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.
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Ellie Coster blasted her way to the 500m time trial crown at the UK National Championships. The Newport sprinter took gold in Manchester to add to the silver she won in the keirin event on Saturday. Coster, who turns 23 on Thursday, clocked a time of 35.311 secs in the... Read More
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