In a difficult promotion match at Derby today, Sunday 28th August, the club's National Junior League team finished second and regained its place in the Junior League after slipping out last season.
Cardiff's Gareth Winter was named Man of the Match for his winning performance of 51.50m in the Discus.
Cardiff's Michael Johnson (pictured) was a runaway winner of the Welsh Championship 5k road race held in Swansea last Sunday, 22nd August, and led the Cardiff team to the team title.
Also successful was the club's women's team which, although not including the individual winner, took the team title.
First lady home for Cardiff was Paris Williams in 4th place.
Cardiff's team finished a close second to Carmarthen Harriers in the Welsh Junior League final, held in Brecon last Sunday, 22nd August.
After qualifying easily from the semi final held in Cardiff on 7th August, Cardiff was hoping to topple rivals Carmarthen who have won this competition on many occasions.
Cardiff's Ffion Bodilly took the high jump Gold Medal at the England Athletics Under 17 Championships in Bedford last Saturday, 21 August.
In very difficult conditions for high jumping, caused by a strong and gusting wind, Ffion not only won the competition but set a new personal best of 1.73m and jumped to second on this year's British rankings.
Ffion, coached by Stephen Bailey, is still only 15 so will have a further year in this age category.
Cardiff's senior men's BAL team have today gained promotion to the premier division after a nail biting contest at Liverpool.
Sheffield continued their dominance of the Division 1 and, with only 19 points covering second to fifth places, Cardiff finished fifth but this was enough to clinch promotion by one league point from third placed Kent AC.
Congratulations to James Williams and his team.
The Cardiff AAC senior men's team can make a small piece of club history tomorrow as the 2010 British League season comes to a climax in Liverpool by winning promotion to the premier division of the British League.
With two to be promoted, the club stands second on 20 league points, 4 points clear of 3rd place Kent. Albeit a bit battered and bruised from a long season, the team looks strong enough to finish off what would be a huge achievement for a side that narrowly avoided relegation to division 3 just two seasons ago.
The Welsh athletics team for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi was announced today and includes six Cardiff AAC athletes.
The successful ones are Rhys Williams (400mH), Christian Malcolm (100/200m), Joe Thomas (800m), James Thie (1500m), Gareth Warburton (800m) and Bryone Raine (pole vault).
In addition the team management will be led by Cardiff's former international 400m runner Mike Delaney.
Matt Elias has finally decided to hang up his spikes.
The last race of a fine athletic career was for the club's BAL team on 31 July when Matt ran a personal best time in the 110m Hurdles (actually, it was the first time he had tried this event!) of 15.29 - not bad.
Primarily a 400m hurdler, Matt has gathered an enviable collection of medals from the European Championships and Commonwealth Games and narrowly missed an Olympic medal in Athens in 2004.
One of the club's most successful seasons for many years heads for its climax over the next two weekends.
Next Saturday (21st August) the British League team will head for Liverpool in its bid to clinch promotion to the Premiership division at the top of British Club athletics.
The following day (22nd) will see the Welsh Junior League final in Brecon and, one week later, the National Junior league team contests the promotion match in Derby.
All the best athletes need coaching and becoming a coach can be a very rewarding experience.
If you are interested in making a start in coaching, there is a programme of courses, to be held at Cardiff International Sports Stadium and organised by Welsh Athletics, that will suit you.