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2017 AGM Thursday 19 October 2017

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The 2017 Annual General Meeting of the club will be held at 8pm in the club room on Thursday 30thth November.

All paid up members of the club are encouraged to attend the AGM as it is an important occasion and the opportunity to hear about the activities of the club in the past year, to ask questions and to make decisions about the future.

The meeting usually lasts about an hour and includes the election of officers for the year ahead as well as deciding on any changes to the club's constitution.

Matt Clowes third Tuesday 17 October 2017

Matt Clowes

A fortnight after making his half marathon debut in the Cardiff Half, Matt Clowes improved his time to 1:05.11 on Sunday in the Manchester Half Marathon, finishing in third place.


His debut time in Cardiff was 1:06.07 a mere eight seconds behind the second placer.

 

On the same day, in the Birmingham Half Marathon, Mike Kallenberg was second in a time of 1:10.22.

Cross off to a great start Saturday 14 October 2017

Gwent League 1 2017

On a near perfect day for cross country, more than 100 Cardiff athletes took part in the first round of the popular Gwent League, held on a re-designed course in Cardiff's Llandaff Fields.

Combined with the first round of the British Cross Challenge, the competition was more testing than usual but Cardiff produced a succession of high placers, including Jake Heyward's win in the under 20 men's race and Charlotte Arter's excellent third spot in the senior ladies' race,behind winner Jess Judd.

Ben and Harri star indoors Wednesday 11 October 2017

Ben Hillman 2017

Cardiff's Ben Hillman and Harri Wheeler Sexton were the stars of the Welsh Athletics indoor combined events championships held at the NIAC last weekend, taking the under 16 and under 18 boys' titles respectively and each scoring over 3000 points for the five events.

Both Ben and Harri had shown big improvements in outdoor season and clearly intend to carry this through to next year.

Cardiff 7th as Swansea win Sunday 8 October 2017

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Cardiff's senior men's six stage road relay team travelled to Birmingham's Sutton Park yesterday as defending national champions but had to concede the title to Swansea Harriers, whilst still finishing in a highly creditable 7th place out of 82 finishing club teams.

The ladies' four stage team, bronze medal winners last year, finished in eleventh; Charlotte Arter clocking the overall second fastest leg of the day, behind GB international Jessica Judd.