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Lynn The Leap . . . Still Keeping The Welsh Fame Flame Burning

The Welsh Sports Hall of Fame will induct new faces into their number tonight (Wed) at their annual dinner in Cardiff. Lynn Davies – one of the originals - tells Graham Thomas why this particular honours system is worth the effort. When Lynn Davies jumped into history in 1964 he did more than simply become the first Welsh athlete to win an individual Olympic gold medal. Lynn the Leap – a nickname he was famously given then and is still stopped in the street by now – also provided the perfect illustration of why a sporting nation should honour its heroes.

James Tomlinson Is Throwing His Talent All Over Europe

Pembrokeshire discus thrower James Tomlinson is racking up the Great Britain vests at a rare rate of knots. Having been named yesterday morning in the GB squad for the European Under-20 Championships in Sweden, Tomlinson was named in a second GB team later in the day. The 19-year-old was named in a 20-strong GB squad heading to the Mannheim Gala in Germany this weekend.

Evan Hoyt Talks Wimbledon, Wildcards, And Learning The Winning Habit

As he prepares for his senior debut at Wimbledon, Evan Hoyt tells Owen Morgan how his doubles campaign can help fuel his ambition for continuing the climb up the world rankings. Still reeling from defeat in the biggest singles match of his senior career, Welsh tennis number one Evan Hoyt received the perfect phone call to raise his spirits. The 24-year-old had lost in the first round of men’s singles qualifying for Wimbledon - his dream of playing in the main draw at the world’s most prestigious tennis tournament apparently on hold until next year.

Skipper Leah Wilkinson's Late Strike Just Not Enough For Wales Women In Spain

Wales  1 Belarus 2 Wales finished sixth after losing their final game of the FIH Series Finals in Valencia. Skipper Leah Wilkinson netted with around 90 seconds left from a penalty corner with her fourth goal of the tournament.

The Citizens Stay In Tier Two, While Newly Formed Club Bangor 1876 Playing Gwynedd League Football

Martyrs' Teenage Goalkeeper Lewis Signs For Swansea

Triathlon Star Helen Aiming To Join Ranks Of The Supermums

Coming back from serious spinal surgery and attempting to regain your place among the elite of world sport is a difficult enough prospect. Doing so having just become a mum for the second time, and combining training with the demands of looking after two children aged under two, makes it even more daunting. Yet, that is exactly what Helen Jenkins, Wales' most successful triathlete, is attempting to do as she looks to win back her spot in the British team for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.

'Sparky' Heads To North Wales From Cardiff City And Joins National League Wrexham On Season-Long Loan

Just Knockout! Fantastic Ffion Floors Rivals To Win Henry Cooper Junior Masters Golf

Ffion Tynan led the way as Wales golfers took three of the top four places at the Henry Cooper Junior Masters Girls in Nizels golf club in Kent. The Pontyclun schoolgirl underlined her status as one of Wales' top young golfers as she took a five shot lead into the final round and sensible golf saw her preserve that lead, with a competitive race behind her for second.

Home Town Boy Kayne Strides Into Europe - 20 Years After Climbing Jenner Park Fence To Watch Barry Town

Sports Personality of the Year

And The Winner Is . . . Mr and Mrs Thomas Of Cardiff

For the second year in a row it was the parents of the main prize winner who stole the show as Howell Thomas and Hilary Thomas stepped in for their son Geraint to carry off the BBC Wales Sports Personality of the Year award. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas were at the... Read More