Jake Heyward made a dream debut in the mile to clocked the second fastest time in history by a Welsh athlete in London. The Cardiff runner's time of 3:54.78 was just 0.39secs off the record set by Newport's Neil Horsfield in Cork 33 years ago.
Daniel Jervis cut a frustrated figure after the opening session of the World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea. The 23-year-old finished 17th in the 400m freestyle heats of which the top eight went straight to Sunday’s final, ruling Jervis out. Alys Thomas also failed to make it through from her events, finishing 24th in the 100m butterfly in 59.24, 1.04secs outside her trials time.
Wales team manager Peter Ryder insists the race record for Ras yr Wyddfa (Snowdon Race) is beatable as the event continues to gain worldwide recognition. For the first time, this year’s race on July 20 will form part of the prestigious World Mountain Running Association World Cup series and means renowned... Read More
Seb Morris is hoping for a change of future and a late-season British GT Championship results boost, starting at Spa-Francorchamps this weekend. A campaign that promised so much for the 2017 British GT title winning ‘dream team’ of Morris and driving partner Rick Parfitt Jnr has instead been one of... Read More
The Welsh Sports Association - the organisation representing the governing bodies of sports in Wales - have appointed Lynn Pamment as their new independent chair. A senior partner at accountancy and audit specialists PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Pamment replaces Helen Humphrey, who is stepping down after three years, and says she wants... Read More
The Historic Sports Car Club’s inaugural race meeting at the spectacular Anglesey Circuit in North Wales last weekend delivered a fabulous weekend of racing as drivers loved the track and its coastal setting. The first Tom Pryce Memorial Meeting featured 20 races, a total entry of more than 170 cars... Read More
Llandrindod Wells pairing of Jonathan Williams/Neil James scored maximum British Sidecar Championship points after winning the annual International Welsh 2 Day Enduro. The local crew beat Daniel Lawry/Samuel Wilkinson by just four seconds, while Aled Rees/Dan Lewis from Machynlleth won the Expert sidecar class. A maximum entry of 500 motorcycles... Read More
Former Formula 1 pilot and Sky Sports F1 presenter Johnny Herbert was at Anglesey Circuit recently, testing a historic race car in preparation for the FIA Masters Historic support event at the forthcoming British Grand Prix. The three time Grand Prix race winner plans to race the Ensign N180B, which... Read More