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Mica Swapping Ice Spikes For Studies To Take Bobsleigh Break

Mica Moore is taking a break from bobsleigh - to go back to university. The 24-year-old has enrolled in the MSc in Sport Broadcasting and Media at Cardiff Met University.

Tom: Ready, Set And Raring To Go

Welsh rally ace Tom Cave says he is ready for the biggest challenge of his season when he launches his Wales Rally GB bid on Thursday after a successful test. The 26-year old from Aberdovey was back behind the wheel in South Wales on Monday of a Hyundai i20 R5 for the first time since finishing third in the WRC2 category on the Neste Rally Finland in July last year.

Jenny Aiming To Hit Peak In Cardiff After Pyrenean Training Camp

Welsh endurance athlete Jenny Nesbitt is hoping stint spent training in the Pyrenees will help boost her performance at the Commonwealth Half Marathon Championships in Cardiff. The Worcester AC athlete has been preparing for Sunday’s race at the National Centre for Altitude Training at Font Romeau, near the border of France and Spain.

Lord's Devils Focus On Seeing Stars In Dundee

Elfyn Will Get Confidence Boost From Wales Rally GB Heroics, Says Osian

After his historic win in last year’s Wales Rally GB, Elfyn Evans will be confident of pulling off another fine home performance in this year’s race, according to Machynlleth rally driver, Osian Pryce. Pryce will not be on the start line for this year’s rally, as he saves his funds for a tilt at the global rallying circuit next season.

Barry Town Duo Nominated For Welsh Premier Awards

Marvel Matt Strikes Gold For Flynn's Newport County

Cardiff's Rugby Bragging Rights Up For Grabs

Bragging rights will be up for grabs at the Arms Park tonight (October 3) when Cardiff Met and Cardiff Univeristy go head-to-head in the BUCS Super Rugby tournament. Cardiff University couldn’t have asked for a tougher start to their first season in the top flight of student rugby. They kicked-off their Super Rugby career with a home clash with reigning champions Hartpury last week, going down 31-14, and meet last season’s runners-up in round two.

Glamorgan Have Found A Winner. . . Just . . . But Don't Blame Young Players For Failures Elsewhere

The summer is over and Glamorgan are left to reflect on the third worst season in the county’s history. Alun Rhys Chivers says the county’s awards night just about merited a winner, but lessons of the past must be learned if more embarrassment is to be avoided in the future. Awards dinners held by Glamorgan County Cricket Club in Cardiff and the St. Helen’s Balconiers in Swansea signify the end of the cricket season; occasions to reflect, as well as to celebrate and reward those who have excelled with willow and leather on the field. While there has been little to celebrate this season in terms of team performances, the St. Helen’s Balconiers Awards on October 1 offered an opportunity to mark, amongst other things, 25 years since Glamorgan’s triumph in winning the Sunday League title, one of the county’s major achievements in its 130-year history.

Rosie Edwards Is Ready For Wales After Long American Road Trip

US-based athlete Rosie Edwards is raring go in the red of Wales as she makes her international debut at Sunday’s inaugural Commonwealth Half Marathon Championships in Cardiff. Edwards, who spent part of her formative years in Llanelli, has been based on the other side of The Pond since heading to university in Indianapolis eight years ago. But she is thrilled at the prospect of joining up with the rest of the Welsh team on the streets of the capital, particularly after her season was threatened by serious injury.

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