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.
Cardiff sprinter Sam Gordon produced the fastest Welsh 100m time in history on day two of the Welsh Athletics Championships. In the last event of the day, Gordon blasted to a wind-assisted time of 10.08 seconds to claim the Welsh title. Unfortunately, the following wind means that the time won't... Read More
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Taekwondo has been one of the great success stories of Welsh sport in recent years thanks to Jade Jones sensationally winning Olympic gold in London 2012, then retaining the title at Rio 2016. Now, another Wales star is set to join the Flint fighter on the global stage when Lauren... Read More
Jade Jones sharpened up ahead of her bid for a first World tile in Manchester next month with victory at the Sofia Open in Bulgaria. Wales' double Olympic and European Champion dominated the -57kg category just days after an intense international training camp at the National Taekwondo Centre ahead of... Read More