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Volunteers Set The Culture And The Tone Of The Organisation . . . Allowing Run 4 Wales To Go From Strength To Strength

Drinking Has Long Been A Part Of The Culture Within Rugby . . . Has The Sport Got An Unhealthy Relationship With Alcohol?

Rhys Jones Already Had His Gold Medal Moment As He Relishes Prospect Of Commonwealth Games Hat-Trick

Rhys Jones has described being selected for a third Commonwealth Games as his “gold medal moment”. Anything else he achieves on the Alexander Stadium track in Birmingham this summer will be a bonus, says the para sprinter.

Adam Beard Insists Alun Wyn Jones Is "The Ultimate Professional . . . As Wales Face Daunting South African Test

Gareth Bale Excites Cardiff Fans With Vale Visit . . . As Agent Stresses His Next Move Is Not About Money

So, Farewell Ryan Giggs . . . A Deeply Flawed Character In Thrall To A False Sense Of His Own Indestructability

So, the Ryan Giggs Wales era has officially ended. It was an announcement which almost certainly represents a full-stop conclusion to the strained 30-year association between the Cardiffian and his national football team. The word “officially” is important here: in both practical and emotional terms Robert Page is already Wales manager.

Gareth Bale Backs FAW Pledge To Put World Cup Profit Into Better Pitches

Profits made from Wales qualifying for the World Cup – expected to be around £4m - will go into improving grassroots facilities, the Football Association of Wales have pledged. The overall commercial revenue from Wales reaching their first finals of the tournament for 64 years could be at least £10m, it has been estimated. But the guaranteed part of that income – which comes from the FIFA prize money pot – will go straight into benefitting the game at lower levels.

"I Saw Kids In Bucket Hats Singing Yma O Hyd, Driving Their Parents Mad" Says Wales Boss Rob Page

Special K- New recruit Keira aims to be serial thriller after joining GB squad

Glamorgan Are Back In The Hunt For T20 Blast Knockouts . . . As Sam Northeast And David Lloyd Put On Record Partnership

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Olympic Medlalist Vicky Thornley Retires From Rowing After Successful Career

By Hannah Blackwell Olympic silver medalist Vicky Thornley has insisted she is retiring from rowing with no regrets. The Welsh rower has opted to call it a day but says she will leave the sport fulfilled with a raft of honours and a lifetime of experiences along the way. Thornley represented Team GB... Read More

Bronze For Welsh Pair In GB Eight, Heartbreak For Vicky Thornley . . . Then Outrage And Anger From Wales' Josh Bugajski

Welsh rowers Oliver Wynne-Griffith and Josh Bugajski took a bronze medal in the men’s eight but there was another GB rowing near miss for Vicky Thornley in Tokyo – before Bugajski launched a furious attack on the sport’s former head coach. Wynne-Griffith and Bugajski were part of the men’s eight... Read More

Vicky Thornley Vows To Go All Out To Break The Trend Of Medal Near Misses For Team GB

Vicky Thornley is on course for a shot at another Olympic medal and is desperate to break the sequence of agonizing fourth place finishes for Team GB. The Welsh rower became just the third British female single sculler to reach an Olympic final – and the first for 25 years... Read More

Vicky Thornley And Ben Pritchard Happy With Tokyo Progress After Silver Service In Italy

Welsh rowing pair Vicky Thornley and Ben Pritchard have returned from the European Rowing Championships with silver medals. The pair both finished runner-up in their respective finals at the European Rowing Championships in Varese, Italy, as they returned to competitive action. Thornley took silver in the women’s single sculls, while... Read More

Olympic Rower Vicky Thornley Vows To Ride Again . . . At Home

Vicky Thornley has vowed to keep fit on her static bike at home after the road crash in which she suffered a broken elbow. The Welsh rower was hurt in an accident while out cycling last week and needed surgery on her right arm. Thornley, who is preparing for her... Read More

Ben Pritchard Admits He'd Have Sunk Rowing . . . If Not For The Rival He's Now Beating

Ben Pritchard has paid tribute to his Great Britain rival Andy Houghton after beating him to a bronze medal at the second World Rowing Cup regatta in Poland. The Welsh para-rower finished third in Poznan – one place ahead of Houghton in the PR1 single - to continue his rapid... Read More
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