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Tesni Evans Bids For World Championships Shock By Ending It For "The Terminator" Nouran Gohar

Tesni Evans faces the biggest task in women’s squash on Tuesday night when takes on world No.1 Nouran Gohar at the World Championships. Welsh No.1 Evans – who is seeded 13 at the tournament in Cairo – has shown good form so far in overcoming Poland’s Karina Tyma and Coline Aumard of France in reaching the last 16. But she will have to produce the form of her life to unseat Gohar in front of her home Egyptian fans at the Club S Allegria.

Lydia Hall Achieves Her 15-Year Ambition . . . After Securing US Women's Open Spot On 5th Play-Off Hole

Para Sport Star Harrison Walsh Urges Other Disabled People To Get Involved . . . As Swansea Festival Bids To Create A Legacy In Wales

Two Bad Sessions Have Cost Us . . . But We Could Have Won Four Games, Insists Glamorgan's Matthew Maynard

Matthew Maynard insists Glamorgan are still reaping the rewards of a positive approach to their County Championship campaign despite their latest defeat. The Welsh county lost by 58 runs to Durham in a match they looked well placed to win at the start of the final day. Instead, they were bowled out for just 137 with England Test hopeful Matty Potts taking 7-40, to leave Glamorgan in third place in Division Two with two wins, two defeats and two draws from their opening six matches.

To Kieffer Or Not To Kieffer . . . A Few Moore Sleepless Nights Ahead For Wales Boss Rob Page

It’s coming. D-day for Wales in their bid to make the World Cup finals. But few things are certain about this fixture, including the eventual full starting team that manager Robert Page will plump for. Daniel Parker reckons nine are nailed on, but two more will keep us guessing . . . and arguing. Sunday 5th June – it’s getting a bit close for comfort now, isn’t it? We’re less than three weeks away from Wales men’s golden opportunity to end 64 years of hurt by qualifying for a World Cup, and there remain a host of Rusmfeldian “known unknowns” in play.

Sophie Ingle Set For More Records With Wales After Chelsea's Double Delight

Sophie Ingle will celebrate her Double triumph with Chelsea by trying to break the attendance record for a Wales women’s international later this year. The Wales captain helped her club lift the Women’s FA Cup at the weekend when they overcame Manchester City 3-2 at Wembley after extra time. It followed the club’s historic third successive Women’s Super League title clinched last weekend, a Double accomplishment of which Ingle has been a key part.

Aled Davies Hailed For "Brave Move" In Decision To End His Wales Career

Box Office Wrexham Won't Be Dumped By Owners, Insists Boss Phil Parkinson

Wrexham boss Phil Parkinson insists even if his club fail to get a Hollywood ending to their promotion push, they will not be left on the cutting room floor. Parkinson has got used to cameras everywhere he goes as the manager working for A-listers and joint owners, Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney. The perfect script would be for Wrexham to win the National League title and return to the EFL after 14 years away by winning at Dagenham and Redbridge on the final day of the regular campaign.

Steve Cooper Aims For Third Time Lucky After Double Play-Off Heartbreak With Swansea City

Steve Cooper insists he and his Nottingham Forest side will not be burdened by the weight of history as they prepare to face Sheffield United in the first leg of their Sky Bet Championship play-off semi-final at Bramall Lane on Saturday. The Welshman will lead a club that has not featured in the Premier League this century, an absence keenly felt in a city steeped in the traditions of Brian Clough and his all-conquering sides that swept to back-to-back European Cup wins in 1979 and 1980. Expectations have been raised again by the club’s extraordinary rise since former Swansea City boss Cooper’s arrival at the City Ground in September, but the Pontypridd native is adamant that history must only be seen as a positive as they look to take the first steps towards a return to the game’s elite.

Patrick Swan's Song . . . I'll Keep Coming Back To Wales For Another Shot At Glory

Patrick Swan may be from Cornwall, but he is more than happy to regularly make the trip across the Severn Bridge to compete in - and for - Wales. Despite being based across the water in England’s most south-westerly county, Swan is a familiar face on the Welsh athletics circuit, competing for Swansea Harriers and pulling on the red vest of Wales. Last weekend, the big shot putter added 15cms to his personal best at the National Athletics League’s opening Premiership fixture of the summer in Cardiff.

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From Christian Malcolm To Chris Jones...A Look at the Welsh Coaches At The Tokyo Olympics

By Owen Morgan Jake Heyward and Joe Brier aren’t the only Welshmen hoping to make an impact when the athletics programme begins at the Tokyo Olympics this Friday. Swansea Harrier Brier is part of the Great Britain 4x400 squad in Japan, while Cardiff’s Heyward will be lining up in the 1500m. But there... Read More

National Coach Chris Jones Committed To Helping Welsh Athletes Prepare For Commonwealth Games Amid New British Role

Welsh Athletics national coach Chris Jones’ secondment to British Athletics is part of a UK-wide approach to developing endurance athletes. Although Jones’ daily commitment to Welsh Athletics will be reduced by 40 per cent, or two days a week, he will continue to work with athletes in their preparation for... Read More

Tim Benjamin And Darren Campbell Adding To 'Welsh' Connection At British Athletics Coaching Set-Up

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Clara Evans Gets First GB Call-Up As Fine Form Pays Off

Clara Evans has been rewarded for her fine form over the roads this year by being handed her first GB vest for the World Half Marathon Championships. The Cardiff athlete will replace Charlotte Arter in the GB team for the race in Poland on 17 October after her clubmate had... Read More

Sam Gordon Leads The Way As Welsh Athletes Get Back On Track

A small group of Welsh athletes have put their Olympic and Paralympic dreams well and truly back on track following months of improvised training routines. A selection of elite throwers and sprinters took part in a controlled outdoor session at Cardiff Metropolitan University’s outdoor track on Tuesday as the sport... Read More

Jenny Swapping Midlands For Morocco Aiming To Graduate With Honours

Jenny Nesbitt is aiming to graduate from her student athletics career with a medal at next month’s World University Cross Country Championships in Morocco. Now 25-years-old, this is the Cardiff Metropolitan University student’s last chance to represent Great Britain at university level, having competed for her country on three other... Read More
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