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.
Rugby World Cup
Wales may be thriving at international level, but below that the situation is far from satisfactory and in the case of the Premiership it has even descended into farce. It can't be right, for example, that Pontypool are unable to secure promotion to the Premiership though they have won 65... Read More
While Ellis Jenkins waits to see a surgeon in London next week to discuss what happens to his injured knee, Cardiff Blues coach John Mulvihill is backing his skipper to be back in time to go to the World Cup next year. The Blues have admitted that Jenkins suffered “a... Read More
Gareth Davies will run through his own showreel before he returns to Twickenham on Saturday – just to remind himself how good it feels to beat England. The Wales scrum-half will allow himself an indulgent re-run of his match-turning moment against the old enemy during the 2015 World Cup. The... Read More
Wales head coach Warren Gatland is 'pretty happy' with the draw his side have been handed for the 2019 Rugby World Cup being held in Japan. Wales face a considerably kinder draw in the 2019 Rugby World Cup than what they received for the 2015 tournament, with Australia and Georgia... Read More