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.
By Owen Morgan Cardiff's Sarah Omoregie says she is determined to make her team and family proud in the European Athletics Under-20 Championships shot put final on Sunday. Omoregie made it a hat-trick of Welsh athletes through to the finals on the last day of the championships as she joined steeplechaser Remi... Read More
Jeremiah Azu lived up to his billing as the continent's fastest teenager by cruising into Friday’s 100m final at the European Athletics Under-20 Championships in Sweden. The Cardiff Athletics sprinter is the fastest qualifier for the 100m final, which takes place just before 7.20 tomorrow evening. Azu eased to victory in heat... Read More
The continent’s fastest teenager launches his bid to lift the 100m European Under-20 title in Sweden this Thursday lunchtime. Cardiff’s Jeremiah Azu will line-up in heat five of the 100m qualifiers just before noon in Boras. Having slashed more than a third of a second off his personal best this season, the... Read More
Max Boyce had better get his pen out and write a new sporting song because the Welsh outside half factory is being replaced by an international cycling production line. While the nation waits to see if Geraint Thomas can make it back-to-back Tour de France titles, the signs are that his... Read More
Mid-Court Player Bethan Happy To Be Back In The Netball Green Of Celtic Dragons And The Red Of Wales
Bethan Dyke announced her return to full fitness by playing a full part in the Welsh Netball Summer Test Series. Wales fought out six games in seven days, winning four, with the mid-court player standing tall at wing-attack or centre. Former Cardiff Met University student Bethan, originally from Bridgend, was out injured... Read More
Welsh squash ace Joel Makin is eyeing up a place among the World top eight players. Pembrokeshire-born Makin goes into the 2019-20 season at number 13 and earned a confidence-boosting win against Egyptian Mohamed ElShorbagy, the former World number one. “I have shown I can beat guys in the top 10,” says... Read More