrating his versatility, 36 year old police sergeant Richie also topped the 5k rankings, was 3rd in the half marathon, and 5th over both 10k and 10 miles.
Cardiff AAC's Joe Thomas has been selected for the Great Britain team to take part in the indoor international in Glasgow's Kelvin Hall on 30th January.
Joe will run in his favourite 800m and will be up against teams from the USA, Sweden, Germany and Commonwealth select.
Cardiff AAC's Irish international Ava Hutchinson (pictured) ran an excellent race to finish second in the senior ladies' race at today's Cardiff Cross Challenge.
British international Hattie Dean was a convincing winner as Ava ran strongly for second ahead of previous winners Andrea Whitcombe and Tara Krzwicki.
Blackweir fields will host the winter's top cross country event on Sunday next,17th January, when the McCain Cross Challenge comes to Cardiff.
The race makes a welcome return to the McCain Cross Challenge series after a 2 year absence and will include a mixture of British international and local athletes over a series of races.
Whilst delighted that Jamie Baulch is going to receive his gold medal after being promoted from silver at the World Championships in Athens, we should think of club star Christian Malcolm who suffered the disapppointment of losing one of his gold medals.
Christian was a member of the winning British 4x100 relay team at the 2002 European Championships in Munich but had to give back his medal as the team was subsequently disqualified when Dwain Chambers admitted to doping offences.
Despite this loss Christian still has a fantastic collection of medals.
The picture was taken on Saturday, 10th January, and shows the stadium covered in snow.
The track will remain closed until the snow has gone and it looks as if this is going to be some time.
The other stadium facilities may be open but access into the stadium is difficult.
The stadium telephone number is 029 2078 8399 and you are advised to check first.
Cardiff AAC life member Jamie Baulch has added another world championship gold medal to his collection - 13 years after the race.
Jamie was a member of the 4x400m relay team that was placed second in the 1997 World Championships in Athens. Silver became gold after the winning USA team was disqualified when Antonio Pettigrew confessed to a doping offence.
Jamie and the rest of the British team will at long last receive their medals.
This is a fitting result for Jamie who has a staggering collection of medals from major championships.